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“Create in me a clean heart, O God.” —Ps. 51:10

Women in Ministry Profiles

Racial Ethnic and Women's Ministries seeks to lift up and celebrate women throughout the church. In this section, you'll meet women who are leaders within the church, women who seek to share their love of Jesus Christ with others. Be a witness to their faith journeys, share their inspiring stories with others, and tell us about women in ministry whom you feel are a positive example for us all.

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This regular feature will profile a woman in the PC(USA) whose vocation is the ministry.  Do you or a woman you know want to participate? Email us.

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A Lifetime of Faith

Meet Frances Taylor Gench
By Jessica Denson 

To say that faith runs in the Rev. Frances Taylor Gench’s family is a massive understatement. She’s a fifth-generation Presbyterian minister and has been married for more than 31 years to the Rev. Roger J. Gench, senior pastor of the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C.  Her “experience of Christian grace” began before she could even consciously form thoughts about her infant baptism.

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