Amnion Pregnancy Center exists to offer the hope of Jesus Christ to those impacted by an unplanned pregnancy.
Over the years, Amnion has provided hope and help to over 17,500 women, partners, and parents.
Will you help us offer hope?
The primary focus of Amnion’s ministry is to glorify God. Board members, staff and volunteers endeavor to model Christ in all aspect of their lives.
The Bible is God’s inerrant Word and teaches that salvation is attained by faith alone, in Christ alone. God’s Word is sufficient for teaching, reproof, correction and for training in righteousness. God’s Word teaches that man is created in God’s image and likeness and for His glory; therefore, Amnion’s mission is to uphold the sanctity of human life.
Amnion will assist anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy, seeking post-abortion healing, and considering sexual purity issues. All counsel is given within a Biblical perspective, which is consistent with God’s design for holy living.
Amnion provides free and confidential pregnancy and post-abortion services to those in need. We do not perform or refer for abortions.
- Pregnancy Tests
- Abortion Pill Rescue/Reversal
- Prenatal Education
- Abortion Risk Education
- Relationship Classes
- Fatherhood Education
- Evangelism & Bible Studies
- Maternity & Baby Supplies
- Abstinence Presentations
- Post-Abortion Healing
Since 1991 Amnion Pregnancy Center has provided Christ-centered compassionate and free services to women and men who are facing an unplanned pregnancy in their lives.
The word amnion is the Greek term for “little lamb” named because lambs are born in a protective sac called the amnion. Amnion Pregnancy Center provides a protective, safe haven for the expectant mom, dad, and baby throughout their unplanned pregnancy and after the birth of the baby.
Amnion is affiliated with Care Net who supports the largest network of pregnancy centers in North America.
Psalm 102:18 declares, “Let this be written for a future generation, that a people not yet created may praise the Lord.”
Amnion’s first board with founder Janis Lamont.