March-for-Life on Saturday modified due to weather.
Still from 12noon to 2:00pm.
Special guest speakers of national renown will be with us!
All activity will occur at Assumption Church in Geneva.
Dress for the weather.
20 minutes planned out in front of the church
Please keep the street side open for our outdoor demonstration.
Parking on the west side of the church is available.
Snacks and hot beverages will be served in the church hall.
Speakers will present in the church hall.
Geneva-Madison Council 5286 has scheduled a March for Life which will commence at Assumption Church on Route 20 (W. Main St.) and Lockwood Street in Geneva. Marchers will assemble in the rear parking lot and proceed 1/2 mile to the Rotary Pavilion next to the Geneva Community Center on Rt. 20 (near the main intersection with Rt. 534). For those unable to march there is public parking behind the pavilion. We will stand on Rt. 20 for a period of time, weather depending, then march back to the church to hear a speaker and enjoy coffee and hot chocolate. Social distancing protocols will be maintained at all times.
CONTACT: David Zundel, cell 440-417-5200; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SPEAKER: Christy Ballor has spoken from the US Supreme Court steps at National March for Life. She is a Regional Coordinator in Ohio for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, a project of Priests for Life and Anglicans for Life. She is on the Project Rachel Ministry Team for the Diocese of Youngstown and is a phone consultant for the post-abortion Concepts of Truth International Helpline.
With the help of Planned Parenthood, Christy had an abortion when she was 17 years old. The guilt of what she had done caused her to suffer for years until she begged God to help her. He led her to conversion and redemption and eventually a healing journey that led her to answer God’s call to proclaim His Divine Mercy. Along with her promise to Him to speak truth and be Silent No More, Christy has vowed to embrace and honor the life of her child and all precious lives lost to abortion. With God’s grace, she seeks to help those who have been wounded by abortion and to help prevent more women and families from being exploited by the abortion industry.