Update . . .
(September 3, 1997) The Walk and Solemn Assembly referred to below took place as planned. An estimated 2700 people were present at the Assembly, according to Citizens Concerned for Human Life, as reported by Jim Hannah of the Centre Daily Times.
The abortion facility administrator was present for the demonstration. He is quoted by the Centre Daily Times as saying, "Them coming here and praying isn't going to make a difference," and, "What's God going to do? Strike me down?"
"All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing."
Your participation is vital to stop the establishment of
an abortion clinic in State College, Pennsylvania.
PRAYER WALK &
Sunday, August 31, 1997
2:00-4:00 PM (rain or shine)
- Please gather at Hetzel St. and Beaver Ave. for the Prayer Walk to a Solemn Assembly on the Hub Lawn.
- To maintain a spirit of prayer, please do not bring signs.
- You may bring a flower to place at a "Memorial for the Unborn" on the Hub Lawn.
A cooperative effort of representatives from the State College area religious community,
Citizens Concerned for Human Life, and Penn State religious organizations