Our 2011 Women's history month resources examine United Methodist women's shared history that unites families, churches, communities, and nations.
Although women's history in church and society is iterwined with the history shared with men, several factors - social, religious,
economic and biological - have worked to create a unique sphere of women's history.
With the 2011 theme, "Our History Is Our Strenght", GCSRW offers six (6) reproducible bulletin
inserts that take women out of the footnotes of our history, and place them in the main story line.
These inserts include women such as Kendra Dunbar, executive of the General Board of Global Ministries Global Youth Network.
In addition, GCSRW offers four (4) bulletin covers, each with a historical photo and a litany on back.
These can be used at any time to present material for helping congregations honor women who have played significant
roles in our church and in the world as champions for Jesus Christ.
The free inserts are available (after Feb. 20) at www.gcsrw.org
- From the Salaries for United Methodist Clergy in the US Context study.