History

Each fall since 2012, over 65 North Carolina clergy women gathered for two days of celebrating, learning, worshiping, and community building. Participants commented that the festival was “refreshing,” “healing,” and “overwhelmingly wonderful.” Attendees represented the African Methodist Episcopal, Baptist, Episcopalian, Lutheran, Methodist, Mennonite, Moravian, Non-denominational, Presbyterian, United Church of Christ, Holiness, and Quaker traditions. They serve as solo pastors in rural congregations, associate pastors in urban settings, chaplains in hospitals, senior pastors of multi-staff congregations, professors, students, lay preachers, and executive directors of non-profits. We hope you will want to add your name to the list and join us for a celebration of proclamation!

Photos from the 2016 festival:

Photos from the 2015 festival:

Photos from the 2014 festival:

Photos from the first festival in 2012:

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