Next Macon Stands for Life Chapter Meeting is Monday March 16th, 2020 and will be held in Gray, Georgia
Please join us on Monday, March 16th, from 6:00-7:30pm in Gray for Dinner & Discussion at our President’s, Joan Child, home. This will be a great time to visit with fellow pro-lifers, enjoy great (free) food, and join in on lively conversations centered on Pro-Life topics. We want to share our vision and catch yours for Middle Georgia and the pro-life cause.
Chapter Meeting:Dinner & Discussion
Date: Monday, March 16th, 2020
Place: Joan Child’s Home (Please email her for directions)
Click here for more information and to sign up.
Volunteers MUST complete a background check by January 31st and attend one of two training meetings. Those dates will be shared with you once you register to volunteer.
Pillars of Personhood coming to Middle Georgia January 18th, 2002
Pillars of Personhood is Georgia Right to Life’s premier pro-life training program that educates people on topics including the sanctity of human life, how to defend the pro-life position, and how to go out into the community to engage others on the issues. These pillars include: Bioethics, Theology, Education, Legislation, Political Action, and Philosophy. This is a FREE community event and we strongly encourage you to invite your Sunday School classes, family, bring your teen students, and others to this wonderful educational opportunity. Free lunch is provided, please let us know you plan on attending at MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com or by signing up here by the 17th for the free lunch.
Please sign up by clicking here or emailing MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com
Date: Saturday, January 18th, 2020
Time: 10:00am-4:00pm Free Lunch is provided (Please RSVP for the lunch by the 17th)
Place: First Presbyterian Church -Macon, PCA
Address: 682 Mulberry Street | Macon, GA 31201
Room: Educational Building in the Covenant Class Room
Email: April Fry at email@example.com or Jennifer at MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com
Please register for free via Facebook or Eventbright for this free training event and lunch by Friday the 17th to ensure the free lunch.
What is Personhood?
Personhood is the cultural and legal recognition of the equal and inalienable rights of human beings. When the term “person” is applied to a particular class of human beings, it is an affirmation of their individual rights. In other words, to be a person is to be protected by a series of God-given and constitutionally affirmed rights such as life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
When Personhood is implemented it acts to end abortion, doctor prescribed suicide, human embryonic stem cell research, cloning, euthanasia, sex trafficking, and other assaults on the sanctity of human life.
Please email us today to sign up for the next Pillars of Personhood training at: MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com.
The Pillars of Personhood: Theology, Bioethics, Education, Legislation, Political Action, & Philosophy
Come take a stand for life on Friday, January 24th, 2020
City Hall & Rosa Parks Square in Downtown Macon
12:00 Noon to 1:00pm
Middle Georgia’s 2020 March for Life will be held in Macon on Friday, January 24th in downtown Macon at Rosa Parks Square (across from City Hall) from 12:00pm-1:00pm. This event in graciously sponsored by The Kolbe Center in Macon. The Keynote speaker will be Senior Pastor Chip Miller from First Presbyterian Church, PCA. And the Mount de Sales Academy choir will be preforming and also leading the attendees in a hymn. This is a family friendly, peaceful, prayerful event where we remember the lives of those lost in abortion and we seek the face of God for mercy and forgiveness for our land followed by a silent prayer march throughout downtown Macon.
Please bring the whole family, ask now for time off from work to be able to attend this important community event, and invite friends, neighbors, Church members, and more!
For Questions please email Ann Beall at firstname.lastname@example.org or our Macon Stand for Life team at MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com.
NOTE: This is a kid friendly event.
FREE PARKING AT: St. Joseph’s Catholic Church across from Rosa Parks Square next to City Hall, First Presbyterian Church (yellow parking spaces are available for use on Friday the 24th), and the Kolbe Center on Walnut Street.