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Asian American Clergywomen Empowerment (AACE)

July 1, 2018

The Asian American Clergywomen Empowerment is a community of intergenerational Asian American women clergy and candidates. We gather organically and share our diverse yet common spiritual leadership journeys as Asian American and women in the faith communities we serve. Some have been in ministry for more than 30 years and others are exploring the ordination process. In one another’s company, we find ourselves uplifted. AACE seeks to create a nurturing space for lightening burdens and sharing wisdoms across generations.

S2, Episode 12: An Asian American Church Planter
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Giving Tuesday
Giving Tuesday

We are raising $13,000 to provide 35 women with the opportunity to attend PastoraLab, a two-year program that equips Asian American women ministers with hermeneutical knowledge, mutual learning, and empowerment to advance their pastoral leadership. Our goal at the...

S2, Episode 11: Advancing Equity Through Data
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