Elaine Storkey, drawing on her years of involvement in General Synod, Crown appointments and working for the ordination of women as priests and bishops, reflects on the withdrawal of Philip North.
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Our prayers will be for our first woman bishop, that God will bless and empower her for this calling and give her the wisdom she will need; and for the Church of England that we will be filled with grace and love to receive her ministry.
One of the texts often quoted in defence of the concept of ‘male headship’ is 1 Tim 2. 8 – 15, although, of course, the language of ‘head’ comes from 1 Corinthians. It is presented as a definitive statement of the Apostle’s view about the impermissibility of women teaching or exercising authority over men in […]
Text of an address given on 2nd June 2014 by The Revd Lis Goddard, Chair of AWESOME, at the celebration of 20 years of women’s ordination as priests in Derby Diocese.
Fulcrum is delighted at the Synod’s vote to enable women to become bishops, with the support of more than 3/4 of all three houses.
A new Trinitarian understanding is shaping the conversation of women bishops. Ian Paul discusses. (more…)
Simon Cawdell talks about reconciliation for our General Synod (more…)
Pete Broadbent, Bishop of Willesden, gives a personal view on the landscape of Women Bishops legislation. (more…)
An index page to all the talks at the recent conference ‘Church in all its Fullness’ (more…)
Women Bishops are not a problem that need to be resolved but a truth to be rejoiced over. (more…)