The Divine Feminine

“Gender equality in divine images, and the equality of all genders in faith communities, help restore mutual harmonious relationships.” (Rev. Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton)

Images, stories, and practices of the Divine Feminine transform our vision of the world, and of one another.

Patriarchy

“The inclusion of female divine names and images in worship and ministry empowers our work of peace and justice in the world by helping to break down patriarchal structures that keep so many people in poverty and oppression. Inclusive language and imagery support gender justice that intersects with racial and other justice concerns.” (Rev. Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton)

Dismantling patriarchy, and the intersection of oppressions such as racism and heteronormativity that it fosters.

Our Full Selves

“Viewing deity as including and transcending female and male releases all genders to experience a deeper spirituality as we have greater freedom to fulfill our potential in the divine image.” (Rev. Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton)

Beyond the binary.

Transforming Power of the Divine Feminine

“With all the injustice and violence in our world, we often feel overwhelmed and wonder what we can do. We all want to make a difference…. We contribute to transforming our world through including female names and images of the divine. I invite you to speak and sing Her name, to experience Her transforming power.” (Rev. Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton)

Rev. Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton (http://jannaldredgeclanton.com/), leading thinker and teacher in the transformative power of the Divine Feminine, will be our guest speaker. Special thanks to Jean Batson-Turner and Katherine Faith Hope for sharing this profound teacher with our congregation.