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Our Mission

Black Clergywomen of the United Methodist Church is an organization of clergywomen of African descent who serve in ministry at various levels of the United Methodist Church. Our mission is to provide advocacy and support for Black Clergywomen in all areas of ministry within the Church. We commit our lives, our gifts, and our service to move the United Methodist Church toward authentic, inclusive ministry.

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We commit our lives, our gifts, and our service to move the United Methodist Church toward authentic, inclusive ministry.

 
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We have the ability to make a better church while working together, we have the power to create one. Connect with us to learn about the great things we are doing today and how you can help. Events happen on an annual basis and are planned to strengthen you on your path as a clergy woman in the United Methodist Church.

Our goal is to identify, develop, support, and enhance opportunities for the inclusion and empowerment of black clergywomen at all levels of the United Methodist Church.We are a group of African American Clergy Women of the United Methodist Church who are committed to the development of our members through annual meetings. We solicit the support of Clergy and Laypersons who are supportive and committed to the development of Clergy Women.

 

Partnerships

Together our organization forms an alliance to make a difference in the United Methodist Church and our world.These relationships focus on mutual respect, service, support, and prayer for the partner. Learn how you or your church can develop a partnership that is both trans-formative and inspirational.

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Get involved

In addition to the elected officers positions, i.e., President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer, Special Committee Chairpersons are solicited throughout the year. We provide and support leadership development of our members to give the opportunity to realize their full potential and to participate in the life of the greater body of the United Methodist Church and society.