In 2006, The Episcopal Church’s Executive Council affirmed its membership in a pro-choice organization called the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC). Since then, five dioceses (Albany, Mississippi, Pittsburgh, Quincy, and Springfield) have adopted resolutions objecting to the decision.
In addition, two resolutions were introduced at General Convention seeking to rescind the RCRC affiliation, but were rejected, and two dioceses (San Diego and Virginia) considered resolutions expressing concern with TEC’s choice. Also, conferences representing United Methodists in eastern Tennessee, South Indiana, and Northwest Texas passed resolutions calling on their denomination to withdraw its membership of RCRC.
What is it about the RCRC that creates this response? Could it be one of the following reasons?. . .
Read it all and remember that when you contribute to your diocese that sends money to the national church, you are contributing to an organization that supports abortion at any stage. Here's an earlier posting I did on the RCRC.
H/t to TitusOneNine.