The Helpers of God's Precious Infants are a group of people committed to maintaining a loving and prayerful presence outside of the abortion mills, where God's children are put to death. We unite ourselves with these victims in solidarity with their pain, as they are put to death at this modern day Calvary. We pray in reparation for the injustice being performed on their tiny bodies. Just as Mary and John lovingly stood and prayed beneath Jesus' Cross as he died, we wish to remain with these children in the hour that they we crucified.
A life-affirming women’s organisation which offers a free pregnancy test, free advice, medical information, practical help and moral support to women seeking abortion. We reach out to women seeking abortion who have not been informed about the risks to their physical and psychological health and who have not been presented with realistic alternatives to abortion. We deal with the hardest cases of crisis pregnancy every day.
Healing the trauma of abortion, one weekend at a time.
Rachel’s vineyard is a safe place to renew and rebuild your life after experiencing the trauma of abortion. The healing weekends offer you a supportive, confidential and non-judgemental environment where women and men can deal with painful post-abortive emotions.
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MARCH FOR LIFE UK
The event is a pro-life festival that consists of live music, family fun activities, educational stalls, Christian prayer and inspiring speakers. The highlight of the day is a joyous march through the heart of Birmingham city centre proclaiming our central message of “Life from Conception, No Exception.”
Throughout the year our educational talks and media content seek to raise awareness of the hurt and damage that abortion causes and to direct people towards the different pro-life organisations around the UK. In doing this we encourage more people to be actively involved in creating a culture of life.
40 Days for Life is a community-based campaign that takes a determined, peaceful approach to showing local communities the consequences of abortion in their own neighborhoods, for their own friends and families. It puts into action a desire to cooperate with God in the carrying out of His plan for the end of abortion. It draws attention to the evil of abortion through the use of a three-point program:
Prayer and fasting, Constant vigil, Community outreach
ARCH (Abortion Recovery Care & Helpline) is an organization which offers help for women, men and families to restore their lives and relationships after an abortion experience. We are committed to exposing the truth of abortion’s tragedy in our community that women deserve better than abortion.
We offer: Support to those struggling in the aftermath of a personal abortion experience. Free, confidential, one-to-one counselling, telephone counseling
Where possible support group counseling
Working with and referring clients to other professionals when appropriate. Our work also involves broad based awareness campaigns to promote a greater understanding of Post Abortion Trauma (PAT).
CARE OF GIRLS IN DIFFICULT SITUATIONS: This includes: Pregnant and unmarried teenage girls and their babies, Street and abused girls.
We work with girls who come to us in London and other areas and who are pregnant and have no-one to help them. Hardship and abusive behavior have continuously led many young girls into this traumatic situation. These girls are driven out of their families and made to be homeless. In effect, they and their babies are exposed to health dangers. Through our pro-life apostolate, we safeguard the life of the unborn child and protect the health of the mother. Contact Sister Chinedum 07455 441235
The Court of Appeal has granted permission to hear the challenge against Ealing Council in respect of its Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) which criminalised prayer and support outside an abortion clinic on Mattock Lane. Alina, who was supported outside an abortion centre and is bringing the legal challenge, said:
“I am delighted that Court of Appeal will be reconsidering the very disappointing decision of the High Court. My little girl is here today because of the real practical and emotional support that I was given by a group outside a Marie Stopes centre, and I am continuing with this appeal to ensure that women in Ealing and all across the country do not have this vital support option removed..