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Take a stand for life!

From March 5 - April 13, 40 Days for Life ... a peaceful, prayerful, effective, coordinated international mobilization ... takes place in our community. We pray that, with God's help, this will mark the beginning of the end of abortion in our city -- and beyond.

Sign up for our peaceful prayer vigil by clicking here: vigil schedule.


Women's Hospital
4500 Oak Street
Vancouver, British Columbia

Vigil is at the corner of 29th Avenue and Heather Street.

Contact us
To learn more, or let us know you feel called to serve God in this effort, please contact the local 40 Days for Life leadership team:

Carmela Cruz
Campaign Director

Catherine Ching
Vigil Coordinator

Campaign events

  • Kickoff events
    Tuesday, March 4 from 6:30 - 9 pm
    Precious Blood Parish
    17475 59th Avenue
    Surrey, BC
    (Includes Mass, evening prayer, rReception and prayer vigil)
  • Midpoint rally
    Sunday, March 23 from 2-3 pm
    Location to be determined
  • Closing hour
    Sunday, April 13 from 11 pm to midnight
    At the prayer vigil site

Get the latest updates

For additional campaign information, please see Facebook and Twitter.

Be sure to sign-up for updates and prayer requests using the form at the top right of this page to find out how YOU can help make a lifesaving impact as part of our local 40 Days for Life campaign.

Support this local effort

Want to help financially assist our local 40 Days for Life effort? Get in touch with us through the contact information listed above to find out how you can help to make a difference right here in our community.

Learn more about the international 40 Days for Life campaign.

• Prayer and fasting:

Christ told us that some demons can only be driven out by prayer and fasting. The two go hand in hand.
• Peaceful vigil:

40 Days for Life's most visible aspect is a peaceful prayer vigil outside an abortion facility.
• Community outreach:

During 40 Days for Life, the message is proactively taken to the community through focused efforts.

• 600,000 participants
• 16,500 churches
• 2,786 total campaigns
• 522 cities
• 21 countries
• 8,245 lives saved
• 88 workers quit
• 45 clinics closed