Member Church News: International Women’s Day (and more)

You could be my daughters:” Patricia Johnson, of the Reformed Church in America, offers reflections on why she had to get involved in the fight against human trafficking.

Uniting Church in Australia Assembly General Secretary Colleen Geyer encourages everyone to pick up the phone or email a woman that has encouraged and inspired you in life.

A woman who helped hardened gang members in California turn their lives around has been appointed to lead a Highland church in Scotland.

On Sunday, 4 March, the international Sylvia Michel Prize for promoting the leadership functions of women in the church was awarded to Mery Kolimon, president of the Protestant Evangelical Church in Timor, Indonesia.

The Reformed Church of East Africa approved the ordination of women.

A consultation on Ecumenical Formation and Capacity Building for Young Dalit, Tribal/Adivasi Theologians held last month was co-sponsored by the National Council of Churches in India and EMW.

United Church of Christ congregations in Kansas and in Oklahoma are living into a conference-wide commitment to a three-year justice initiative launched in 2015 by doing work around white privilege.

English information for the I Love Taiwan Mission Camp 2018, sponsored by the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan, is now available.

The Presbyterian Peacemaking Program is sponsoring a travel study seminar to Korea this fall.

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