Linda L. Belleville is an adjunct professor of New Testament at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, a Christian liberal arts school associated with Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Mich. She contributed a chapter in support of women in ministry to the book Two Views on Women in Ministry.
Femmes et Hommes, Egalite, Droits et Libertes dans les Eglises et la Societe — or Men and Women Equality, Rights and Liberties in the Churches and Society — is an ecumenical French organization that promotes women’s equality in churches and beyond. It is based in Paris. Contact via the form on the group’s website.
Women and the Australian Church is an organization that works for an inclusive church. Though originally a Catholic organization, it is now ecumenical and does some interfaith work as well. It maintains a list of local groups and their contacts. It is led by a committee of women appointed for one year. It is based […]
Miriam Duignan is a leader with Women’s Ordination Worldwide, an international organization that advocates for women’s ordination and other leadership positions in the Catholic Church. She is based in the U.K.
Is a Washington, D.C.-based organization that advocates for women’s ordination and leadership in the Catholic Church. It is the U.S. branch of Women’s Ordination Worldwide. Erin Saez Hannah is its executive director.
Christians for Biblical Equality promotes “gift-based” rather than gender-based ministry. In 2007 the organization compiled a report of the positions of most American denominations on women in leadership positions. Mimi Haddad is president. The group is based in Minneapolis.
The Rev. Nancy Wittig was one of the “Philadelphia Eleven,” the first 11 women ordained by the Episcopal Church in 1974. She is now retired but works part time as an assisting minister at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Lakewood, Ohio.
Maria Thornton McClain is a Catholic Womanpriest who leads St. Mary of Magdala Catholic Community in Indianapolis.
Jill Jacobs is a Conservative rabbi and the executive director of T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, based in New York City. She has written and spoken about Trump administration policies and rising anti-Semitism in many outlets, including The Washington Post and NPR. Arrange an interview through Julie Wiener.