Louisiana Life March Northeast

January 26, 2020
2 PM - 4 PM
First West
311 Mill St, West Monroe, LA 71291


The second Louisiana Life March Northeast is coming to the Monroe area on Sunday Jan. 26, 2020, from 2:00 – 4:00 PM!  Join us as we unite to show our love for all life!

There will be a short program at First West, then the march will proceed over the Endom Bridge to Anna Grey Noe Park in Monroe where we will gather for prayer, music, and presentation.

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Speakers include:

  • Michael Wood, Lead Pastor, First West
  • Tom Lowe, Pastor of Christ Church
  • Benjamin Clapper, Executive Director of Louisiana Right to Life
  • Lyndsey Sikes, Life Choices Monroe
  • Jason Ramsey, Pastor of Pentecostals of the Twin Cities
  • Dr. Perry Hancock, President of the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home

Music will be provided by Levi Square.


Because the Love Life Constitutional Amendment will be voting on in November, 2020, we will continue last year’s theme of Louisiana Loves Life. The T-shirt design will be the same as well and can ordered by clicking here. Shirts will also be available for purchase at the march.



Life March Northeast is sponsored by Louisiana Right to Life, Louisiana Baptist Convention, Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home, Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops, United Pentecostal Church of Louisiana, Louisiana Family Forum, the Knights of Columbus, and Louisiana’s Concerned Women for America


Unite the pro-life people of Louisiana, across all denominational lines, to take a stand for life in our state’s capital city, and mobilize them with resources to go make a difference in their community. We believe the Louisiana Life March can lead toward an abortion-free Louisiana.


The Louisiana Life March Northeast will gather and begin at the Purple Lot at First West Church (corner of Pine Street and N. 3rd Street), head down Pine Street to the river, take a right on Trenton Street, take a left on Coleman Street and on to the Endom Bridge, take a right on N. Grand Street, take a left on Wood Street, and end in Anna Grey Noe Park.

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