Participants are coming from all over the Church to participate in this event. Bishops, Clergy, Lay Women, and Historians and Archivists will be represented.

SPEAKERS AND GUESTS will be participating in many of the events of the conference. Women Transforming the Church: Past, Present, Future will open with a Festival Eucharist on Monday evening. The service will be lead by the newly ordained Bishop from the Diocese of Vermont. Servers, Lectors, Litrugical Assistants, and Deacons will pariticapte in the service, as well as a famous preacher. Keynote speakers, workshop leaders, and facilitatiors will be part of the conference through the event. Here are introductoins to many of the pariticpants.

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The Rev Gay Jennings --President of the House of Deputies of the General Convention of the Episcopal Church--Keynote Speaker

The Rt. Rev. Shannon McVean-Brown, Bishop of the Diocese of Vermont--Celebrant for Opening Eucharist

Dr. Frederica Harris Thompsett—Original member of EWHP; Professor of Historical Theology at Episcopal Divinity School, retired; Preacher at the Opening Eucharist

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The Rev. Virginia Brown-Nolan, of Silver Spring, Maryland is creating Liturgies and Music of the Opening Eucharist as well as for the morning service each day of the event.

The Rt. Rev. Chilton Abbie Richardson Knudsen is a bishop of the Episcopal Church. Knudsen served as the Diocesan Bishop of Maine for a decade. Upon retiring she has served in the Diocese of Kentucky, in the Diocese of New York, the Diocese of Long Island, the Diocese of Maryland, and the Diocese of Washington.

Margo Guernsey is the Director and Principal of Time Travel Productions LLC, which she founded in 2012 to produce documentary films and related media. Margo's is currently creating a documentary titled The Philadelphia Eleven. The film will be premiered as part of Women Transforming the Church.