Kansas Episcopal Church celebrates 42 years of abortion with fundraiser for Planned Parenthood

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St. James Episcopal Church
Michael F. Haverluck reports for One News Now that on Jan. 22, 2015, to celebrate the 42nd anniversary of the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that opened the floodgates to the killing of the unborn in America, St. James Episcopal Church in Wichita, Kansas, is hosting a “Chili for Choice” event to bring more money to Planned Parenthood of Kansas & Mid-Missouri.
In other words, a supposedly Christian church is hosting a fund-raiser to abort kill unborn human beings.
St. James Episcopal is encouraging its congregation to not only buy tickets or sponsorships, but to invite friends and family to endorse abortion-on-demand. Ticket prices range from an “income-sensitive” $20 all the way up to $1,000.
Not that Planned Parenthood (PP) actually needs the Episcopal church’s fundraiser because:
1. U.S. taxpayers — including taxpayers in Wichita, Kansas — already “subsidize” PP to the tune of $528 million in fiscal year 2013-2014 — more than $1.4 million a day — or 41% of PP’s revenue. In fact, PP has raked in over $3 billion in taxpayer funds during President Barack “Lucifer” Obama’s 6 years in office — an increase of 43% since Obama took office in 2009. Not coincidentally, abortions have increased 8% during his presidency. That would account for why PP has hailed Obama as its “champion”; that is also why Dr. James Dobson called Obama the “abortion president.”
2. Planned Parenthood really doesn’t need St. James Episcopal Church’s chili fundraiser because PP is extremely profitable. An analysis by the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List discovered that the abortion mill reported more than $127 million in excess revenue, and more than $1.4 billion in net assets.
Back to St. James Episcopal Church.
Although Susan B. Anthony List found that abortions made up 94% of Planned Parenthood’s “services” in 2013, a representative of St. James answering the phones told a pro-life advocate that PP doesn’t do abortions.
Wichita’s St. James is not the only U.S. Episcopal church in league with the Devil.
LifeNews reported last September that in Louisiana, an Episcopal priest circulated a letter calling Christians to support the construction of a new Planned Parenthood abortion facility in New Orleans – the abortion epicenter of Louisiana.
Here’s something you can do about taxpayers being forced to subsidize Planned Parenthood’s baby killing —

Tell your Congressional representatives to support the Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act.

Life News reports that more than 80 House members of the new 114th Congress have re-introduced a bill to defund Planned Parenthood. Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act would ensure that Title X family planning grants are used for their intended purpose and are prohibited from being used by organizations that provide abortions or fund those that do.
Representative Diane Black, a pro-life congresswoman from Tennessee, is the lead sponsor of the bill along with Reps. Bill Flores (R-TX), Jackie Walorski (R-IN), Pro-Life Caucus Co-Chairman Chris Smith (R-NJ), and Rep. Joe Pitts (R-PA).

Contact info for St. James Episcopal Church:

Dawn Frankfurt

Dawn Frankfurt

Rector: “The Reverend” Dawn Frankfurt
3750 East Douglas Avenue, Wichita, KS 67208
Ph: (316) 683-5686
To send an email: https://stjameswichita.org/?page_id=530
Website: https://www.stjameswichita.org/
H/t FOTM’s MomOfIV
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0 responses to “Kansas Episcopal Church celebrates 42 years of abortion with fundraiser for Planned Parenthood

  1. Two words that should never be joined together, church and abortion. How utterly disgusting and gross!! I hope the “Chile For Choice” fundraiser gives all the participants heartburn. Why am I also not surprised to find that their so called “Reverend” is a woman. No doubt another fem-nazi. What a twisted, evil woman leading an obviously demon centered “church.”

  2. I am an old-fashioned fuddy duddy when it comes to ministers, preachers and church leaders because I think ALL ministers/preachers should be male with one wife. So right off the bat I am totally against this so-called church. Add to that their planned celebration of abortion, there are not words to discribe this situation. The Bible does tell us that “…..in those days they will call evil good and good evil….” and “…..that there will be a falling away of saints….” May the Lord have mercy on our souls and may he come quickly!

  3. Kevin J Lankford

    Not surprised the pastor turns out to be some ugly dingbat. Gotta be the ultimate expression of spite.
    I also have to wonder, what does the church congregation look like?

  4. Around here at least, the Episcopal church has become on a level with Unitarians, new agers, etc “do what though wilt”
    I used to attend an Episcopal church on my neighborhood, then the rector retired and was replaced by a lesbian couple. At her installation they had afrikan ooga booga voodoo drums, Buddhists, Hindus, Wiccans, feminazis and other riffraff, celebrating that “all paths lead to salvation”….shortly after it was “exit stage left” for me. I must have been the defective one since everyone else ate up the new rector’s theology
    I attended a few more Episcopal churches to test the water and they were not much different
    On the occasions I attend church I’ve been going to a small non denominational Christian church. I have to mind my P’s and Q’s since the congregation is leftist leaning and thinks pResident Lucifer is just the cat’s pajamas and they support unlimited 3rd world immigration among other things like not wanting to discuss the NWO and Luciferian leaders.

  5. Done drunk the progressive left/liberal Kool Aid they have…

  6. Puking now…

  7. Reblogged this on Patriotic Gofer and commented:
    Anyone, be it through a church or on their own, who condones murder, I fully believe will meet a very harsh Judgment. To kill any baby, regardless of how long it has been growing in the womb, is murder. Even the child of a rapist deserves a life. That child was given life by the miracle God gave us to create lives.
    We should pray that churches like this, reform and repent from their hearts. There is no excuse for a church purporting to worship God, the Father and Creator.

  8. “, a representative of St. James answering the phones told a pro-life advocate that PP doesn’t do abortions.” They are woefully ignorant.

  9. . . . and wouldn’t you just know that the “Reverend” of this church would turn out to be some fat,squirrely, rabid, chick who must hate babies. I would not be surprised in the least if she “has an aversion to men.” Why any “church” would align themselves to an organization that murders babies, I don’t know. To act in this manner is the antithesis of Godliness. Whoa be unto those who do not use their God-given brains to get the dickens away from an organization such as this. They become personally responsible when they go along with helping to fund these satanic activities.

  10. I’ve known some Episcopalians who are great Christians. But it seems the larger part of the Episcopal Church is now apostate, rejecting both the Bible and their own traditions.

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  12. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this amazing post. I pray for the Church of England and/or Episcopalians by asking St. Thomas More to intercede for them and help them in their return to the Catholic Faith.

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