Women of Color in the Episcopal Church Conference
Come to the 2017 EWHP Conference to hear stories of women of color, whether Native American, Latina, or Asian and share ways the Church can be an even more effective instrument of justice, peace and opportunity for all the beloved people of God.
On Monday evening, our Opening Eucharist Homilist will be the new Bishop of Indianapolis, the Rt. Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burroughs, the first African-American woman Diocesan in the Episcopal Church.
The Tuesday Keynote Speaker is the Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, Canon Theologian at the Washington National Cathedral and the Susan D. Morgan Distinguished Professor of Religion at Goucher College in Baltimore. Presentations offer additional voices with opportunities for you to add your voice. “Servant Sharing” Thursday morning allows you to share a 3-5 minute vignette of an Episcopal Woman of Color who touched your life.
This conference is open to everyone. Attend the entire conference or join just for day. We hope to draw attendees representing the diversity we reflect as God’s children.