Sanctity of Human Life is celebrated the closest Sunday to the anniversary of Roe v. Wade but at LifeLine Pregnancy Help Center we open it up for the whole month. This is a time for churches to hear more about the issue of life, what God's heart about life is, and how their congregation can become more engaged in protecting life in our communities.

How can my church get involved?


There are multiple ways your church can get involved in Sanctity of Human Life Sunday!

One great way your church can be involved is by holding a diaper and wipe drive or shower during the month of January. LifeLine provides many packs of diapers, wipes, clothing, shoes and other material needs each month to women and families in our community.

1. Invite a Speaker

Your church can have a LifeLine Speaker. You decide the length of time appropriate for your service. We usually share a little about what Sanctity of Human Life is, what LifeLine is, and how individuals can get involved at LifeLine. We are willing and able to cater to the specific needs of your church.

2. Bulletin Insert

LifeLine can give you a bulletin insert which talks about Sanctity of Human Life and LifeLine. These are professionally printed, beautiful inserts we offer at no charge to your church. There could be a short DVD (about 3-5 min.) available to use during the month of January in your worship services to highlight the Sanctity of Human Life and give suggestions as to how your congregation can make a difference by being involved in a pregnancy center ministry.

3. Special Offering

Churches who wish to financially support LifeLine can take this opportunity to take up a special offering during the month of January.

4. Table in Your Foyer

A few churches like for LifeLine to have a table in their foyer which the pastor will mention to the congregation so any interested can talk to the table volunteer or pick up information.

Get Involved


To get involved with Sanctity of Human Life call Sharon Kelly, Executive Director at 336-526-4033 or email: sharon@lifelinehelps.org