Since its inception in 1981, the Office of Black Women in Church and Society has been located on the campus of The Interdenominational Theological Center in
Jacquelyn Grant, PhD
Founder and Director
The Office of Black Women in Church and Society
BWCS is committed to increasing the knowledge base about Black women in the Church and the society. Every aspect of the work of BWCS supports the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge for the purpose of correcting miseducation and misconceptions with respect to African American women, and thus advancing their cause.
The Office of Black Women in Church and Society (BWCS) was organized in 1981 to encourage and to facilitate the inclusion and full participation of women in the life and work of the Church and the larger society. Using education as a tool, we seek to create a context for constructive and positive changes in women’s reality and thus, in the Church and the larger society. The programs of The Office of Black Women in Church and Society have a local and national focus.