From February 14 to March 25, 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 Friday mornings, between 7 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.
Lee Tripp, the abortionist, no long is practicing at West Chester's Planned Parenthood. Both chemical and surgical abortions are being done on Fridays only at this time. From what has been learned, any women seeking an abortion, except Plan B, (the morning after pill) may be required to have two visits before procuring her abortion. This gives those who pray in front of PP two opportunities to reach out to these women offering then hope and help.
Panned Parenthood also has changed their operating hours to:
Mon & Wed 11:30 AM to 7 PM
Tues & Thurs 8:30 AM to 3 PM
Friday 7:30 AM to 5 PM
Sat & Sun CLOSED
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.
FREE PARKING ON CHURCH PARKING LOT
430 Hunnum Ave.,
Street Parking available but read all restriction signs or you will be ticketed.
IN FRONT OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD
8 S. WAYNE STREET, WEST CHESTER, PA
2:30 PM to 3:30PM
Jesus died because he was conceived the Son of God. Babies die just because they are conceived.
Consequently, it is appropriate for the Stations of the Cross to be presented in front of Planned Parenthood where the shedding of innocent blood is practiced.
Come participate in 15 simple readings of how Jesus was willing to suffer and die so that we may have eternal life.
West Chester's community needs to be reminded that without Jesus' suffering and death there would be no healing and no salvation and no Easter.