The Good Counsel Network holds three daily, Peaceful Prayer Vigils at London abortion 'clinics'.
All vigil volunteers are required to sign a statement of peace stating that they will behave in a non aggressive and non violent manner outside the abortion centres. Please view that statement here.
Whitfield Street, Central London
Join us in prayer and witness at
Marie Stopes abortuary,
108 Whitfield Street, London, W1T 5EA.
8.30am-4pm Tuesday and Wednesday every week.
(When we started this vigil, just over five years ago the centre was open five days a week with late night opening on Thursdays and now they are down to only two days, please continue to pray for its closure )
.Nearest Tubes: Warren Street Station and Great Portland Street Station
Call 0207 723 1740
Mattock Lane, Ealing
We also run a vigil near Marie Stopes West London Centre, 87 Mattock Lane, Ealing, London. W5 5BJ. [Due to the Ealing council 'Buffer Zone', we are currently standing 100 yards or so down the road, so call us if you plan to attend]
8am-4pm Monday to Friday every week. There is also a vigil on Saturdays from 8am until 12noon run by The Helpers of God's Precious Infants.
(For a history of this abortion 'clinic' with the St Michael plaque see here)
Nearest station: Ealing Broadway
Call 0207 723 1740
Rosslyn Road, Twickenham
Finally, outside a building that was formally a hostel run by Nuns we are running a third vigil in Twickenham. The vigil takes place outside what is now the BPAS abortuary, 15 Rosslyn Road, East Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 2AR.
8am-2pm Tuesday-Friday (Abortions are not currently performed on Mondays) and there is a vigil on Saturdays 8am-12noon every week run by the Helpers of God's Precious Infants.
Nearest station: St Margarets
Call 0207 723 1740 or 07540 286688
The Good Counsel Network works in unity with The Helpers of God's PreciousInfants and with the 40 Days for Life Campaign. For details of other abortuary vigils please see these sites or phone the Helpers on 01727 763832 or 40 Days on 07947698195.
Every day at the abortuary, we aim to approach each woman offering her help and support to continue her pregnancy. While one or two designated people make this outreach, all the others attending remain in constant prayer for the women, their children, the abortuary staff and the other people involved in her decision. Join us today so that no woman goes through an abortion at this place without an offer of help and without prayer being offered for her and her child. If you are sick, housebound or cannot attend between these hours, please pray and/or fast for the success of the vigil.