• One-week campaign seeks monthly gifts toward leadership development for women in ministry
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    One-week campaign seeks monthly gifts toward leadership development for women in ministry

    The Antoinette Brown Society is launching a one-week membership drive to support the gifts of women in ministry in the United Church of Christ. The effort starts Friday, May 20 — the birthday of the pioneering minister for whom the society is named. The goal is to enlist 500 people to make recurring monthly gifts of at least $20 to support the society’s work. The campaign’s donation form is here. That work includes these current emphases, said the Rev. Tara Barber, the UCC national staffer who works with the society: Raising up clergywomen who are Black, Indigenous and people of color. Creating ministry possibilities for all who are at “the…