The event, which is free and open to the public, will be of interest to people of various backgrounds.
Where : Maranatha Village Community Center,
304 W. Bethany Dr., Springfield, MO 65803
When : Saturday, April 27
12:00-1:00 pm / GCHS annual meeting and lunch (optional)
- Bring your own lunch (free);
- or RSVP by Apr 15 for a catered lunch from Bambino’s ($15, which may be paid online at Eventbrite)
1:00-3:00 pm / Panel discussion
For more information or to RSVP email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Women ministers have played important roles in Pentecostal churches in Greene County since 1907, when Central Assembly of God was founded by Lillie Corum. When the Assemblies of God located its national office and publishing house in Springfield in 1918, the town became an international hub for the denomination. Women have served as Assemblies of God pastors, educators, evangelists, and missionaries. However, many had to overcome bias against female clergy in both the church and the broader society in order to fulfill their calling.
Thelma Cook – Missionary to India
Joyce Wells Booze – Author
David Ringer – Professor of History
Ruthie Oberg – Moderator