Psalm 139 Project, partners place ultrasound in N.C.

Raleigh Women's Clinic staff and volunteers, along with leaders from Raleigh churches, joined ERLC President Russell Moore in a dedication ceremony for an ultrasound machine.
Photo by Rebecca Hankins/ERLC
RALEIGH, N.C. (BP) -- The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission's Psalm 139 Project, an initiative dedicated to aiding pregnancy resource centers in securing ultrasound machines and providing training, partnered with Human Coalition and six area churches to place an ultrasound machine at Human Coalition's Raleigh Women's Clinic in Raleigh, N.C. 

ERLC President Russell Moore was joined by leaders from Human Coalition's Raleigh Women's Clinic for a special dedication ceremony Oct. 24 at the clinic.

Area churches involved in the ultrasound partnership include:

-- North Wake Church, Wake Forest, N.C.

-- The Summit Church, Raleigh, N.C.

-- Imago Dei Church, Raleigh, N.C.

-- Faith Baptist Church, Youngsville, N.C.

-- Bay Leaf Baptist Church, Raleigh, N.C.

-- Crossroads Fellowship, Raleigh, N.C.

"We are grateful for our partnership with the ERLC and the six churches that came together to provide a new, state of the art 3D/4D ultrasound machine for Human Coalition's clinic in Raleigh," said Brian Fisher, president of Human Coalition.

"This machine provides clear, beautiful images that will assist our medical staff in diagnosing pregnancy and allow a woman to see her child for the first time. When women are able to connect with their children via ultrasound and access the tangible resources they need, they are more empowered to choose LIFE. We are eager to see the fruits of this ultrasound machine gift as Human Coalition continues its mission of rescuing children and serving families in Raleigh."

Human Coalition is committed to ending abortion in America. The group's National Rescue System includes women's clinics in key abortion-dense communities, like Raleigh-Durham, across the country. Human Coalition has rescued 14,197 children since its inception 10 years ago.


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