Here are some common questions about Love Life


What time does it start?
Saturday Prayer Walks start at 9am and finish at 11am
What should I bring?
Wear your Love Life T-Shirt if you have one already if not we will provide one for you at check in.

Wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring water to stay hydrated. Bring umbrella if rain is in the forecast. And bring your whole family 🙂

What does a Saturday Prayer Walk look like?

9 a.m. : Check in at our Love Life Tent

9:15 a.m. :Prayer & Worship

9:30 a.m. :Start Prayer Walk

Pray through prayer points provided at beginning of Prayer Walk.

10:00 a.m. :Stand in front of the Abortion Center and Pray for the Mom’s and Dad’s and Babies inside of the Abortion Center to have an encounter with the Holy Spirit and to get up out of the Abortion Center and choose Life and seek help through all of the options we have available.

10:30 a.m. :Walk back to Love Life Check in Tent

10:45 a.m. :Prayer, Praise & Worship, Testimonies & Group Picture

11:00 a.m. Finished

What is your Code of Conduct?

Love Life Charlotte – Code of Conduct


All participating with Love Life are required to operate under this Code of Conduct.


Love Life exists to stand for truth and intercede for the unborn through prayer.  As we walk and pray, may the love of Christ Jesus be evident in our countenance, attitude and interaction with one another.


“Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O Lord my Rock and my Redeemer!” Psalm 19:14


We ask you not to engage with anyone at the abortion clinic. If you prefer more interaction and believe that is what you’re called to, you can receive proper training through one of the pro-life organizations.



We are to glorify God in every way. Through our prayers, we believe love will overwhelm death in our city. Our role is simple – to stand in the gap and be a voice for the voiceless, as we cover our city in prayer.



We are here to stand for truth. Through our intercession, we believe the truth of God’s word will be released in our city; the truth that every unborn child is a life marked with an extraordinary future.