Wilson County Right to Life of Tennessee is a non-profit, charitable organization which works to advocate respect for human life through public education, protective public policy and the development of an active pro-life movement in our community.
HELP SAVE LIVES IN MOUNT JULIET!
You can protect mothers and children by joining this worldwide mobilization to pray and fast for an end to abortion! Through prayer and fasting, peaceful vigils and community outreach, 40 Days for Life has inspired 1,000,000+ volunteers! With God’s help, here are the proven results in 26 coordinated campaigns:
• 17,226 babies saved from abortion
• 206 abortion workers converted
• 107 abortion centers closed
Here’s how to take part in 40 Days for Life in our community:
• Vigil location: On the sidewalk along the street in front of carafem at
5002 Crossings Circle, Mount Juliet, Tennessee 37122
• Vigil hours: 6 am to 6 pm daily
• Local contact: Kathy Walsh email@example.com or 615-883-9273
• Learn more … get involved … and sign up for prayer times by visiting our campaign at
On May 1, 2020 Middle TN Federal Judge, Eli Richardson, blocked the city of Mt. Juliet from enforcing a zoning ordinance which required facilities that perform surgical abortions to be located in industrial zones. Abortion profiteers, Carafem, opened in Mt. Juliet in March of 2019 aborting babies by prescribing the abortion pill, RU 486, up to 11 weeks of pregnancy. More recently they have announced plans to kill unborn children with surgical abortions in the future.
Congratulations to Violet Thorne, who was the winner of the 2020 Wilson Co. Right to Life Oratory Contest. She also placed second among all other state entries.
See her publicity photo
The next Sanctity of Human Life Sunday will be in January 2021. Click the button below for additional info, ideas, activities and bulletin inserts for next year's event.
The Knox County Right to Life chapter launched their "Choose Love Choose Life" Mother's Day Billboard Campaign in the Knoxville area. Would you help us sponsor billboards like these for Wilson County?
NOTE: Our monthly meeting have been suspended until further notice due to COVID19