Meet Our Plaintiffs

Many people, including the plaintiffs in our case against the state of Missouri, support abortion because of their religious beliefs.

Their religious freedom is violated when a contrary religious belief is given the force of law by extreme legislators.


Rev Traci Blackman

Rev. Traci Blackmon

Associate General Minister of Justice & Local Church Ministries for The United Church of Christ

Meet Rev. Blackmon

Maharat Rori Picker Neiss

Maharat Rori Picker Neiss

Senior Vice President for Community Relations, Jewish Council for Public Affairs

Meet Maharat Neiss

Rt. Rev. Deon K. Johnson

Eleventh Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri

Meet Bishop Johnson

Rabbi Andrea Goldstein

Rabbi at Congregation Shaare Emeth

Meet Rabbi Goldstein

Rep. Barbara Phifer

Rev. Barbara Phifer

Retired United Methodist minister and State Representative for District 90

Meet Rev. Phifer

Rabbi Jim Bennett

Rabbi Jim Bennett

Senior Rabbi at Congregation Shaare Emeth

Meet Rabbi Bennett

Rabbi Susan Talve

Rabbi at Central Reform Congregation

Meet Rabbi Talve

Rev. Darryl Gray

Pastor at Greater Fairfax Missionary Baptist Church

Meet Rev. Gray

Rev. Holly McKissick

Rev. Holly McKissick

Lead Pastor at Peace Church UCC in Kansas City, Missouri

Meet Rev. McKissick

Rev. Krista Taves

Rev. Krista Taves

Lead Minister, Eliot Unitarian Chapel, Kirkwood, MO

Meet Rev. Taves

Rev. Molly Housh Gordon

Rev. Molly Housh Gordon

Minister at Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbia

Meet Rev. Gordon

Rev. Cindy Bumb

Rev. Cindy Bumb

Retired United Church of Christ minister

Meet Rev. Bumb

Rabbi Douglas Alpert

Rabbi of Congregation Kol Ami, Kansas City, MO

Meet Rabbi Alpert

Rev. Jan Barnes

Retired United Church of Christ minister

Meet Rev. Barnes

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