A church hosts an assisted suicide 'crossing over ceremony' in its sanctuary: Here's the Inside Story

Churchill Park United Church
Churchill Park United Church of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. |

A Canadian church recently held an assisted suicide in its sanctuary for an elderly woman suffering from ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), calling the event a “crossing over ceremony.”

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