Theological Statement on Health Care. Los Angeles Council of Religious Leaders Health Care Task Force. Armenian Orthodox. Episcopal. Anabaptist. Roman Catholic. Hebrew Union College. Board of Rabbis. Disciples of Christ. Methodist. Presbyterian.
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Los Angeles Council of Religious Leaders
Health Care Task Force
Hebrew Union College
Board of Rabbis
Disciples of Christ
PresbyterianLos Angeles Council of Religious Leaders
After graduation, Joe stayed in his college town and got a job at a local skateboard shop – but no benefits. He was without medical coverage when he had his skateboarding accident.Joe – a young adult
After the divorce, Ellen lost coverage for herself and her baby. The “well-child care” that is so important is not free for the uninsured… let alone if something serious happens to Ellen or Marcus.Ellen – a single mom
Domingo has worked in the fields of California for 34 years. He has raised his children and paid his taxes and been a good member of the community. But he has never had health care coverage.Domingo – a farm worker
Rising costs He has raised his children and paid his taxes and been a good member of the community. But he has never had health care coverage.
Providers charge more
Insurers charge more
Employers shift costs or drop coverageIt’s a vicious cycle
“Who is my neighbor?”
God created humankind in his image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.
Justice, and only justice you shall pursue.
Fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion…over every living thing.
What will you do?