If you are able to help by donating items to sell, baked goods, or to sit at our table and help collect signatures for our petition to end dismemberment abortion, please let me know!
Time slots available to help collect signatures during the sale:
9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. _____________________________
12:30-4 p.m. _____________________________
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. ____________________________
12:30 p.m.- 4 p.m. ____________________________
9:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. _____________________________
Please reply by email (WyandotteRLM@gmail.com) call the office (734) 288-8798) if you are able to help. Also, please free to come to shop or share this information with your friends, and your church even if you are unable to help.
Thanks so much, your help is always greatly appreciated!
Cooperation between Upper Downriver Right to Life (UD-RTL) and Central Wayne County Right to Life (CWC-RTL) is allowing us to enter as an exhibitor at the Melvindale Street Fair on July 27 and July 28! The Street Fair is on Allen Road between Outer Drive and Oakwood Blvd. I will contact volunteers with our exact location on Saturday morning. We need help with volunteers to fill the time slots. Can you please share this with your volunteers and members. Please RSVP to wyandotteRLM@gmail.com.
Emmanuel has offered to help with set up and some of the time there both days. We can set up at 9 am on Saturday.
We need at least two people to volunteer each shift as follows: Please provide name, phone and e-mail and reply to: wyandotteRLM@gmail.com
For more information visit their Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/melstreetfair
Southern Downriver Right to Life has invited us to join them at their 2019 Pastor’s Luncheon.
Fifty people prayed and sang on the sidewalk in front of Detroit’s Cass Avenue Planned Parenthood Center on the cool, clear Saturday evening of April 13 as part of a Prayer Vigil (#protestPP) at 142 locations nationwide.
Pedestrian and car traffic was brisk. One heckler was persistent, but valiantly ignored as everyone focused on praying the Rosary and the intercessory prayers led by Deacon Richard Bloomfield from Our Lady of the Scapular in Wyandotte.
As the shadows lengthened with the evening sun and after singing a few hymns, candles were distributed and lit, but most were extinguished by the wind, much like the babies who entered this place in their mothers’ wombs.
The Divine Mercy Chaplet was prayed, and people were asked to contact legislators and write letters to editors, or take other pro-life actions. The Deacon gave his blessing, a group photo was taken, and the group dispersed to their homes.
Participants came from Downriver and Detroit Parishes, Upper Downriver Right to Life, Central Wayne County Right to Life, Southern Downriver Right to Life, St. Joseph Oratory, Holy Redeemer Parish, Grosse Ile, and more.
Photos by Richard Evich.