Black clergywomen support one another


Hollering for Change is the name of a series of commentaries by The Rev. Dr. Tori Butler for United Methodist News. Graphic by Laurens Glass, UM News. 

In this episode of “Hollering for Change,” the Rev. Dr. Tori Butler speaks with the leadership team of the Black Clergywomen of The United Methodist Church, which held its annual meeting July 31-Aug. 2 in Washington, D.C. The caucus is celebrating its 20th year of connecting, equipping and supporting Black clergywomen in all types of appointments and extension ministry.

View related video, Hollering for Change: Self-care and the “ministry of rest”

Read related report on the Black Clergywomen of The United Methodist Church caucus gathering in Washington July 31-Aug. 2, Attendees of Black clergywomen’s event encouraged to ‘Be You’

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