Women in Ministry

We are here to not only serve as a resource, but also to affirm individuals and our churches who recognize God’s call in the lives of women and allow them the opportunity to serve God in the way they feel called.


CLC Advocacy Day

by Kathryn Freeman — January 23, 2015

CLC Advocacy Day will be held Thursday, March 5, at First United Methodist Church, Family Life Center, 302 W. 13th St., Austin, TX 78701.

The CLC Advocacy Day is an opportunity for you to participate in the work of the CLC. Your voice is vital to our success so please join Kathryn Freeman and Dr. Gus Reyes for their first CLC Advocacy Day in Austin!

Schedule for the Day

  • 9:30-11 a.m. Legislative Briefing The Legislative briefing is an opportunity to hear from experts on some of the top legislative issues facing our state including predatory lending… [continue]

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