Dawn Wiggins Hare asks, “Do you share and live the message of Christ that women and men are created equally in the image of God?”
The Lewis Center annually reports on U.S. clergy age trends in The United Methodist Church, drawing on statistics from Wespath. Here are the latest findings.
52 clergywomen share experiences of sexual harassment and practical suggestions for improved behavior.
How we talk matters. “It starts with not calling us ‘girls,’” says the Rev. Melanie Lee Carey.
Liberia’s bishop Samuel Quire Jr. encourages congregations to show women ‘they are partners in everything we do.”
A new video, #HerTruth, shares painful stories of women called into ministry.
The church’s agency for women’s advocacy lays out accomplishments in its 2016 Agency Report.
Some 450 participants from 27 countries attended the Global United Methodist Clergywomen’s Gathering in Houston.
Rev. Heather Murray Elkins stayed home from the Clergywomen’s Gathering in Texas. Here’s why.
“ONE: Birthing a Worldwide Church” is the theme of the international gathering of United Methodist Clergywomen in Houston, TX, Aug. 29-31, 2016. An opportunity to strengthen partnership of global Methodist women leaders. Click here to register.