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Telling the stories of revolutionary holy women and exploring issues in intersectional ecofeminism

HWIP Summer Update

We've been busy! Check out what we've been up to and what's in store.


HWIP Goes Tiny

Catch us on Tiny House Nation?

After a week of filming in January, our episode finally aired on June 9!
Miss it? You can watch on Amazon. We're episode 13.

 
 

Business Updates

We've updated our website, met our goal of 500 Facebook followers, and have 16 patrons on Patreon. A big thanks to all of our blog readers, Facebook "likers," and fabulous donors!

In April, the Holy Women Icons traveled to Oahu for a show at the Gallery on the Pali, the oldest gallery in the state. To coincide with the exhibit, First Unitarian Honolulu hosted worship, preaching, retreats, and lectures featuring Holy Women Icons for three weeks. 

HWIP held our first official in-person board meeting in May. We have a wonderful and thoughtful Board of Directors!

As always, we welcome donations of all sizes! We're just waiting for Oprah to send us a seven-figure check, but until then, we're relying on YOU! Patreon allows you to set up monthly donations. You can also make a one-time donation


New Icons Series

Angela has been busy painting two new icons series:
Holy Women Icons of Grief and Hawaiian Icons.

And they're on sale!


What's Next?

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HWIP is hitting the mainland this summer! We have preaching, teaching, and retreat events lined up in Boone, NC and Atlanta, GA. If you have a group that would be interested in retreats or workshops (in person and coming soon online), let us know!

We are also very excited to announce that our first work-exchange volunteers arrive on July 7! Trevor and JoAnna will be remodeling "Sunny," our 1972 VW van, to be our first guest house, building raised bed gardens, and doing general landscaping and maintenance.

Do you have a group who wants to volunteer? Let us know. We'd love to have you!

As always, a heartfelt thanks to all of our supporters. Whether you donate, go on retreat, buy merchandise, or share about us on Facebook, we wouldn't be here without you!

 
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