High Springs Friday, January 22nd at 9 am – Mass for Life at Our Lady of La Leche at St. Madeline Parrish (17155 NW US Hwy 441). Mass will be followed by a Holy Hour. The Parrish will also be displaying 43 white crosses for each of the 43 yeas that abortion has been legal in the United States.
Macclenny Wednesday, January 20th at 8:00 am – Sanctity of Human Life Prayer Breakfast at Christian Fellowship Temple (251 W. Ohio Avenue). Sponsored by First Coast Women’s Services, the prayer breakfast is to acknowledge and pray for the Sanctity of Human Life. Complimentary breakfast will be served at 7:30 am. Please RVSP by contacting Dana Lane at (904) 259-2585.
Inverness Friday, January 22nd at 12:00 noon – Roe vs. Wade Memorial Service at the Old Citrus County Courthouse (1 Courthouse Square). For questions, you can go to the Citrus County Right to Life Facebook page.
Middleburg Tuesday, January 19th at 8:00 am – Sanctity of Human Life Prayer Breakfast at The Salvation Army Corp Center (2795 County Road 220). Sponsored by First Coast Women’s Services, the prayer breakfast is to acknowledge and pray for the Sanctity of Human Life. Complimentary breakfast will be served at 7:30 am. Please RVSP by contacting Cheryl Gonzales at (904) 213-9374.
Orange Park Friday, January 22nd at 7 pm – Mass for Life at St. Catherine’s Catholic Church (1649 Kingsley Avenue). Please join us for the offering of Holy Mass in reparation for 42 years and more than 52 million deaths by surgical abortion since the 1973 Supreme Court decisions legalizing abortion in the U.S. We will pray to the God of mercy for healing for all women and families touched by this painful reality and for a restoration of a civilization of love, where the dignity of the human person is affirmed and protected. If you have questions, please call Mary at (904) 264-1904.
Jacksonville Beach Thursday, January 21st at 8:00 am – Sanctity of Human Life Prayer Breakfast at Beach Church (325 7th Avenue North). Sponsored by First Coast Women’s Services, the prayer breakfast is to acknowledge and pray for the Sanctity of Human Life. Complimentary breakfast will be served at 7:30 am. Please RSVP by contacting Cathy Fox at (904) 246-7378.
Jacksonville Friday, January 22nd at 12 noon – March for Life Jacksonville at the U.S. Federal Court House (300 N Hogan Street) March for Life Jacksonville is peaceful march around the courthouse. Signs will be provided, but feel free to bring your own as well. Bishop Felipe Estevez and Mary Houston with Silent No More will speak after the march. This is a peaceful protest of the 55 million babies killed and mothers hurt by the Roe vs. Wade decision to legalize abortion. For questions or more information, contact Tom Masters at (904) 318-3517.
Jacksonville Thursday, January 28th at 8:00 am – Sanctity of Human Life Prayer Breakfast at Christian Family Chapel (10365 Old St. Augustine Road). Sponsored by First Coast Women’s Services, the prayer breakfast is to acknowledge and pray for the Sanctity of Human Life. Complimentary breakfast will be served at 7:30 am. Please RSVP by contacting Cathy Perry at (904) 262-6300.
Pensacola Friday, January 22nd at 6:30 pm – Mass for Life: Roe vs. Wade Anniversary at Little Flower Catholic Church (6495 Lillian Highway). The Mass for Life will remember the 1973 Roe vs. Wade court decision that legalized abortion in the United States. There will be prayer for those who have been hurt by abortion and for respect for all life. A reception will follow in the Parish Hall with pro-life literature. For questions or more information, please contact Jeremy or Trish Bosso at 850-430-4202.
Pensacola Friday, January 22nd at 7:00 pm – Respect Life Holy Hour at St. Paul Parrish (3131 Hyde Park Road). Come and participate in this Holy Hour of prayer on the 53rd anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. We will also be collecting donations for the Alpha Pregnancy Center to help mothers and children in need. For more information, contact Jim Havens at [email protected].
Tampa Friday, January 22nd at 5:00 pm – Adoration for Life at St. Paul Catholic Church (12708 N Dale Mabry Hwy). All are invited to join us in song, Scripture and prayer as we pray for the sanctity of all human life in all its stages, from conception to death/eternal life. Each hour will be dedicated to a different stage of life, the Rosary or Divine Mercy Chaplet will also be prayed at each hour. 5pm Conception/Infancy- Joyful Mysteries, 6pm Teenage/Youth- Luminous Mysteries, 7pm Adulthood- Divine Mercy Chaplet, 8pm Old Age/Death- Sorrowful Mysteries, 9pm Eternal Life- Glorious Mysteries. Silent Eucharistic Adoration will conclude each hour. Please join us as we pray for life! For more information, please contact Shawn and Jackie at [email protected]
Tampa Sunday, January 31st at 8:00 am – Revival for Life at Life Springs Baptist Church (912 E Fairbanks Street). Pastor Arnold M. Culbreath, a founding member of the National Black ProLife Coalition, will be speaking. If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Pastor Bobby Patton at (813) 810-4996.
