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The Rev. HiRho Y. Park. Photo by Mike DuBose, United Methodist Communications.

Women in Leadership

We honor the women, who as preachers, leaders, teachers, missionaries, and organizers, have shaped the history of the Methodist Church. Read More

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How thick is the stained-glass ceiling?

A new National Congregations Study report from Duke University finds that only 11 percent of U.S. congregations are led by women. Read More

Photos of the children are mingled with the diplomas and awards on the wall of Rev. Julie K. Fleurinor's office in Resurrection United Methodist Church in Chicago.  From left, Jaron, Fleurinor, Eniyah, Erica and Cyrus.

Pastor fills parsonage with foster children, follows call

'God didn’t bring me this beautiful parsonage to live in it alone.' Rev. Julie Fleurinor's congregation says her foster children have enriched the church. Read More

The Rev. Molly Simpson confirms a young church member. From story in Interpreter Magazine. Photo courtesy of Molly Simpson.

Women church planters reach new disciples

'We were ready to take risks, to try new things, and if they didn't work, we made the changes necessary.' Interpreter Magazine profiles two female pastors. Read More

The Rev. Qianli Jiang delivers the sermon during worship at Mu’en Church in Shanghai, China. Established by Methodist missionaries in 1887, the church formerly was known as the Moore Memorial Church. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS

Women’s History Month from the pulpit

Sermon preparation notes from GCSRW for March lectionary texts illuminate God’s word through the experiences of women. Read More

UMTV: Pastor Leads Nigerian Women

One of first Nigerian female clergy, Musa Iliya helps girls be leaders, "see themselves as equally created in the image and likeness of God." View

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