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Women are leading ministry and contributing much needed perspectives, talents, and efforts to advance the kingdom here in New England. However, oftentimes we are not offered the support and community we need to lead. That's why this forum exists. To give us a place to share our experience and have conversations with other women so that we can all grow in how we lead. 


Join this forum to connect with fellow female ministry leaders for encouragement, support, and equipping. Through peer-led small groups and larger group learning opportunities, we offer various ways to build community with other women in Christian leadership who share similar challenges and experiences.


Interested? Sign up here to join, we'll inform you of all events and groups!

Speaking of which, our new Freedom To Be Forum starts this February 3! Learn more by listening to this video invite from Victoria Kowarick and Sharon Kumar below:


Freedom to Be: 
Across Contexts

During our first forum on February 3, we'll discuss what it looks like to reach  different ministry frameworks to support and encourage one another.

What does it mean for us, as female Christian leaders, to have the freedom to be?


On February 3, we're kicking off a series of three online conversations for women in Christian leadership, to explore together what it means to thrive in Christian leadership and have the "freedom to be" who God is forming us to be!


We recognize the challenges that our context, generation and culture can have on our ability to embrace our gifts. Over the three events, we hope to raise awareness and deepen our view of the meaning, breadth and depth of living across contexts, generations and cultures as gifted daughters of the King.


Rather than ask an expert, this online forum will be a conversation among those attending. To make it a safe place, this conversation will not be recorded so there’s only one way to join in!


Sign up now to join us as we talk about "Freedom to Be: Across Contexts" on February 3, "Freedom to Be: Across Generations" on March 3, and "Freedom to Be: Across Cultures" on March 31. Each of these conversations will take place online and go from 12pm-1:30pm.

Thanks to our sponsor, World Vision!


The Women in Christian Leadership gatherings are chances to listen to the heart of other Christian women, to experience their passions for Christ and His church, their inner and outer fears, dreads, joys and sorrows.

Dr. Annette Wright, Adjunct Professor, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary


To learn more about this forum, why not check out the forum series from 2021? These are combined talks and Q&A that include small group conversation. Watch below to discover what Rev. Gloria White-Hammond, Carolyn Custis James, and Sarah Shin had to share:

Rev. Dana Baker, Director, Boston Trauma Healing Collaborative

Annmarie Boulay, Director of Women’s and Connection Ministry, Wintonbury Church, CT and CEO of the CT Underground

Rev. Victoria Kowarick, Former Pastor at Walnut Hill Community Church, CT

Sharon Kumar, Team Leader, Cru Boston

Yvonne Mitto, President of Mitto & Associates and Executive Director of John Maxwell Team

Dr. Annette Wright, Adjunct Professor, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary


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