RevGalBlogPals, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) registered in the state of Texas. We are committed to ecumenism, as demonstrated in the makeup of our Board .
As of August 2021, our Board of Trustees is being overseen by all the trustees, including a dedicated small group of board members who are working with a coach on a vision plan and process for the future of the organization. Our non-profit status remains intact. We have also purchased a Directors and Officers insurance policy as a best practices step for our Trustees and our members across all our platforms. Your continued prayers in this time of transition are appreciated.
Sarah Howe Miller ~ Vice-President
Sarah E. Howe Miller is Pastor of United Methodist Church of the Covenant, Arlington, Texas where there is a geocache hidden. Sarah has a way of working geocaching into conversations and trying to convert others to adopt her favorite hobby believing, as others do, that “all who wander are not lost” and that sacred moments can happen when you walk together making discoveries. She is the single mom of two daughters about whom she is prone to brag.
The Reverend Dr. Howe Miller earned her Ph. D. with a dissertation on Clergywomen and grief. She blogs at The Vicar of Hogsmeade and is among the contributors to the RevGals book, There’s a Woman in the Pulpit (SkyLight Paths).
Liz Crumlish – Secretary
Liz Crumlish serves as a minister in the Church of Scotland, encouraging renewal, and lives on the south west coast of Scotland. She discovered the supportive online community of the RevGals in 2007 and has never looked back. She is passionate about having fun while sharing the gospel and nurturing and supporting others in ministry. She cannot imagine not living close to the sea. The proximity of water, wherever she finds it, calls out to her to take off her shoes and get her feet wet. Liz blogs at Something to Stand On and journalling, is a host of our 11th Hour Preacher Party and is among the contributors to the RevGals book, There’s a Woman in the Pulpit (SkyLight Paths)
Amy Haynie ~ Treasurer
Amy is a priest in the continuing Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, TX. She serves as Associate Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in Fort Worth. Amy earned her M.Div. from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas with a Certificate in Anglican Studies. She and her spouse have two college-age sons and three other other young adults who have unofficially adopted them, one idiot dog, and one dog too smart for her own good. Amy claims juggling as a charism.
Amy occasionally blogs at Amy P. Haynie.
Mary Beth Butler is a founding member of RevGalBlogPals. As a layperson, her vocation is supporting ministry, especially that of clergywomen. She works as a university administrator in international programs. She’s a lifelong liberal Episcopalian, a knitter, and a Maltese dog lover. She has two adult stepchildren and a contractor husband. When not reading sermons for fun, she reads everything else.
She blogs at Terrapin Station
Teri Peterson is a Church of Scotland minister on the west coast of Scotland. She holds a degree in clarinet performance from DePaul University and an MDiv from Columbia Theological Seminary. She enjoys exploring new cities, being a bit of a music snob, writing, and coming up with creative ideas for worship. Teri is a contributing author to the Abingdon Creative Preaching Annual 2014 and 2015, and co-author of Who’s Got Time: Spirituality for a Busy Generation. Teri is a great lover of cooking without a recipe, reading, Doctor Who, snuggling with kitties, and taking photos from the front window of the manse.
Pastor Julia Seymour (she/hers) serves Big Timber Lutheran Church (ELCA) in Big Timber, Montana in November 2018. A participant in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America since 1996, Julia was christened in the Assembly of God tradition, baptized in the Southern Baptist Convention, influenced by reformed Judaism, and confirmed in the Episcopal Church (USA). She believes strongly in ecumenical and interfaith cooperation.
Julia enjoys reading, writing, knitting, garlic, and outdoor activities. She lives with her husband, and their two children
Rev. Sharon M. Temple is a retired United Church of Christ pastor living in Austin, TX.
Sharon convenes our Ask the Matriarch feature, writes for The Pastor is Political, and serves on the RevGals board. She blogs at Tidings of Comfort and Joy and is among the contributors to the RevGals book, There’s a Woman in the Pulpit (SkyLight Paths).