Every year the Pro-Life Action League brings the joy and hope of Christmas to the darkness of the abortuary with our “Empty Manger” Christmas Caroling day.
Now more than ever, we need to be actively engaged in fighting abortion on the ground outside our nation’s abortion facilities.
Sometimes that means sidewalk counseling, sometimes that means protesting, and sometimes that means bringing the good news of the birth of Jesus Christ to the doors of the abortion clinic with peaceful Christmas caroling.
Host an “Empty Manger” Caroling Day in Your Town
In recent years, more and more pro-life activists around the country have started holding their own Christmas caroling events at abortion clinics, and now it’s your turn to get involved in this Advent pro-life ministry.
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To help you do just that, the Pro-Life Action League has put together some resources that will make your caroling day a success:
- Caroling Day How-To Guide [PDF]—This step by step guide will help you plan and execute a great pro-life caroling day
- Empty Manger Building Plans [PDF]—Simple, detailed instructions for building an empty manger to symbolize our anticipation of Christ’s birth and the emptiness left behind by abortion
- Christmas Caroling Booklet [PDF]—The carols in this 8-page booklet highlight the Christmas message of hope coming in the form of the infant Jesus
With these resources, hosting your own “Empty Manger” caroling day will be a snap. Here’s a video showing just how simple and inspiring it really is:
Let Us Help Promote Your Caroling Day!
The Pro-Life Action League will be sponsoring two caroling tours in the Chicago area on Saturday, December 20—details on those will be coming soon. If you’ll be hosting your own caroling day in your local area, please send us the details, and we’ll help spread the word about your event!
Babies have been saved when their mothers heard the sounds of these beautiful songs about Our Savior’s birth from inside the abortion facility! But that can’t happen if you don’t bring this pro-life Christmas witness to your community. Get started planning your event today!
LifeNews Note: Matt Yonke writes for the Pro-Life Action League.