Forward Movement’s new release, Bible Women: All Their Words and Why They Matter, has been awarded top honors by Independent Publishers as one of the year’s best books for Bible study. Authored by Lindsay Hardin Freeman the book received a […]
The Board of the Episcopal Women’s History Project will meet Dec. 3-4 at The Virginia Theological Seminary.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong has issued a call for papers for their June 25-26, 2015 conference entitled "Christian Women in Chinese Society—The Anglican Story." All the details can be found HERE.
Our Summer 2014 Timelines has just been published. You can read it Here It has reactions to the recent conference in Salt Lake, news about election of officers, grants, a president's message and a "Footnotes to History" article on Constance […]
Mrs. Margaret Gough was a devoted member of St. Boniface Episcopal Church and served on the Altar Guild, the Boniface Society, the Board of Directors of the Day Care Center and a Lector for over 30 years. Margaret was instrumental […]
After that wonderful meeting at Dobbs Ferry, I thought there was no way to enlarge one’s perspective on EWHP, but this meeting in San Antonio added to and enlarged our task as we faithfully record and inspire with the lives […]