Compassion & Choices is starting a new initiative to work collaboratively with faith leaders. These relationships will allow information about Compassion and Choices’ mission to be shared and empower faith leaders to best serve parishioners as they face end-of-life issues.
“I have devoted my life to teaching people that our creator is a loving God who does not want people to suffer. That’s why I am honored to help Compassion & Choices expand end-of-life care options that enable people to die peacefully at home, surrounded by their loved ones.”
– Rev. Madison T. Shockley, pastor, Pilgrim United Church of Christ and Compassion & Choices board member.