Planned Parenthood wants you to PRAY FOR ABORTION (Here)
Planned Parenthood’s Six Rivers center’s Clergy for Choice is sponsoring “40 Days of Prayer and Contemplation,” asking pro-abortion members to pray for the right to kill unborn children. In a brochure of “suggested prayers” the blasphemous organizations suggests you do the following:
Day 18: Today we pray for all the staff at abortion clinics around the nation. May they be daily confirmed in the sacred care that they offer women.
Day 27: Today we give thanks for abortion providers around the nation whose concern for women is the driving force in their lives.
Day 40: Today we give thanks and celebrate that abortion is still safe and legal.
the website states:
Join Six Rivers Planned Parenthood’s Clergy for Choice at the following gatherings:
Monday, March 25th at noon at the Gazebo in Old Town Eureka – Join The Reverend Eric Duff in a celebration of women & reproductive rights.
Tuesday, March 26th at sundown at Temple Beth El in Eureka – Hosted by Rabbi Naomi Steinberg during Passover Seder with prayer, discussion, refreshments and fellowship.
Friday, April 5th at noon at Six Rivers Planned Parenthood in Eureka – A celebration hosted by Montanna Jones and Humboldt Faith Equality.
Sunday, April 7th from 7-9 pm at the Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Bayside – Dances of Universal Peace (Sufi Dances) honoring the spiritual wisdom of women, past and present, Co-Hosted by Scott Sattler.
SRPP’s Clergy for Choice would like to share 40 Days Prayers created by Faith Aloud – http://www.faithaloud.org
Download a 40 Days of Prayer and Contemplation Brochure. below:
Nancy Dye, MPH, Ph.D the Convener of Clergy for Choice, a member of St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Bayside, and a former member of the Six Rivers Planned Parenthood board of directors wrote this is an op-ed about their events: “During the Rally for Choice that took place outside the Courthouse in Eureka on Feb. 27, I attempted to distribute a flier announcing the upcoming second annual “40 Days of Prayer and Contemplation” co-sponsored by Clergy for Choice and Six Rivers Planned Parenthood (see story at left).
Mistakenly, I’d assumed that fellow demonstrators who had read my poster (”Pro-Faith, Pro-Family, Pro-Choice”) would accept the flier from me. Instead, it appeared the words “Prayer” and “40 Days” put people off. It saddens me that a word like prayer can make someone step away and turn their back. I believe this reaction is more common than it used to be and that, oftentimes, it relates to the polarizing religious messages that so dominate the media.”
Voices of the abortion giant’s Clergy for Choice: