Who We Are

Young Clergy Women International is a network of the youngest ordained clergy women, defined as those under forty. …read more…

Our Community

We are our members. The young clergy women that join our project make us the dynamic group we are. …read more…

Our Publications

YCWI publishes new, fresh and evocative articles every Tuesday and Thursday written by members of our community on Fidelia’s Sisters. …read more…

Our Conferences

YCWI offers conferences for continuing education and in-person fellowship. …read more…

Fidelia Magazine Articles

Jessica Davis, a Black woman with relaxed, curly hair, brown eyes, and wearing a blue shirt, is visible from the shoulders up, facing the camera, against a background of trees and other greenery

From the Board: DEI Consultant Contracted

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Beloved of YCWI,  Over three-and-a-half years ago, I attended…
Cirrus clouds appear backlit by the sun over a hilly skylineRev. Merianna Harrelson

A Litany for Changing Season

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The air feels crisper this morning.  The sunlight shines…
A woman stands against a rainbow flag background, holding a sign that says, "I am bisexual by God's grace!"Analyse Triolo

Stealth Queers

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Stealth queers are all around you. Your gaydar won’t detect…
A white building with the word QUAKERS in blue print, with the words FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE in black print underneath, framed by foliage on the left.Diane Kenaston

Cup of Equality

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A few months after leaving my pastorate, I am never sure whether…
The words "Good Friday Collaborative" in a font with various sized lettering appear in purple above a faded background of dry, cracked soil, with a few green leaves growing from one crack.Rev. Sara Nave Fisher

A Ministry of Ending

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Would we close? Or could we keep going?  It was the question…

The Heroine’s Journey, Part 3- Road of Trials: Meeting Ogres and Dragons

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This post is the third in what will be a series of ten exploring…

Separation of church and state fails to protect female clergy

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The founding fathers meant for religious freedom to stand as…