We provide holistic learning experiences, best practices, and support for Christian women in leadership. The center, an initiative of WMU and funded, in part, by a grant from the Eleanor Terry Endowment through the WMU Foundation, is committed to pursuing excellence in lifelong learning opportunities for Christian women.
In seeing her list, I was challenged to create a list of 100 fantastic Canadian Christian women leaders in hopes of highlighting and cheering on female leadership in our world. The names on this list aren’t necessarily connected to charities or ministry – some are accomplished women in professional life, and they represent various streams in Canadian Christianity: evangelical, mainline Protestant, Roman Catholic, charismatic, and emergent.
Christian women leaders in the Birmingham area are invited to the CWLC luncheons held the first Wednesday of each month, September - December and February - May. Designed to engage Christian women in professional development, networking, and fellowship, the luncheons cover a variety of topics of interest for women leaders in multiple generations. Participants learn from one another’s experiences and become a community of leadership support. You can register for the CWLC luncheons .
Thank you so much for including me on this list of “100 Fantastic Canadian Christian Women Leaders”, Mark. This came as a total (and delightful) surprise! I was unaware of this list until another fine recipient, the journalist Patricia Paddey, notified me.