In 2023 The Church of God General Assembly passed new initiatives, including “PreacHer Sunday”, that will be celebrated in CHOG affiliated churches every March by filling the pulpits with women preachers. CWC has a long history of celebrating and supporting God’s call on the lives of women and their voices. We celebrate these new steps to continue to support you, our powerful, called, and capable sisters. 

Empowering Voices, Elevating Women:
Amplifying Jesus through the voices of women
all over the world

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 “women cannot
be preachers"

I was thirteen the first time I heard the words,

spoken into thin air and inside the walls of that place where I had always been loved, had always felt safe. The words felt like a stone thrown into the rudder of a ship, they caught me, caused me to heave forward and halt.

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Preachers Platform

Looking to fill your pulpit for an upcoming service or event?

We're curating a roster of accomplished women speakers for you.  Feel free to reach out to them for future speaking engagements .

All speakers listed are in good standing with their credentialing bodies.

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Some Protestant congregations refuse to call women to positions of pastoral leadership, based on certain passages in the New Testament epistles. Even Wesleyan Holiness congregations, which have a long history of women in pastoral ministry, are beginning to exclude women from ministry leadership.

This case study of the Church of God (Anderson, Indiana headquarters) examines the reasons for this shift and challenges churches in the Wesleyan tradition to again base ministerial vocation on individuals’ spiritual gifts rather than their gender.

Some Protestant congregations refuse to call women to positions of pastoral leadership, based on certain passages in the New Testament epistles. Even Wesleyan Holiness congregations, which have a long history of women in pastoral ministry, are beginning to exclude women from ministry leadership.

This case study of the Church of God (Anderson, Indiana headquarters) examines the reasons for this shift and challenges churches in the Wesleyan tradition to again base ministerial vocation on individuals’ spiritual gifts rather than their gender.

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Take our "Preach Like A Girl" course in our Arise Academy led by our CWC Executive Director Rev. Dr. Kimberly Majeski.

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In the video below Dr. Kimberly Majeski shares her ministry history and calling and speaks about the impact of women in ministry throughout Church of God history. She also talks about the causes that have led to fewer women in ministry today and briefly responds about 1 Corinthians 14 and 1 Timothy 2 as it relates to women in ministry.

Advocating for Women's Equality in the Church.

Women are often told they are “less than” in the Church, but we believe the Bible tells a different story.

The Junia Project provides support, encouragement, and biblically-based resources to help women thrive in all areas of life.

Learn more about The Junia Project

Engaging, Empowering, and Equipping women to lead in the Church.

Engaging, Empowering, and Equipping women to lead in the Church.

Because the radical message of holiness requires a fresh momentum of bold women leaders, Wesleyan Holiness Women Clergy is committed to advancing Christ’s Kingdom by engaging, empowering, and equipping women to lead in the Church at every level.

Learn more about Wesleyan Holiness Women Clergy