Fall 2021 | Sept 22 - Oct 31

Toledo Campaign

Toledo, OH United States
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Fall 2021 | Sept 22 - Oct 31 Map
Vigil Location

Public right-of-way outside Capital Care of Toledo
1160 W. Sylvania Ave. Toledo, OH

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Notes

Public right-of-way outside
Capital Care Network
1160 West Sylvania Avenue
Toledo, Ohio

Parking is available in empty lot across N. Haven Avenue next to Capital Care. The lot is gravel and contains a Billboard. The owner of the lot is pro-life.


Local events
Prayer Vigil for Life

Wednesday, August 25th

As we prepare to launch our 40 Days for Life this September 22nd join us for an hour of prayer to receive materials, updates and plans for this fall's campaign!

Address: 1160 W. Sylvania Ave. Toledo, OH 43612

Time: 6:00 PM

Opening Prayer Vigil for Life for Fall Campaign

Wednesday, September 22nd

Join us as we kick-off our fall 40 Days for Life Campaign with a Prayer Vigil for Life!

Address: 1160 W. Sylvania Ave. Toledo, OH 43612

Time: 7:00 PM

Side Walk Advocates for Life Training

Saturday, September 25th

Join us as Lauren Musyka, Executive Director of Side Walk Advocates for Life joins us for a training on how to reach moms and dads in need! Location to be determined.

Address: 1933 SPIELBUSCH AVE TOLEDO, OH 43604

Time: 9:00 AM

Mass for Life with Bishop Daniel E. Thomas

Saturday, October 9th

Join us for the "Mass for Life" with Bishop Daniel E. Thomas of the Diocese of Toledo at St. Catherine Parish which is followed by a Eucharistic Procession to Capital Care, Toledo's last remaining abortion facility.

Address: 4555 N. Haven Ave. Toledo, OH 43612

Time: 9:00 AM

Closing Prayer Vigil For Life for Fall Campaign

Saturday, October 30th

Join us on Saturday October 30th at 11 am as we close our 40 Days for Life Fall Campaign in celebration of God's victory at Capital Care of Toledo, 1160 W. Sylvania Ave.

Address: 1160 W. Sylvania Ave. Toledo, OH 43612

Time: 11:00 AM

Leader Contact Info

Peter Range

(440) 821-1533

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