Affirming and empowering women in leadership at all levels in churches.
Women In Ministry
Participants sensed the Holy Spirit’s presence throughout the twelfth biennial conference of the Wesleyan Holiness Women Clergy.
Key leaders from five denominations gathered to discuss challenges and opportunities for women in ministry, diversity and women in ministry, and more.
Tell me about a woman (beyond your family members) who has had a big impact on your spiritual life.
Some important actions were passed during the 129th session of the General Board of The Wesleyan Church, which met at the denominational headquarters in Fishers, Indiana.
Her language, Aramaic, is the language of Jesus. Suffering persecution, she had to flee Iraq. Juliet Jamil, an ordained Wesleyan minister, has had a unique ministry among Chaldeans in California.
This marks the first time in the N.A.Wesleyan Church that a woman is serving as a district superintendent. She and her husband, Karl, were elected with an extended call by an overwhelming margin.
Dr. Carla Sunberg is the 10th president of Nazarene Theological Seminary, and its first woman president. The seminary is strengthening its emphasis on pastoral preparation.
Over 140 years of Women in Ministry – The Wesleyan Church
For 20 years the Wesleyan/Holiness Women Clergy organization has convened the “Come to the Water” Conference. This year’s conference was held in the Colorado Rockies.
A self-proclaimed Wesleyan “since I’ve been in the womb,” Rev. Heather Semple shepherds Red Cedar Community Church in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.