Post Abortion Counseling & Education


"And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." John 8:32

 If you have had an abortion and are hurting, your feelings are normal. You are not alone. We invite you to join our Post-Abortion Support Group where you will find care and understanding. Using Scripture and the workbook, Forgiven & Set Free, A Post-Abortion Bible Study, by Linda Cochran, along with fellowship and prayer, we look to Jesus Christ as our Guide, our Comfort, and our Savior.

The healing process takes time and is helped by the support and understanding of others who listen and care.

For more confidential information, please call Cindy at 404.863.9396.


To provide a safe place for women to meet and share the pain of their post abortion experience(s). To deal with the grief issues associated with the abortion(s). To experience forgiveness. And to successfully cope with the ongoing reminders of that experience.


The purpose of PACE Ministry, under the authority of Perimeter Church is to offer assistance to women who are experiencing difficulty as a result of a past abortion, through sensitive, compassionate, and confidential support. As lay counselors, we do not provide therapy but will make referrals to professional counseling as requested or required. Using the infallible word of God as our guide, our goal is to aid women in their own emotional and spiritual healing realizing that the choice for healing is theirs alone. As the foundation to our ministry we claim John 8:32, where our Lord states, "And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."


Post-abortion stress or Syndrome (PAS) is the inability to resolve emotional disturbances occurring from having had an abortion. It may be an immediate or delayed reaction which can surface at any time in a person's life. When it does occur, it can be confusing, painful, and overwhelming. Symptoms may include: guilt, depression, anxiety, anger, feelings of emptiness, difficulty with intimacy, frequent crying, intense desire to become pregnant again, anniversary reaction, feelings of hopelessness, troubled relationships, suicidal urges, drug/alcohol abuse, nightmare, flashbacks to the abortion, anorexia or other eating disorders, difficulty in bonding with children, and alienation from God.