Spring 2021 | Feb 17 - Mar 28

Indianapolis Campaign

Indianapolis, IN United States
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Spring 2021 | Feb 17 - Mar 28 Map
Vigil Location

Public right-of-way outside
8590 Georgetown Rd. Indianapolis, IN

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We have expanded our campaign to 24 hours! For those who cannot get to the vigil site during normal vigil hours, or for anyone who wants to take additional hours, we are offering a pray at home option from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday through Saturday and until noon on Sunday.  THIS IS NOT TO REPLACE HOURS PRAYING AT THE VIGIL SITE!  This is a great option for seniors, those who are sick, those who don't drive and those who are concerned about being exposed to others.  



Public right-of-way outside
Planned Parenthood
8590 Georgetown Road
Indianapolis, Indiana

Parking is available on the shoulder on both sides of Georgetown Rd, just south of Planned Parenthood.

Please do not park in the lots of neighboring businesses, including Women's Care Center.

Local events
Midpoint Rally

Sunday, March 7th

We are nearly halfway through our Vigil and Holy Lent. We will take stock of the Campaign and get energized for the second half. Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm ET

Address: 8590 Georgetown Rd Indianapolis , IN 46268

Time: 1:00 PM

Closing Event

Sunday, March 28th

Join us as we celebrate the end of the 40 Days For Life Spring campaign. You are invited to bring items to support our sponsor The Great Lakes Gabriel Project. Please consider a financial donation which can be made using their website www.glproject.org Material Donations can be brought to this event gor you can call 317-213-4778. We take gently used cribs (no drop-side) mattresses and bedding, bassinets, playpens, breast pumps, strollers, highchairs, baby clothes up to 2T, blankets, towels, and baby toys. We can only accept NEW car seats, bottles (and accessories) and pacifiers. Of course diapers in all sizes, and wipes are always needed.

Address: 8590 Georgetown Rd Indianapolis , IN 46268

Time: 12:00 PM

Leader Contact Info

Timothy O'Donnell


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