The mission of West Virginians for Life of Morgan County is to promote the protection of human life, from conception until natural death. To accomplish this goal, WVFL works to educate through the preservation of detailed and factual information about fetal development, abortion, alternatives to abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, and related issues, upon which individuals and the public may make informed decisions.
We educate through the use of pro-life booths at the Apple Butter Festival and the Morgan County Fair; through the use of floats in parades; through billboards; letters to newspapers; speakers at annual dinners; sidewalk counselors at the nearest abortion facility; through distribution of newsletters; with a Spiritual Adoption Program; by placing information in church bulletins; through participation in Face the Truth Tours and the annual March for Life; and, by whatever means available.
The Morgan County Chapter of West Virginians for Life is focused on promoting pro-life issues and related activities. We are a volunteer and donation supported organization and need your help. We rely on contributions to keep our efforts going.
PLEASE SEND YOUR DONATION TO:
P.O. Box 583
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
We are located in Berkeley Springs, WV and meet every other month as indicated on our "Calendar Page."
Our May meeting was held on May 9, 2018, at the Berkeley Baptist facilities.
State Office requests that we use one-to-one telephone contact to find
new members. But there is concern that landlines are now rare, and that
many people do not answer unknown numbers. State rep indicated that
defunding Planned Parenthood may be next push by WVFL.
At St Vincent de Paul Church, on May 26-27, the Spiritual Adoption Program will begin a new cycle.
Voting flyers were distributed, as best possible, two weekends before Election Day.
Thanks to Knights of Columbus for their long time financial support of the pro-life billboard on 522 South.
Respect Life Dinner is October 27.
The Holy Innocents Ministry was introduced to group. This is to fund the burials of deceased unborn babies.
This has support of Father Jack Lombardi in Hancock.
Next meeting June 9, 2p, back of Berkeley Baptist Church. All invited.
We welcome new supporters and volunteers. You can reach us by email, and/or "Contact Us" and "Guest Book" pages.
We hope you will visit our website again. Check back often for updates.
P.O. Box 427
Great Cacapon, WV 25422
Barbara Carr, Webmaster