Clergywomen

Racism

Virginia church contemplates racism in the ranks

Anonymous letters criticizing the appearance of its African associate pastor have led to self-reflection for a Virginia congregation and a “Do No Harm” campaign seeking changes in The United Methodist Church.
General Church

Bishop Nhanala manages multiple crises

The first woman elected to the United Methodist episcopacy in Africa talks about the challenges that families, churches and communities are facing in Mozambique.
Social Concerns

Black clergywomen’s stories offer insights into racism

Women of color continue to encounter obstacles in ministry, but their experiences can also inspire all Christians to be more like Jesus.

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