Missourians support abortion rights

Missouri’s abortion bans are a direct attack on the separation of church and state.

And Missourians know it.

The following local organizations and community leaders agree with American United and the National Women’s Law Center that Missouri’s abortion bans impose one narrow religious doctrine on everyone and in doing so deny equality and bodily autonomy.

Local organizations

  • Access MO

  • American Association of University Women of Missouri

  • Ashrei Foundation

  • AU — St. Louis Chapter

  • Central Reform Congregation (St. Louis)

  • Chesterfield Township Democrats

  • Como for Choice

  • Congregation Kol Ami (Kansas City)

  • Eden Theological Seminary

  • Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion

  • Episcopal Diocese of Missouri

  • Ethical Society of St Louis

  • Faith for Justice

  • Generate Health

  • Greater KC Women’s Political Caucus

  • Heartland Alliance for Progress

  • Jewish Community Relations Council of St. Louis

  • Kol Rinah

  • League of Women Voters of Missouri

  • Linwood United Church—Presbyterian

  • Missouri Action Alliance

  • Missouri Mid-South Conference, United Church of Christ

  • National Council of Jewish Women St. Louis

  • Missouri Women’s Political Caucus

  • National Women’s Political Caucus – St. Louis

  • Peace Church United Church of Christ (Kansas City)

  • Pro-Choice MO

  • ProgressWomen


  • Reproaction

  • Society for Humanistic Judaism, St. Louis Havurah

  • St. Mark Hope and Peace Lutheran Church

  • Women’s Voices Raised for Social Justice

Community and faith leaders

  • Rev. Kathie Adams-Shepherd

  • Ellen Alper

  • Judy Ancel

  • Rev. Mike Angell

  • Rabbi Noah Arrow

  • Cheryl Barnes

  • Barbara Beier

  • Shira Berkowitz

  • Alex Cook

  • Rev. Dr. Teresa Danieley

  • Rabbi Amy Feder

  • Dianna Fine

  • Rev. Dr. Jane Fisler-Hoffman

  • Christine Guinther

  • Kohenet Rev Dr Claudia Hall

  • Amy Hammerman

  • Marlene Hammerman

  • Hal Harris

  • Michelle Heitman

  • Elizabeth Heule

  • Rev. Michelle Higgins

  • Rev. Emma Holley

  • Cynthia Holmes

  • Maureen Jordan

  • Rev. Dr. Deborah Krause

  • Marsha Lerenberg

  • Rev. Dr. Love Holt and Quintessence

  • Laura Loyacono

  • Nancy Lintz

  • Hon. Judy Morgan

  • Rev. Mary Nelson

  • Beth Newman

  • Hon. Stacey Newman

  • Gary & Marilyn Ratkin

  • Margie Richcreek

  • Rev. Dr. Kristin Riegel

  • Dana Sandweiss

  • Mallory Schwarz

  • Rabbi Scott Shafrin

  • Victoria Singer

  • Jeanne Snodgrass

  • Sarah Starnes

  • Rev. Michael Stephens

  • Carol Wesley

  • Kathy While

  • Ed Wright

As The Supreme Court Redefines ‘Religious Freedom,’ Faith Groups Plan To Push Back

Do you live in Missouri and support abortion access?

Join AU and help us protect the separation of church and state and abortion access for all.

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