Archbishop Robert Duncan
Archbishop of the Anglican Church of North America and Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh.
Bishop-Elect Clark Lowenfield, Hope Pointe Anglican Church
It is indeed encouraging to the Church to witness the increasing number of young people at the March for Life each year. As leaders in the Anglican Church, it is vitally important that we consistently step out as examples, encouragers and leaders in standing boldly for life!
The Rt. Rev. David Bena, CANA
The sanctity of life is so important to the Anglican Church that when the ACNA was formed in 2009 we placed our ‘declaration for life’ into our founding Constitution and Canons
The Rt. Rev. Derek Jones
To paraphrase words from the Manhattan Declaration, we are representing the Anglican Church at the March for Life because God’s Word requires us to ‘defend and speak for those who cannot defend or speak for themselves’ It is our job to make this clear, ‘even at risk and cost to ourselves and our institutions.’
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Bill Atwood, International Diocese
I know that our involvement in this year’s March for Life in Washington DC is a great witness for the sanctity of life, both to the world and to our own people.
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Foley Beach, Anglican Diocese of the South
I view my attendance at this year’s annual March for Life as no less than a visible way to honor life and Our Creator.
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Steven Breedlove, Presider, PEARUSA
This year’s March for Life marks the 40th year since abortion became legal across our nation, resulting in the loss of 55 million innocent lives. It also marks the first year that the Anglican Church has come together visibly to make a statement that we stand for LIFE! Join us in prayer and in every effort to care for and deliver those threatened by this tragedy.
The Rt. Rev. Eric V. Menees
The Anglican Church has the opportunity to live out our founding Canon acknowledging the sanctity of life and the sin of abortion by participating in the March for Life.
The Rt. Rev. John A.M. Guernsey
Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic
The Anglican Church in North America has a deep commitment to the sanctity of life, and I hope that the presence of so many of our Bishops at the ecumenical prayer service, the pre-March Rally and the March for Life itself will spur the whole Anglican Church to get on board for life!