Justice Saturday with Rev. Terry Williams of Ohio RCRC

Today’s edition features the work of Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. During this time of pandemic, everything has shifted – except the need for healthcare. Learn how Ohio RCRC is reaching out to help others in unique and caring ways.

Rev. Marian is a Board member of Ohio RCRC. For more information, go to www.ohiorcrc.org.

Rev. Terry Williams is an Ordained Minister of the United Church of Christ, currently serving as pastor of a congregation in Chillicothe. A native of southern Appalachian Ohio, he is active in ecumenical and social justice movements across the greater Ohio region that center the voices of marginalized persons in the determination of their own future.

Educated at Ohio Wesleyan University and The Methodist Theological School in Ohio, Rev. Williams has earned a B.A. in Religion; a M.Div. with a specialization in biblical languages and texts; and a MTS degree with an emphasis in Christian Theology and Ethics. Interpreting the Bible with special attention to the ethical, moral, and social implications of a religious reading of scripture, Rev. Williams gives voice to religious values that honor both science and sacred text as important sources of moral authority. He is committed to uniting strong theological conviction with deep spiritual experiences in ways which transform, heal, and empower people to live meaningful lives for the benefit of God’s whole creation.