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.
In 2016 The United Methodist Church elected the most women in any new class of bishops in its history, including Bishop Laurie A. Haller.
A celebration of 60 years of full clergy rights for women will take place in Houston, TX.
HEATHER HAHN United Methodist News Service A woman’s place can be behind the wheel of racecars, at the front of corporate boardrooms and along the U.S. presidential campaign trail. But for many U.S. congregations, a woman still has no place in the pulpit.