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EPISCOPAL WOMEN'S HISTORY PROJECT

TELLING STORIES: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE

Our Mission Statement: The Episcopal Women’s History Project honors women’s ministries in the Episcopal Church by listening, recording, and continuing to tell their stories.


TELLING STORIES

The year was 1980. The Episcopal Church was groaning into a new and different existence. From an elegant, staid, traditional, manly presence, the Church took a deep breath and embraced a radical direction, and the role of women began to grow and impact what the Episcopal Church would become. In that year of 1980, a young and fearless group of women looked around and realized that the story of how the women had penetrated and demanded a new place in the life of the Episcopal Church needed to be documented. There were stories that needed telling, and women wanted to tell these stories. They needed money to support their research and travel, time to write and find publishers, and the imagination to explore stories that had yet to be uncovered. The EWHP founders were capable and had the drive and interest to capture the stories of the women who had laid the foundation of The Episcopal Church. So, they started a new organization, the Episcopal Women’s History Project.


EWHP MEMBERSHIP FORM


Membership in EWHP is $25.00 a year. Membership payment may be made on line by clicking the link marked “Membership,” and making your payment. If you wish to pay by check or cash, please make checks out to Episcopal Women’s History Project; do not use just the EWHP on the check, as the bank will not accept checks with just the Letters. Mail your payment to: Judith Gregory, Treasurer, Episcopal Women’s History Project; 14 Rossiter Circle, Newark, DE 19702

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CELEBRATION!


The Episcopal Women’s History Project now enters its Fortieth Anniversary. The months from June 2020 through July 2021 will be a celebration of this EWHP. During The General Convention of the Episcopal Church in 2021 in Baltimore, there will be a Church Wide acknowledgement remembering history and planning the future of The Episcopal Women’s History Project!