March 2022 Women's Vocations Day

Come and connect, pause, reflect and be refreshed.

We are delighted to announce that our keynote speaker is Amy Orr-Ewing speaking on Why Women Matter in the Mission of God.

Women's Vocation Day is for all women thinking about what God is calling them to be and do. Book Now.

Revd Dr Liz Hoare, our Dean of Women, will host the day at Wycliffe Hall.

Location: Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford, OX2 6PW
Start: 9.45 am, Saturday 5th March 2022


9.45 - Arrive and Register


10.15 - Welcome and Worship


10.30 - Why Women Matter in the Mission of God - Amy Orr-Ewing


11.45 - What does the Bible say about women in leadership? -  Revd Kate Pellereau


12.45 - Lunch 


1.30 - 'Courageous calling' - Clare Williams


2.30 - Praise and Prayer






Clare Williams 

Clare is the founder of Get Real, a Christian apologetics organisation which addresses questions about Christianity, particularly from the black British community. She has a degree in English Literature and Language from Oxford University, and she completed postgraduate training in theology at Wycliffe Hall. Clare has an MA in Leadership and an MA in Culture, Diaspora and Ethnicity. She is now starting her PhD journey in Theology, focusing upon apologetics and activism.  Clare enjoys engaging with questions of culture, truth, identity and the gospel. 


Revd Kate Pellereau

A former teacher, Kate trained at Wycliffe and is now a curate in Buckingham where she oversees discipleship and the work for children and youth. She is the ordinand and curates rep with the Junia Network, working with Anglican, orthodox, evangelical ordained women, and is also on the council for the Church of England Evangelical council. 
She loves dog walks and wild swimming all year round.




Amy Orr-Ewing

Dr Amy Orr-Ewing is an international author, speaker and theologian who addresses the deep questions of our day with meaningful answers found in the Christian Faith. She is the author of multiple books including ‘Where is God in All the Suffering?’ and bestselling, ‘Why Trust the Bible?’ Over the last twenty years, Amy has given talks and answered questions on university campuses around the world. She has also addressed Parliamentarians in the Speakers Rooms and Chapel at the UK Parliament and staffers on Capitol Hill, and at the West Wing of The White House. She regularly responds to invitations to speak in banks, businesses, and consultancy firms as well as churches and conferences. Amy is interested in the intersection of questions of meaning and faith with the marketplace, education and policymaking. Amy holds a doctorate in Theology from the University of Oxford. She enjoys broadcasting in the media and giving public lectures. Amy is also the co-founder of REBOOT, an innovative youth initiative aimed at helping teenagers think deeply about faith, which now runs in countries all over the world. Amy lives in Oxford with her husband ‘Frog’. They have three boys, JJ, Zach and Benji.