For the first time ever, U.S. Supreme Court officials have given permission for a movie to be shown on the public sidewalk in front of the historic building. This is the exact space that we have held protests and rallies, cheered and mourned when Supreme Court decisions were delivered, and prayed for the end of the abortion.
We ask that you join us on this very sidewalk this coming Sunday, October 2nd at 6:30 P.M where there will be a historic, free showing of the pro-life film “Voiceless” – before it even hits theaters next week.
The award-winning film “Voiceless” introduces viewers to a discharged soldier who discovers an abortion facility operating across the street from his Philadelphia church. He struggles to motivate his church to get involved in protecting unborn babies, and eventually must decide whether to risk it all to fight for what is right.
“Voiceless” challenges every viewer in a powerful and moving way to be a voice for ending abortion and embracing and caring for women with unexpected and challenging pregnancies.
There will also be a candlelight prayer vigil as part of the film presentation. The day after the film’s screening is when the U.S. Supreme Court opens their new session and we want to pray for wisdom and guidance. The direction of the Supreme Court is also of critical importance in the upcoming presidential election.
The nearest Metro Stops are: Union Station and Capitol South and there is ample on street parking. The address of the Supreme Court is 1 1st St NE, Washington, DC.
Please share with all your Facebook friends and on social media and let’s be “a voice for the Voiceless!”