Project Rachel Ministry

There's Hope After Abortion

Post-abortion healing ministry that assists individuals in finding peace and forgiveness through compassionate counseling and the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Project Rachel services include individual counseling, group support, Rachel’s Vineyard Retreats, spiritual healing, and prayer support.

316-269-HOPE (4673)

You are not alone.

Individual Support

Group Support

Rachel's Vineyard Retreats

Spiritual Healing

Prayer Support

Confidential services are available to women and men dealing with the emotional effects of abortion. A licensed therapist is available for crisis intervention and individual support. Mentors offer individuals the opportunity to talk with other post-abortive women.

Monthly Support Gathering
Project Rachel Monthly Support Gatherings provide a safe environment for women to discuss aspects of the healing process with others who have experienced abortion. Meetings are facilitated by a licensed therapist.                             

Bible Study
Project Rachel Bible Study encourages an understanding of God’s forgiveness. The Bible Study helps to repair relationships with God while combining biblical truths with the healing journey.

 

Rachel’s Vineyard Retreats are a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion. Weekend retreats offer a supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment where women and men can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing.

The Wichita Area Retreat will be held November 5th- 7th, 2021

Retreat Flyer

The Sacrament of Reconciliation can be a powerful step in beginning the healing process. A referral can be made to a priest who is sensitive to your particular needs.

Prayer partners offer support for the Project Rachel Ministry through prayer for forgiveness and healing of all women and men impacted by abortion.

Men Affected by Abortion

Men, too, suffer greatly in the aftermath of abortion-sometimes immediately, sometimes years later, though few express their pain openly. They are fathers who lost a child. They may have opposed the abortion. They may have failed to speak up or to change their partner’s mind because law and society continue to say it’s “her choice.” They may have urged her to abort because, at the time, they didn’t want the responsibilities of fatherhood, yet later felt that they failed as a man to protect their loved one and child. Help is available to anyone who has experienced a loss through abortion.

Families Affected by Abortion

Grandparents experience the loss of a grandchild through abortion. If your daughter had an abortion, you may feel guilt for being a part of the decision and not discouraging her, or you may feel anger for her decision to follow through with the abortion. Help is available to anyone who has experienced a loss through abortion.

Contact Us

Project Rachel Ministry

316-269-HOPE (4673)

Catholic Diocese of Wichita
424 N. Broadway
Wichita, KS 67202