Worship Event Will Bring Together Pro-Life Catholics, Evangelicals at March for Life

National   |   Radiance Foundation   |   Dec 4, 2014   |   2:33PM   |   Washington, DC

The world’s largest pro-life event, the annual March for Life in DC, brings together hundreds of thousands of passionate advocates for life. onevoiceWith over 500,000 in attendance, the majority of people are there due to the passionate and persistent work of the Catholic Church.

Evangelicals are emerging, too, in greater numbers to fight the social injustice of abortion.

For the first time ever, a non-denominational prayer and worship event, OneVoiceDC (www.OneVoiceDC.com), will be held at the Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel (the main hotel of the March for Life), the night before the massive march.

OneVoiceDC is open to all and is being spearheaded by The Radiance Foundation, Bound4LIFE and Online For Life in partnership with numerous pro-life, pro-family, and pro-Liberty organizations. This unifying evangelical event, with racially and denominationally diverse leadership, will be held from 7pm-9:30pm at the Renaissance hotel’s Grand Ballroom Wednesday, January 21st, 2015. It will be a powerful time of focused prayer (ending abortion, post-abortive healing, victories) and worship led by an inspirational team of worship leaders.

“The March for Life is such an incredibly diverse experience–racially, ethnically, denominationally, and generationally,” says Ryan Bomberger, Chief Creative Officer of The Radiance Foundation. “OneVoiceDC is an event that will enable Christians to focus on what we’re all about—loving God and loving people.”

“WONEVOICEDC-postcard-FAMILY-WORSHIP-TIME-1hen God’s people pray, anything is possible—mountains can move, wounded people can get healed, justice can be released,” says Matt Lockett, Executive Director of Bound4LIFE. “OneVoiceDC is an opportunity to join together in prayer for all this and more on behalf of the nation.”

Online For Life President, Brian Fisher, explains: “The culture of death and abortion in America is primarily a spiritual condition. Prayer, therefore, is our primary act in the effort to end abortion in America. I can’t wait to see how God answers the prayers of His people at OneVoiceDC. Hearts will be changed, babies will be rescued, and families will be restored.”

OneVoiceDC is a free event, but those who’d like to attend are encouraged to register online (and receive a free-t-shirt) at https://www.onevoicedc.com. Seating is limited.