Monday, 21 January 2013

Cardiff joins the Forty Days for Life

Wales capital city, Cardiff, will be included in the forthcoming 40 Days for Life prayer vigil.
The BPAS abortuary Elgin House, 106-107, in St Mary's Street, Cardiff will be the venue and all are asked to contact the organisers via the link HERE - it is important to log in for a specific slot so that the organisers may plan accordingly.

YOU can help save lives!
From February 13 - March 24, our community will be one of many cities joining together for the largest and longest coordinated pro-life mobilization in history -- the 40 Days for Life campaign.
40 Days for Life is a focused pro-life effort that consists of:
  • 40 days of prayer and fasting
  • 40 days of peaceful vigil
  • 40 days of community outreach
We are praying that, with God's help, this groundbreaking effort will mark the beginning of the end of abortion in our city -- and throughout the UK.
Take a stand for life
While all aspects of 40 Days for Life are crucial in our effort to end abortion, the most visible component is the peaceful prayer vigil outside the local abortion clinic.
You can help make a life-saving impact by joining our local vigil outside:
bpas clinic
Elgin House
106-107 St Mary's Street
CF10 1DX
Sign up to participate in our local 40 Days for Life vigil by clicking the "Vigil Schedule" link at the top of this page.

Contact us

To learn more, sign up for specific vigil hours, or let us know how you feel called to serve God in this effort, please contact the local 40 Days for Life leadership team:

Clare Jackson
Phone: 07580275698

Get the latest updates
Be sure to sign-up for updates and prayer requests using the form at the top right of this page, and browse through the rest of this site to find out how YOU can help make a lifesaving impact as part of our local 40 Days for Life campaign.


  1. Dear Richard and Friends,

    May God bless the happy memory of King George, a true friend of the USA, who died this day in 1952, and your Queen.

    - Mack in Texas

  2. Thank you Mack, I did not realise he had built up such a relationship with the USA. I remember his funeral (just), it was a very bleak affair.