Fall 2020 | Sept 23 - Nov 1

Jackson Campaign

Jackson, MI United States
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Fall 2020 | Sept 23 - Nov 1 Map
Vigil Location

Planned Parenthood Jackson, MI
2009 West Michigan Avenue Jackson, MI

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The prayer vigil will take place on the right-of-way in front of Planned Parenthood at 2009 W. Michigan Ave. Jackson, MI 49202. Parking is in northeast corner of the strip mall two doors west of PP. Please park as far away from the businesses as possible and along parking lot edges if you can. Please stand on sidewalk and do not set items on the stoney area. Thank you!

Due to the current uncertainty related to the Covid-19 pandemic this will be a SOCIALLY DISTANCED NO TOUCH campaign. All sign-ups will be made through this website or via email or phone (text preferred). No supplies will be kept at the vigil site.  We will be making signs available to individuals and will ask for a $5 donation to help cover the cost.

We should have two people praying each hour and out of an abundance of caution we are asking for no more than four each hour please unless you are part of a larger household or family group. This will allow for more than ample social distancing.

PP in Jackson has been "temporarily closed until further notice" since the beginning of the pandemic and is one of only 2 in Michigan that have not yet reopened.

If you have questions or need help to sign up for prayer vigil hours, please contact Beth anytime.

May our dear Lord abundantly bless you all for your commitment to LIFE!

-If possible print out and keep resouce sheet (available on the right) with you while at the prayer vigil to give to anyone who may have questions. It also includes the phone numbers for Beth and Kathy in case YOU have any questions.


Thank you to parishioners from St. John the Evangelist and St. Joseph Oratory who are covering the Monday hours at the prayer vigil throughout the 40 Days for Life.

Leader Contact Info

Beth Thorrez

517 262-1750

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Resource Sheet

Fall 2020 Flyer

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