Hosted by the Social Transformation Program
Led by Rev. Kelli Clement (’10)
Students and religious leaders are wrestling with the implications of the end of Roe v. Wade, signaled by the leaked decision from the US Supreme Court. In three sessions, we will explore various aspects of the intersections of faith and reproductive health, rights and justice: theology and morality, pastoral care, and activism. Attend one or all of the sessions, in person or online.
June 8: The current landscape; addressing our own grief; theological and moral questions
July 13: Pastoral care for reproductive decisions and loss; telling our stories
August 3: Activism for reproductive rights from a faith perspective
Rev. Kelli’s recent blog post gives will give you an idea of her perspective.
The Rev. Kelli Clement is Assistant Minister at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, where her portfolio includes Social Justice and Pastoral Care. She also serves as quarter-time minister for the St. Croix Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Wisconsin. A 2010 MDiv graduate and former Board member of United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, Kelli is the former Executive Director of the Minnesota Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice and worked as a training consultant for the national office of RCRC, educating clergy around the country in pastoral care for reproductive decisions and reproductive loss. Art play as a spiritual practice helps her cope with living through the apocalypse.