Who do you mean by "women?"
We use an inclusive definition of “woman” and “female," and this is a trans-inclusive gathering. We welcome cis women, trans women, genderqueer women, and non-binary people who feel called to a space that centers the experience of women, including those who have a history of being assigned female.
Who do you mean by "leaders?"
We encourage you to think expansively about the ways so many of us serve in leadership in our communities. Are you:
- A member of the clergy?
- A religious school teacher?
- Someone who speaks publicly on issues relevant to your community?
- An organizer of communal meals?
- A denominational leader?
- Someone leading part of your community in any way?
We welcome any and all who play a leadership role in their community, including and especially in communities that do not formally ordain women.
Do I have to already be involved in interfaith work to attend?
We would love all women leaders — those who have already engaged across faith lines, and those who have not yet — to join us for this event. Whether you are focused primarily on your own community, or seek to expand your work among different communities, there is a space for you here.