Our Community

We are our members. The young clergy women that join our project make us the dynamic group we are. As of August 1, 2014, our membership includes:

  • Over 1200 young clergy women in number
  • Women that currently live in 49 states in the US as well as women who call Canada, the UK (Scotland, Wales, and England), South Africa, Sweden, Belgium, Trinidad and Tobago, Mexico, Australia, and Zambia home
  • Sisters serving in these denominations: Anglican (Canada, England, Scotland, Wales, Australia), Assemblies of God, Baptist (American, National, Cooperative, Alliance, and Australian), Church of Sweden, Church of the Brethren, Church of the Nazarene, Christian Reformed Church, Cumberland Presbyterian, Disciples of Christ, Episcopal Church USA, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, Moravian, Mennonite, Pan African Orthodox Christian, Presbyterian Church USA, Presbyterian Church of Canada, Church of Scotland, Reformed Church in America, Scottish Episcopal, Swedenborgian, United Church of Canada, United Church of Christ, United Methodist, United Reformed Church, and Unitarian Universalist

TYCWP seeks to provide members with opportunities for online relationship-building and wisdom-sharing.  Our members are invited to share in a password-protected community with other young clergy women on Facebook and on our website. Twitter and Facebook foster this password-protected community and further provides members and friends of TYCWP with the opportunity to catch up on the latest news.

We encourage our members to gather together in their area for regional meet-ups. We offer support and nurture in-person meet-ups gatherings in local churches, at coffee shops and at denominational events.  In these gatherings, our members meet for coffee or a meal and transition their online connections into real-life friendships.

TYCWP also offers community to those young women discerning a call into the ministry. Future Young Clergy Women is a password-protected online community for young women waiting for ordination found both on Facebook and on our website.