March for Life May 5th

Apr 10, 2018 by

Life from Conception – No Exception!

Main event 5th May, Parliament Square, London

Preceded by:

Pro-Life Workshops

This year we are delighted to add to our programme a range of fantastic workshops from some of the best pro-life speakers in the business. Make sure you get there early so that you don’t miss out because we guarantee that you will be inspired, equipped and motivated to become pro-actively pro-life after.

Live Music

In our main room this year we will have loads of amazing live music from many different singers and bands that will raise your spirits and prepare you to joyfully go out to witness to the sanctity of LIFE.

Pro-Life Exhibition

There are many pro-life organisations working tirelessly to create a culture of life in the U.K. Make sure you visit all the stands to find out more about what they are doing and if there is a way in which you can support them.

Pray To End Abortion

There is a strong spiritual element to March for Life and throughout the day there are many ways in which you can prayerfully participate. Please click the link to find out times of masses, religious services and other ways in which you can pray.

This Year’s Guest Speakers

This year we have an all UK line up of speakers who are truly inspiring, including, ex abortion industry workers, politicians, religious leaders, moving testimonies of  how abortion has effected their lives and more.

See website with full details here

See below for more on abortion issues, including responses to Ealing Council’s ban on prayerful protest and counselling outside abortion clinics:

Mothers file High Court challenge to censorship zone which criminalises prayer, from Be Here For Me

Should pro-life campaigners really be banned from protesting outside abortion clinics? By Anne Atkins, MailOnline

Please don’t ban pro-life vigils – they saved my baby’s life, by Abby Smith, Catholic Herald


How 40 Days for Life fought and won against a Council wanting to ban pro-life witness, by John Edwards, LifeSite

Petition from SPUC: STOP attack on peaceful free expression

Anti-abortion campaigner: “we will continue to hold vigils”, from BBC

Abortion clinic safe zone imposed by Ealing Council, from BBC News

Ealing abortion buffer zone bad for democracy and bad for women, from SPUC

Anti-prayer ‘safe zones’ around abortion clinics are a threat to civil liberties, by Archbishop Cranmer

Pro-Life prayer vigils banned from outside abortion clinic in landmark decision, by Harry Farley, Christian Today

Ealing Council will harm vulnerable women with their draconian prayer ban, by Elizabeth Howard, Christian Today

Hundreds of nurses revolt against planned abortion expansion, by Dorothy Cummins McClea, LifeSite



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