PULSE is coming to New England this summer to equip young people to become agents of pro-life change in their communities.
The PULSE Immersion days this summer are one-day programs that train junior high, high school, and college students to become compassionate and persuasive advocates for unborn children and women. Each of the two one-day programs will be led by Sarah Mary Toce, who spoke at the 2016 Convention on pro-life youth formation.
They will be held on Friday, July 15, 2016 at Dane Street Congregational Church in Beverly, and on Saturday, July 23, 2016 on the campus of Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. Each day will be filled with a combination of fun activities and interesting presentations to both educate young people and connect them with others of their age who are also passionate about the pro-life cause. There will also be opportunities to put their new skills into practice and learn about the ways they can get involved. PULSE Immersion complement the annual Summer Academy that MCFL runs each year.
In addition to the summer Immersions, PULSE New England also provides hourlong motivational pro-life presentations to schools, churches, and other youth-focused organizations.
PULSE New England is part of the Life and and Leadership New England project, a cooperative initiative between National Right to Life, Massachusetts Citizens for Life, Rhode Island Right to Life, and Vermont Right to Life.