Monthly Archives: July 2018


Betty Field

Betty Field was born and raised in North Dakota, but raised her family in Rapid City, SD.  While living in South Dakota Betty worked in the Human Services field as a Youth and Family Crisis Intervention Specialist for several years before becoming the Executive Director of the Black Hills Center for Equality. She has called Colorado Springs home since 2011.  Since moving to Colorado Betty has served as a volunteer Community Action Team Leader for Planned Parenthood of the Rockies, ran for Federal office and has continued her advocacy for reproductive choice by taking part in many educational, volunteer and activism opportunities.


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Rev. Nina Churchman

I worked as a Civil (Environmental) engineer at EPA’s regional office in Denver for 14 years in the hazardous waste and Superfund sections. I was ordained as an Episcopal Priest in the Diocese of Colorado in 1995 and served in parishes in the metro area for 20 years. I also worked as a chaplain at University Hospital in Aurora. I previously served on the CORCRC board for about 10 years.


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Blog: News Update – July 26, 2018

Dear Friend of CORCRC, Is your instinct of self-preservation encouraging you to avoid the news while your socially-conscience self reminds you that avoidance is not an affordable luxury in such outrageous times? We are here to offer relief to this daily dilemma. To ease your conflict and strengthen your activist side, know that a recent poll conducted by NBC and the Wall Street Journal shows that more voters are in support of abortion rights than not! Support for Roe v. Wade Hits New High More good news: Support for Roe is reflected in the attitudes that voters have towards the Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.  The polls reveal that he is not a ‘shoe-in’.  Lack of support for this candidate must be made clear so that his nomination can comfortably be defeated. Now, some...


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Blog: News Update – July 12, 2018

Dear Friend of CORCRC, President Trump has nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.   His name was recently added to the list of handpicked conservative candidates that Trump touted during the presidential campaign. Concern for the rights of women and the health of Roe versus Wade are a major concern.  A Washington Post article emphasized the glee expressed by the religious right when this announcement was made and included a statement by the RCRC.  Mollie Katz (RCRC Communications Director) clearly summarized RCRC’s views about pregnant people making their own decisions based on their own conscience and their diverse religious beliefs regarding abortion.  RCRC origins in the Clergy Consultation Service were mentioned as an example of how clergy have reacted to restrictive laws in the past. It is important to review Kavanaugh’s...


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