CompassCare vs. Cuomo Lawsuit On June 5th, U.S. District Court Judge Thomas McAvoy ruled on the lawsuit CompassCare v Cuomo. The lawsuit challenges a new labor law forcing Christian organizations, including churches, to employ people who do not align with the organization’s beliefs and mission. We are currently considering our legal options, but our principles
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No sane woman wants to have an abortion. She feels stuck, trapped, like she needs to have an abortion. Her circumstances, culture, and relationships coerce her to make a decision she would not otherwise make. The mission of CompassCare is an expression of the Church’s desire to erase the need for abortion in her mind,
“And there will no longer be any night; and they will not have need of the light of a lamp nor the light of the sun, because the Lord God will illumine them; and they will reign forever and ever” (Revelation 22:5). But until that glorious day when faith becomes sight and the abode of
America has scar tissue on her soul. It seems calloused beyond all feeling. Congress continues to think that protecting the weak by use of the law is a matter for debate, even after the Planned Parenthood baby parts scandal broke. The argument for abortion has mostly been that a woman can do with her own
True! Abortions in New York State fell by 18% between 2008 and 2012. Meanwhile Monroe County, home to Rochester, abortion rates dropped by almost twice that-34%! The Rochester abortion trend reversal continues. While abortionists are just as plentiful as they ever have been in Rochester, the number of women getting abortions is at its
A woman considering abortion is 8 times more likely to choose to have her baby if she comes to CompassCare than if she goes to Planned Parenthood! Why? Abortion rates in Rochester dropped by 29% according to the most recent data available. That decrease is twice what the rest of the state and country experienced.