Parenting Education Program
Lunch N Learns
Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, Dayton Right to Life will sponsor a LUNCH N LEARN program for moms, dads, grandparents and caregivers. Because of the generosity of donors, there is no cost. Each month will feature a different topic, but on different dates.
Lunch N Learn Agenda:
10:30-11:30 topic of the day presented and discussed
11:30-12:00 Q& A, family-time, snack provided
Children are welcome, just please RSVP so we can arrange for child care for the first hour.
Topics include nutrition, budgeting, age-appropriate games & toys, positive discipline ideas,etc. Come and meet other parents like you and learn valuable parenting tips at the same time!!
Community Education Events
Cemetery of the Innocents Project
Dayton Right to Life’s Cemetery of the Innocents Project has been done in past years by St. Luke and Ascension Parishes. The Church of the Ascension has had the display for several years during Respect Life month on their property on Woodman Drive.
In the fall of 2016, Dayton Right to Life joined their efforts in expanding and promoting this educational display to other locations. It will continue to be displayed at Ascension Church each October.
The purpose of this display is to encourage and educate the community to pray for the victims of abortions. The crosses represent the sheer numbers, and signs encourage prayer for the parents, grandparents, the innocent children themselves, and many others affected by these tragic “choices.”
Since Roe vs. Wade over 60 million* lives have been lost to abortion and many others scarred for life. Pray for ALL the victims of abortion. For more information on this project, contact Tom Pfahler at 937-461-3625.
*60 million does not include chemical abortions and states like California who do not report their numbers to the CDC.
If you or someone you know has been affected by an abortion, post-abortion healing is available. Contact Project Rachel for more information:
National Project Rachel Hotline: 1-888-456-Hope
Thank you to our volunteers who helped us set up this educational display!