Sanctity of Life Sunday
In recent years, abortion has been in the center of much discussion in our country. While we rejoice at the overall number of abortions dropping year over year, we still recognize the awful tragedy that, on average, the lives of approximately 98 precious babies are ended every hour!
2021 has continued to be a particularly difficult year in many ways. And the abortion industry nationwide has stepped up its efforts of promoting a culture of death by offering abortion as the “smart answer” to an unplanned pregnancy during an uncertain time.
One of the best ways to stand against this evil is to come together and openly state “We support and defend the Sanctity of Human Life.”
In 1984, President Ronal Reagan issued a presidential proclamation designating the third Sunday of January as National Sanctity of Human Life Day. We are continuing that tradition by setting this day aside – January 23, 2022 – as a day to pray for the end of the tragedy of abortion, ask for God’s mercy on our country for this heinous sin, and proclaim loudly that all lives are created in the image of God and should be treated as such.
Please join us on Sunday, January 23, as we declare the sanctity of all human lives and stand together to protect the lives of each and every unborn baby.
The Lord called me from the womb,
from the body of my mother he named my name.