ProLife Events

40 Days for Life saving lives

Family Life International NZ holds various prolife, pro-family events throughout New Zealand each year. 

Generally held in Auckland and Wellington, these events are usually, steeped in prayer as we recognise the spiritual nature of building a culture of life. 

Events include prayer vigils, 40 Days for Life, Masses, conferences, seminars, LifeFests and other events.  Our conferences and seminars feature interesting, knowledgeable and powerful speakers from all over the world.  We endorse the annual National March for Life held in Wellington, having founded the event in 2017 to commemorate the tragic passing of the Contraception, Sterilisation and Abortion Act, 1977. 

Come along to any of the events below, make new friends and help rebuild a culture of life in New Zealand!

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  • Weekly Prayer and Witness for the Unborn outside abortion centres
  • Mass for Life (before the National March for Life)
  • National March for Life
  • Rosary outside Parliament

Prayer and Witness to End Abortion

Join us on Wednesday mornings to pray for an end to abortion, while being a sign of hope to all who pass by, especially abortion minded women, and abortion workers.

Family Life International (FLI) has two prayer vigil times outside AMAC on a Wednesday morning:
Auckland Medical Aid Centre (AMAC)
283-289 Dominion Road, Mt Eden
(meet on the opposite side of the road)

  • 7:00am to 8:00am
  • 9:30am to 10:30am

Please note: While Auckland is at Covid Alert Level 3, vigils are taking place only by arrangement. It is currently lawful for two bubbles to come together outside with a maximum of 10 people. Participants must social distance, and wear a face mask (unless you have a valid exemption).

An hour of prayer is held outside the Te Mahoe abortion facility on a Wednesday morning:
Te Mahoe abortion facility
Wellington Regional Hospital, Riddiford Street, Newtown

  • 12:00pm to 1:00pm

All are welcome to join us, however, each participant must sign a one-off Statement of Peace. If you have participated in 40 Days for Life you have done this.

During Lent these weekly vigils integrate with the 40 Days for Life vigil.

If you would like more information or to lead a vigil at another time, or on another day, please contact

Auckland: Michelle 027 526 1199
Wellington: Clare 021 231 7954

National March for Life Online 2021

Saturday 4 December, 2pm

Since 2017, we’ve been coming together to March for Life in our nation’s capital.  This year, due to Covid restrictions, our National March for Life is going to look a little different. 

Instead of coming together to March at Parliament on Saturday 4 December, we’re asking you to be a voice for the voiceless at your home AND to join us online for an exciting, motivating event.

So, while we can’t come together to March this year, the great news is that more people can participate than ever before!

This exciting opportunity to be a voice for the voiceless is happening on

Saturday 4 December @ 2pm

Here’s how you can be involved:

  1. Head over today to our website to register your participation in the online event.
  2. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with how you can be a voice for the voiceless at your home, enter competitions, and more.
  3. Spread the word and invite all your family, friends, and colleagues to participate!

Every day, 36 pre-born children lose their lives to the horror of abortion.  Countless women and families are wounded physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

The current situation has thwarted our plans to come together for the most vulnerable and speak on their behalf.  For their sake, we will not let our voices be silenced.   

Be a voice for the voiceless at your home on Saturday 4 December and join us online at 2pm.

Find out more at

Rosary on Parliament Grounds

Saturday 4 December 2021, 3pm

Join people from all over New Zealand in a very special Rosary at Parliament Grounds. The Rosary will be prayed at 3pm.

“Love the Madonna and pray the Rosary, for her Rosary is the weapon against the evils of the world today. All graces given by God pass through the Blessed Mother.”
St Pio of Pietrelcina

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