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Do We Really Want Gender Equity?

Most Presbyterians believe that discrimination is still a problem for women in the United States, despite anti-discrimination laws and policies. But is this still a problem in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), a denomination that has been ordaining women for decades?

Hispanic Latin Presbyterian Women come of age

In the midst of multiple tensions and ongoing polarization, both in church and society, Hispanic Latin Presbyterian Women (MHLP, Spanish acronym) came together under the theme “Connect…grow…serve,” based on Ephesians 4:14-16 for their triennial assembly.

Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area

Women’s Space: ministry for the marginalized

In Minneapolis, Kwanzaa Community Church’s Northside Women’s Space is reaching some of the most marginalized people in the community—women and children who are facing homelessness and precarious housing, poverty and unemployment, and those struggling to break the chains of sexual exploitation, prostitution and sex trafficking.


Living in Ethiopia can be difficult. Living in Ethiopia as a woman can be even more difficult. The culture here does not always view women, their worth and their capabilities, in the same way that many Western cultures view women.

Syria Survival

 Jinishian aids survival, brings dignity in Syria In April, the Christian community in Aleppo was shocked by violent attacks and the destruction caused by rocket missiles in the Suleimanie neighborhood… Read more »