Be a voice for the unborn child at a LIFE CHAIN on Saturday 24th October
Last year on 21st October, pro-abortion MLAs in our Assembly allowed the Westminster Parliament to force abortion on Northern Ireland. The legislation contained in Section 9 of the NI (Executive Formation) Act legalised abortion up to the 7th month of pregnancy, and in certain circumstances, even up to birth! This is one of the most cruel and horrific abortion regimes in the world, going beyond even Britain’s atrocious 1967 Abortion Act or the abortion legislation enacted in the Republic of Ireland.
Now one year later, 664 little babies have been killed by abortion in Northern Ireland. At this critical time, thousands more voiceless and defenceless future unborn babies in Northern Ireland urgently need you to be their voice. If we don’t speak up for them - then who will? Please join us and be a voice for the voiceless at our Annual March for Their Lives.
Due to Government Covid-19 restrictions on outdoor gatherings, this year’s event will take the form of ”LIFE CHAINS” - on Saturday 24th October 2020 at 2pm. Banners and Placards will be provided.
CONTACT US FOR THE LOCATION OF A LIFE CHAIN IN YOUR AREA
Email email@example.com or call us on 028 9027 8484
The pro-life majority of Northern Ireland must rise up NOW and demand that our Assembly REPEAL SECTION 9 and RESTORE PERSONHOOD for Northern Ireland’s unborn babies.
Please join one of our LIFE CHAINS on Saturday 24th October 2020 to:
- Show our politicians that abortion is NOT IN OUR NAME and never will be !
- Demand that the Stormont Government repeal Section 9
- Show your support for women experiencing unexpected pregnancies and show that we can and will offer them a better answer than abortion
- Show the world that we stand up for life and against the killing of unborn babies
The MARCH FOR THEIR LIVES needs YOUR help:
Contact us if you would like to help in any way. Could you hand out leaflets; put up posters; promote the events; help out on the day; or financially support us? Please get in touch: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 028 9027 8484