Reverend Molly Housh Gordon

Rev. Molly Housh Gordon

Minister at Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbia, MO

“The inherent worth and dignity of every person, the interdependence of all life, and the reliability of deeply considered personal conscience are foundational in Unitarian Universalism. My faith requires that people have the bodily autonomy to make their own deeply personal decisions about abortion and reproductive health care. Missouri’s abortion bans are entirely at odds with my religious beliefs, practice, and ministry because they codify a single religious position that directly conflicts with my own religious beliefs and understanding of conscience, dignity, and bodily autonomy.”

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