WAYNE – Prayer chains will be forming in community across the nation in remembrance and hope for the millions of aborted babies, especially since 1973.
According to a release from the Wayne Area Right to Life organization, Life Chain Sunday will be on October 3 from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. The group will plan on meeting at the northeast corner of 7th & Main (Hwy 15/Hwy 35) at the old drive-in bank in Wayne.
The first Sunday in October will mark the 25th annual Life Chain in Wayne.
The National Life Chain started in 1987 in Yorba, California, according to LifeChain.org by a small pro-life ministry called ‘Please Let Me Life’.
As a most contentious topic, with many heated debates for and against, the issue of abortion has not been resolved despite SCOTUS’ Roe V. Wade decision.
The Wayne Area Right to Life organization, along with several area churches, have chosen to join in prayer for their community’s guidance in leading them to greater virtue in their decisions regarding pregnancy, pre-natal care and childbirth.
Plan on joining Wayne Area Right to Life, Wild for Life (WSC), FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students), CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) and various Wayne churches on Sunday, October 3 from 2:30-3:30 in the northeast corner of seventh and Main.