The 2020 Texas Rally for Life will be held on Saturday, January 25, 2020. The Texas Rally for Life will commemorate the 47th anniversary of the tragic Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973, which made abortion legal throughout all nine months of pregnancy. In the wake of Roe, legal abortion in our nation has claimed the lives of more than 60 million unborn children and has hurt countless women and men.

Schedule

1:00 PM – Meet at 14th and San Jacinto to march to the Capitol
2:00 – 3:00 PM Rally on South Steps of Capitol
3:00-4:00 PM – Pro-Life Expo on Great Walk of Capitol Grounds

Be sure to check out our Other Events page for information on the Catholic Pro-Life Day Prayer Vigil, Divine Mercy Chaplet and Masses; the first annual non-denominational Texas Rally for Life Celebration — Worship and Prayer Service; and the Akathist for Victims of Abortion, A Service for Victims of Abortion, Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese. 

Speakers

Emcee: Sylvia Johnson, Houston Pregnancy Resource Center
Invocation: Rev. Jairo Sandoval, Pastor, San Jose Catholic Church, Austin
Claire Culwell, Twin Abortion Survivor
Terry Beatley, The Hosea Initiative
Dr. David Hardage, Executive Director, Baptist General Convention of Texas
Texas State Representative Jeff Leach
US Rep. Chip Roy
Dr. Joe Pojman, Texas Alliance for Life
Benediction: Rev. Dr. Michael A. Evans, President, Baptist General Convention of Texas, and Senior Pastor, Bethlehem Baptist Church in Mansfield

About

Join thousands of Texans at the Texas Rally for Life on Saturday, January 25, at the Capitol in Austin. Show the media and our elected officials that Texas is PRO-LIFE! The 2020 Texas Rally for Life will commemorate the 47th anniversary of the tragic Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973, which made abortion legal throughout all nine months of pregnancy. In the wake of Roe, legal abortion in our nation has claimed the lives of more than 60 million unborn children and has hurt countless women and men.

The Rally will feature pro-life speakers and leaders from across the state. 

Plan to attend. Organize a bus or carpool of people from your church, youth group, or local pro-life organization to come. Individual signs will be provided, but bring a banner from your church, youth group, or pro-life organization.

For the full scoop on the rally, bus options from across the state, the rally host committee and more, visit the dedicated Texas Rally for Life page.

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