Founded in 2005, RevGalBlogPals creates support, resources and community for clergywomen and other women in ministry via our website, Facebook group and Continuing Education events. We are international and broadly ecumenical, committed to the work of anti-racism, and open to and affirming of LGBTQIA+ people.

Find out how to join here.

Our online community is not limited to bloggers and includes clergywomen, women church professionals, women religious and women discerning a call to Christian ministry, as well as supportive male clergy and lay people. We are single and married and divorced and widowed, gay and straight, cis- and transgender, parents and not, clergy and clergy spouses and laypeople, with an age range of 20-something to 80-something, all gathered for one purpose: creating supportive online community for clergywomen and their friends.

Our members are in almost every state in the US from Maine to Florida to California to Alaska, with a big Texas contingent, and we are in Canada, England, Scotland, Finland, France, China, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. We represent many expressions of faith:

  • Anglican/Church of England
  • Anglican Church of Canada
  • Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
  • The Episcopal Church
  • Assemblies of God
  • Alliance of Baptists
  • American Baptist Churches
  • Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists
  • Canadian Baptists of Western Canada
  • Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
  • French Baptist Federation (Fédération des Eglises Evangélique Baptistes Francais)
  • Brethren in Christ
  • Church of the Brethren
  • Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
  • Churches of Christ in Christian Union
  • Christian Methodist Episcopal
  • Church of God in Christ
  • National Association of Congregational Christian Churches
  • Conservative Congregational Christian Conference
  • Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)
  • Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC)
  • US Mennonite Brethren
  • Mennonite Church Canada
  • Mennonite Church USA
  • The Old Catholic Church, Province of the United States
  • The (British) Methodist Church
  • United Methodist Church
  • Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches
  • Moravian Church
  • Church of Scotland
  • ECO: A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians
  • Cumberland Presbyterian
  • Presbyterian Church in Canada
  • Presbyterian Church (USA)
  • Reformed Church in America
  • United Reformed Church
  • United Reformed Church (UK)
  • Roman Catholic Church
  • Society of Friends (Quakers)
  • Swedenborgian Church of North America aka The New Church
  • Unitarian Universalist Association
  • United Church of Christ
  • United Church of Canada
  • Uniting Church in Australia
  • Wesleyan


28 thoughts on “About

  1. This is great. Why didn’t I know about it sooner, like 2005. After 27 years of ministry, I am retiring at the end of September. But I am joining anyway. Looking forward to the conversations.


  2. Hello! Mike Morrell and I really appreciate your blog, and think you’d be an excellent candidate for our Speakeasy Blogger Network. Do you like to review off-the-beaten path faith, spirituality, and culture books? Speakeasy puts interesting books in your hands at no charge to you. You only get books when you request them, and it’s free to join. Sign up here, if you’d like:


  3. How do. I, a non-blogger, submit a question for “Ask the Matriarch?” Maybe it’s that I cannot see it from my ipad, using Safari, but please help! I’ve got a question! 🙂


  4. Friends,

    We’d like to add you to our mailing list for the next Take Time For Peace global interfaith event, February 2016. Please tell us the best way to contact you.

    With kind regards,
    Sue Morrow, for
    Take Time For Peace


  5. I will be entering seminary soon and I’m sure I will find a lot of comfort in this blog. Thank you and many blessings.


  6. Dear Martha,
    If that book has not been sent to the woman in the United Methodist Women in charge of the Reading List, it should be. The lessons and insights learned therein are many. It would be perfect for the Leadership Category.

    If you want more information about this, I can send it or check on the Web at and you’ll find bunches of stuff.
    Send to:
    c/o /Brenda Thompson
    Reading Program Specialist
    The Reading Program
    United Methodist Women
    475 Riverside Drive
    New York, NY 10115

    Here’s hoping it works out for the book.

    Carolyn Newsome (a UMW member at Wesley Memorial UMC)
    Charlottesville VA 22903


  7. Hi, Carolyn~
    Our publisher is in touch with the women who develop the Reading List. My understanding is we were too late for this year but will be under consideration for the following list. Thank you so much for your support! I think it would be great if you let someone know you recommend the book.


  8. Greetings in the name of our dear Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,

    I am Nehru Naik, I am native of small and backward village NVK THANDA,
    Peddavoora Manadal, Nalagonda District, telagana India. I am
    born in a very poor family, my parents were daily wage labours. I
    belong to Schedule Tribe community which is most neglected community
    in the society.

    Voice calling me ” I NEED YOU MY SON”, I looked here and there but no
    one was there. I opened the BIBLE, God spoke to me through the
    scriptures, Nahum :1:15. According the Scripture I decided to search
    the Gospel to the unreached areas of our society. And started
    preaching the gospel in the year 1992 till now preached 24 villages of
    our surroundings after taking Bible Training in collage and
    established achurch, where saints are worshiping regularly.

    One day while mediating the God’s word, God spoken with me by the
    Scripture James 1:27 to care of orphan children. Hence, we have
    started small orphanage with 10.orphans by providing food, shelter,

    We request you to kindly pray for these children as they need of
    school books, bags & fees. We love you to invite you to come to our
    children home whenever you visit India.

    With much love &


  9. So interested to hear and read more. I am ordained in the Evangelical Covenant Church. I am a pastor who serves mostly outside organized churches. Not because that was what I wanted, but because it was incredibly hard to find placement without leaving family that needed me close by. So my ministry is varied, and many times it is in conversation with the “nones and dones” who need to be heard and find God in their story.


  10. why does feedly not work and Skewed View & Signs-Along-The-Way are no longer accessible to read posts. I know because as stinuksuk, I have been posting. I miss the old format where one could comment on another posts. Am I just behind the times?!!?


  11. Skewed View and Signs Along the Way are both available in the feed – I know because it’s the one I check each week. But you need to click through to the particular blog to comment. That isn’t built into Feedly. When you first go to Feedly, you should see the first 6 of 247 feeds, then a button you can click to open all the rest. The list is alphabetical; we hear Feedly may sometime add an option to prioritize most recently updated sites, but that feature has not been added yet. When you click on a specific post in a blogger’s feed on Feedly, at the bottom you’ll see a button, “Go to website.” That’s where you can comment. I hope this helps.

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    1. Yes, you should find it at the end of each daily prayer post, but I will also share it here. “RevGalBlogPals encourages you to share our blog posts via email or social media. We do not grant permission to cut-and-paste prayers and articles without a link back. For permission to use material in paper publications, please email revgalblogpals at gmail dot com.”


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