From March 1 to April 9, our community will take part in 40 Days for Life … a groundbreaking, coordinated international mobilization. We pray that, with God’s help, this will mark the beginning of the end of abortion in our city — and beyond.
Public right-of-way outside
8 South Wayne Street
West Chester, Pennsylvania
On Tuesday mornings, between 8 AM to 12 Noon, there may be people in front of Planned Parenthood, who are not affiliated with our 40 Days Campaign and have not signed the Statement of Peace.
Chester County Pro-life Coalition is the local pro-life group. If you would like to receive their free quarterly newsletter via e-mail send you e-mail address to
PARKING LOT INSTRUCTIONS
New Court House/JusticeCenter 220 W. Market St. West Chester
There are 86 spaces on the second floor for general public use with a pay station located near the elevator. Fee is $1 per hour between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday. Cash (bills or coins) or credit card may be used.
Parking is free after 5 pm everyday and all day weekends and holidays.
Street Parking available but read all restriction signs or you will be ticketed.
ECUMENICAL CANDLELIGHT REMEMBRANCE VIGIL
IN FRONT OF PP 8 S. WAYNE ST., WEST CHESTER, PA.
In support of the mothers, who regret their abortion and for all the babies who have lost their live through abortions, we will remember them in a candlelight prayer vigil. Also, we will be giving thanks that the tide is turning and we are returning back to the fundamentals that our nation was founded on.
Both St. Joseph an St. Patrick had dreams that they answered and changed the world.
In honor of their feast days, Chris Cassidy from Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church and Chris Vous Lane from St. Monica's Catholic Church will be leading the prayer service. The Patriot Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet and prayers to Our Lady of Guadalupe will be said along with a few patriot songs.
All are welcome to attend and support life as the potential clients go into PP and maybe have a change of heart.
Without Jesus suffering, there would be no healing for the sinners and no Easter Sunday.
Bring your children to participate in this service.
Opening prayers of reflection will be lead by Thomas Ackerman from Chicester Baptist Church .