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Members of Cambridge University Pro-Life Society are recording their progress as they commence using a Created4Life Display Table in the City Centre. Here is the first update from the team.


“We were very excited to have Sue and Alan come and show us how to use the display table and at the prospect of finally getting something 'Pro-life' started here in Cambridge. We feel that this strategy is good because it doesn't require too much initial set-up, either in terms of materials or manpower; and in that it should be a direct and effective way of spreading the message to a public who might never have considered an unborn child to be human life. Our group has a larger mailing list, but just three of us made the initial commitment to start the Created4Life approach here in Cambridge.

“I am embarrassed to say that our results two weeks on have not been great. Our plan was to go out every two weeks for several hours on Saturdays, to start, and then as we gained interest and volunteers, to increase our outings to every weekend and maybe more often than that. Unfortunately, we have not been able to get additional volunteers from our larger group as yet, and we were unable to go out on our first planned date due to one person's school commitments and an illness, leaving one person to tend the display table. Not enough.

“There are some obvious advantages to doing this in a University-type setting, among them the potential that some people running the table might have more flexible schedules allowing the group to be out on the street talking to people more often. Another reason is that young women of University age are most a risk for having an abortion, and thus are most in need of our positive life affirming message! The difficulties we have found include the fact that many of our members are graduate students whose schedules are not very flexible and often include weekend work. Additionally, prior commitments like church activities are another 'worthy' thing that drains our energy.

“Nonetheless, we are planning to go out this coming weekend, and will once again be asking for volunteers within our larger group to come and watch us do it. We still feel confident that this is the right thing to be doing, and reasonably sure that if we are willing to stick with it, others will join.

“We'll let you know how things turn out next week!”

- Cambridge University Pro-Life Group

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