There are a variety of ways that churches can get involved with the Pregnancy Clinic Ministry.
What is the Baby Bottle Campaign?
It is an easy and fun way for the whole family to help those facing a crisis pregnancy by donating their spare change to the ministry of the Pregnancy Clinic. Parents can use this time to teach their children about the unborn and those who are less fortunate.
Ask your church to participate in this campaign for four consecutive weeks. We will give your church bulletin announcements for the weeks of the campaign, and we will also deliver a basket of empty baby bottles and information to your church to be put in a prominent place. You and others can take a baby bottle home, and place it in a popular spot like the kitchen counter. Place your spare change in the bottle as an offering to help us minister to those in need. Use the bottle as a reminder to pray for the many women and men who come to our Center. After the four weeks, return the bottle to your church. All your church has to do is call us, and we'll arrange pick-up of the bottles.
What can the Baby Bottle Campaign Do?
$1.30 2 Weeks of Prenatal Vitamins to help developing babies get good nutrition
$25.00 10 Bibles for clients to help clients find Hope in a difficult situation
$50.00 Advertising for 1 day to help women seeking pregnancy termination find us first
$100.00 Abstinence Presentation to help teens make good choices
$300.00 Life Affirming Sonogram for a woman undecided about choosing life for her baby or has pressure to terminate her pregnancy
Invite a Speaker for a Particular Topic
Whether you are affiliated with a business, church, youth organization, or school, we can provide speakers to come address a group on a variety of topics:
- Pregnancy Clinic Ministry
- Abortion and Post Abortion Stress symptoms
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Infections
- Parent, Teens, and Sex
Please email Angela if you would like to book a speaker.
Sanctity of Human Life Sunday
In 1984 President Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation designating January 22 as the first National Sanctity of Human Life Day. Part of the proclamation states: “I call upon the citizens of this blessed land to gather on that day in homes and places of worship to give thanks for the gift of life, and to reaffirm our commitment to the dignity of every human being and the sanctity of each human life.”
Get your church involved with the Pregnancy Clinic Ministry and SOHLS by hosting guest speakers, distributing bulletin inserts, raising money through a Baby Bottle Campaign, and praying for this ministry.
If you would like more information on how your church partner with the Pregnancy Clinic, please contact Angela.