Indian River County
Vero Beach Sunday, January 17th at 2:00 pm – Indian River County’s 10th Annual Life-Chain on Route 60 (between 20th and 31st Avenues). This one-hour silent prayer event will mark the 43rd anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. Some signs will be available along the route.
Eustis Sunday, January 17th at 3:00 pm – Sanctity of Human Life Service at Ferran Park (250 Ferran Park Drive). This event is a memorial and Celebration of Life balloon launch.
Lady Lake Friday, January 22nd at 11:00 am – Mass of the Holy Innocence and Prayer Rally at St. Timothy Catholic Church (1351 Paige Place). The prayer rally will take place from 12 noon – 1:00 pm. For more information, please call Barbara Stewart at (352) 753-6376
Fort Myers Saturday, January 23nd at 9:15 am – Right to Life Prayer Walk at the Fort Myers Women’s Health Center, Inc., located at Winkler Ave and Broadway Blvd just north of the Edison Mall. Directions: N on 41 to Winkler Ave, make right turn to 3900 Broadway Blvd, Bldg C. Parking is readily available in the mall parking lot.
Tallahassee Friday, January 22nd at 10:00 am – Roe vs. Wade Anniversary Prayer Siege at the Florida Supreme Court (500 S Duval Street) This is a one hour gathering to pray for the end of abortion on the 43rd anniversary of Roe vs. Wade.
Miami Sunday, January 24th at 5:00 pm – Sanctity of Human Life Celebration at Riverside Baptist Church (10775 SW 104 Street). For more information, please contact Marylou Hendry at [email protected].
Orlando Friday, January 22nd at 9:30 am – Central Florida Memorial, Remembrance & Prayer at Planned Parenthood (726 S. Tampa Avenue).
Orlando Friday, January 22nd at 11:30 am – A Time of Public Witness & Prayer at City Hall (400 S Orange Avenue)
Orlando Saturday, January 30th at 1:00 pm – Central Florida Celebration of Life at First Baptist Church of Orlando’s Campus Student Center (3000 S. John Young Parkway). The Second Annual Central Florida Celebration of Life will educate and motivate all those who attend with a time of meaningful worship followed by powerful speakers and informative breakout sessions on a wide-range of pro-life topics. For questions or more information contact Laurey Nelson at (407) 514-4354.
Palm Beach County
West Palm Beach Friday, January 22 at 11 am – Rosary & Prayer on Anniversary of Roe vs. Wade at the Old Courthouse (Corner of 3rd and North Dixie). Come to the Old Courthouse and unite for prayer for the protection of the unborn child. Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of Palm Beach, will speak at the event. Free bus transportation is available from various locations. To ride the bus or if you have questions, contact Don Kazimir at (561) 360-3330 (mornings are preferred).
Winter Haven Friday, February 5th at 6 pm – Polk County Sanctity of Life Celebration at Faith Baptist Church of Winter Haven (2140 Crystal Beach Road). The Polk County Sanctity of Life Celebration will educate and motivate all those who attend with worship followed by powerful speakers and informative breakout sessions on a wide-range of pro-life topics. Speakers include: Attorney David Gibbs III, Senator Kelli Stargel, Dr. Peter Alvarez, and others! A free dinner is provided prior to the start of the event. Participants MUST register at:http://polkcountyforlife.com/celebrate-life-2015/
Sarasota Friday, January 15th at 8:30 am – 18th Annual Mass and Prayer Walk at St. Martha Catholic Church (200 N. Orange Avenue). Bishop Frank Dewane will conduct a Mass for life at 8:30am and then lead a walk circling Planned Parenthood. Buses will shuttle people between St. Martha’s and the Planned Parenthood facility, which is the regional headquarters for 22 Florida counties. Shuttles will be running continuously so you can stay at the Planned Parenthood location for as long (or as short) as you want. The last bus will leave Planned Parenthood at 1:30pm. The church meeting hall will serve refreshments and sandwiches and various pro-life groups will display information. If you wish to help or have questions, call Jeanne Berdeaux at (941) 441-1101.
St. Johns County
St. Augustine Saturday, January 16th at 10 am – 10th Annual March for Life St. Augustine at the Chapel of Our Lady Leche at the Mission Nombre de Dios (101 San Marco Avenue). The march will begin at the Mission Nombre de Dios and end at the downtown gazebo at Plaza de la Constitucion (1 Cathedral Street). This event will feature live music and info booths, a peaceful procession, and speakers including Leah Darrow of Reclaiming Truth, Beauty, and Love, Bishop Felipe Estevez of the St. Augustine Diocese, and Pastor Andy Hirko of Good News Church. Please bring a pack of diapers for Pregnancy Care Centers! For more information or if you have questions, call May Oliver at (904) 674-4412.
St. Lucie County
Ft. Pierce Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 11:30 am – March for Life Treasure Coast. There will be a peaceful March (less than 1 mile) from the only abortion clinic on the Treasure Coast, “A Woman’s World Medical Center” (503 S. 12th Street) to Fort Pierce City Hall (100 N. US1). Participants are encouraged to bring signs that proclaim the sanctity of human life. Churches and/or groups are encouraged to bring signs mentioning their organization. A limited number of loaner signs will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. (Rides back from City Hall will be provided after the event. If you cannot participate in the march, you can park in the City Hall parking garage and join the event at City Hall.)