As people of religious faith and conviction
Faith Aloud supports reproductive justice for every person.
Because we have faith in women
we support all pregnancy options.
Faith Aloud was incorporated in 1982. We are people of diverse religious beliefs, denominations, and practices. Our mission is to eliminate the religious stigma of abortion.
Amanda Kifferly, BA President New Jersey
Saskia Shuman, MHS Vice-PresidentNew York
The Reverend Teresa K.M. Danieley, MDiv, MPP TreasurerMissouri
Adele Coble, MA Secretary Florida
Kathleen Adams, MA New York
Rabbi Amy Bigman, MAHL Michigan
LeRoy H. Carhart, MD Nebraska
The Reverend Dr. John C. Dorhauer, DMin Arizona
Kelly Hopkins, BS Oregon
Shannon Nobles, BA Michigan
Marva Sadler Texas
Pam Starsia, JD New York
Molly Toth, BA Ohio
Your donations help us provide training to clergy counselors, keep our phone lines open, and provide the very best spiritual resources to women before and after abortion.
The Rev. Rebecca Turner has been Executive Director of Faith Aloud since June of 2001.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO and a Master of Arts from New Orleans Theological Seminary, then pursued doctoral-level studies in theology and ministry from Eden Theological Seminary. She holds joint ministerial standing in the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
In 2012 she was named one of "13 Religious Women to Watch: Changing the World for Good" by the Center for American Progress. In 2010 she was given the "Person of the Year Award" by the Abortion Care Network and in 2009 the award for "Outstanding Contributions to Advance Women's Equality" by the Missouri Women's Network.
Turner has been featured in Time Magazine, on PBS “Religion and Ethics Newsweekly”, on CNN “Anderson Cooper 360”, in the documentaries “Beyond the Politics of Life and Choice” and “South Dakota”, and in newspaper and web stories around the United States.
Karon Majeel Hatchett is Civic Engagement Coordinator.
She is a former elections administrator, and current community advocate, specializing in civic engagement and voting. She served nine years in the Elections Division of the Colorado Department of State as a trainer and campaign and political finance expert; and three years with the Denver Election Commission as Executive Director.
Hatchett has served as a board member and advocate with both public and nonprofit community outreach organizations; including: the African-American Voter Information and Registration Project, The Women’s Family Action Network (CO Women’s Foundation) and the Mayor’s Race and Gender Disparity Committee (City and County of Denver. In 2006, she was recognized for her distinguished service and civic engagement by the Colorado Black Women for Political Action (CBWPA).
Hatchett is a St. Louis native and is excited to serve the bi-state region through civic engagement at Faith Aloud.