What is it?
For 33 years, pro-life Christians all across the United States and Canada have publicly, prayerfully, and peacefully stood in prayer and repentance on behalf of legalized abortion each Fall. From its small beginnings as a local witness in Southern California, the Life Chain has spread to more than 2,000 cities all over North America. The first Sunday of each October is National Life Chain Sunday.
We believe that it is time for the Church to fight for the unborn with spiritual weapons. The battle for life will not be won in the courtroom or the voting booth until it is first won in prayer. We call for pastors to lead the Church in repentance for our nation. When God’s people humble themselves, pray, seek His face, and turn from their own ways, we believe that God will hear from heaven, forgive our sins, and heal our land (2 Chronicles 7:14-15).
October 4, 2020 - Life Chain
One and a half hours. The first Sunday in October has traditionally been Life Chain Sunday. Although National Life Chain Sunday has been moved to November 1st for 2020, many Life Chains will still stand on October 4th, or an alternate date. Find the Life Chain in your city for more details and directions.
November 1, 2020 - National Life Chain
One and a half hours. In light of COVID-19, November 1st is National Life Chain Sunday for 2020. Many chains will still still stand on October 4th or an alternate date. Times are usually 2:00pm–3:30pm, but check your local Life Chain for more details and directions.
January 17, 2021 - Sanctity of Human Life Sunday
Time Varies. Sanctity of Human Life Sunday is observed each year on the Sunday closest to the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. It is a day that believers nationwide grieve the tragedy of abortion. Ask your church to invite a local pregnancy center representative to speak and pray.