My concern was not on religious grounds. As a recently ordained Unitarian Universalist minister in the buckle of the Bible Belt, I sometimes counseled women coping with unwanted pregnancies. I had learned to trust women to make complex moral decisions for themselves and their families. I was worried about public relations. I knew that our clinics provided sexuality education, contraception, treatment of STD's, cancer screenings and pre-natal care. I asked, "Wouldn't beginning to offer abortion services generate a great deal of negative publicity?"