Quick Facts

May 1948 by the General Council of the Reformed Episcopal Church during Bishop Joseph Kearney’s tenure.

To unify, coordinate, and stimulate the work of the Women in the Reformed Episcopal Church; to encourage the women’s societies to organize under one unit to be known as the Women of the Church to unite in prayer and Bible Study throughout the denomination.
(Note: The name was changed to Committee on Women’s Ministry during the 51st General Council of the REC in 2005.)

Membership and Chairperson:
The Presiding Bishop appoints a committee for a term of three years. Appointed members elect a chairperson.

Meeting Dates:
Scheduled committee meetings are in May and October each year during a designated time within Women’s Day Project Luncheon and the Spiritual Enrichment Conference.

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