1438156_72620363

welcome • selamat datang •
karibu • shalom • bienvenida

We are so delighted to have you with us. For over thirty years we have built a global network of feminist ministers, activists, scholars and allies to further causes of justice for women in religious contexts.
Learn more >

F8WfFr78

"Begin Again"

monthly contemplative prayer

June 6, 2016 at 7:30 PM ET

Learn more >

with Maya Combs

IMG_1552__
"Women in the Military:

with Rita Nakashima Brock

May 11, 2016 at 1 PM ET

At the WATER office or by phone

May WATERtalk

Implications for Trauma Studies"

Cloud

May WATERritual

"Sally Ride:
May 19, 2016, 7:30 PM ET
At WATER or by phone
Reaching for the Stars"
Join WATER's email list today and stay up-to-date with WATER programs!

* required

*

*

*



*



Email & Social Media Marketing by VerticalResponse

Who We Are

WATER is a global network, an educational and spiritual space, a center for dialogue on feminism, faith, and justice. We connect activists, religious leaders, students, scholars, and allies who are using feminist religious values to create social change.

Founded in 1983 by Mary E. Hunt and Diann L. Neu, we have been empowering women to address structural violence for over thirty years — making WATER one of the oldest feminist religious non-profit organizations in the world.

The WATER community needs you to work toward inclusive theologies and rituals, to bring about social change, and to collaborate across many differences. Join us and sign up for WATER emails (2-3 a month)!

Featured

In the News

barbie_feet-690x460
, ,

"Should Barbie Get Her Feet Washed At Church?"

by Mary E. Hunt | Religion Dispatches, 1 February 2016
CertaintyFaith2
,

Book Review

Joan Chittister: Her Journey from Certainty to Faith By Tom…
anne6@Belkin copy
, , , ,

In Memory of Her: Anne Hope

Anne Hope, South African feminist and founder of Training for Transformation, passed away on December 26, 2015.
_42471_Fatema_Mernissi
, , , ,

In Memory of Her: Fatema Mernissi

WATER colleague Diana Pierce offers a personal remembrance of Fatema Mernissi, pioneering scholar in Middle Eastern women's studies and Islamic feminism.