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Minister

Honor Sharon Howell, American minister. Member National Organization for Women, American Civil Liberties Union, Greenpeace, League of Women Voters, National Association for Female Executives, Smithsonian Associations, International Association Women Ministers, Amnesty International, National Museum Women in Arts (charter), Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament.

Background

Howell, Honor Sharon was born on October 12, 1947 in Seguin, Tex. Daughter of Joe Milam and Mary Elizabeth (McKay) H. Bachelor, Austin College, 1970.

Education

Master of Divinity, St. Paul School Theology,1973. Youth minister Key Memorial United Methodist Church, Sherman, Texas, 1969-1971, Second Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Missoury, 1971-1972. Pastor Edwardsville United Methodist Church, Kansas, 1972-1975.

Associate program director Council onMinistries, Topeka, 1975-1980. Vice president St. Paul School Theology, Kansas City, 1980-1985. Senior pastor St. Mark United Methodist Church, Overland Park, Kansas, 1985-1987.

Executive program director, Council on Ministries, Topeka, 1987;president Commision on Status and Role of Women in United Methodist Church, Evanston, Illinois, 1984-1988. Chairman personnel committee Council on Ministries, Topeka, 1984-1987.

Career

Youth minister Key Memorial United Methodist Church, Sherman, Texas, 1969—1971, 2nd Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Missouri, 1971—1972. Pastor Edwardsville United Methodist Church, Kansas, 1972—1975. Associate program director Council Ministries, Topeka, 1975—1980, chairman, personnel committee, 1984—1987, executive program director, since 1987.

Vice president St. Paul School Theology, 1980—1985. Senior pastor St. Mark United Methodist Church, Overland Park, Kansas, 1985—1987.

Membership

President Commission Status and Role of Women in United Methodist Church, Evanston, Illinois, 1984—1988. Member of National Association of Female Executives, League of Women Voters, American Civil Liberties Union, National Organization of Women, International Association Women Ministers, Women's Action Nuclear Disarmament, National Museum Women in Arts (charter), Amnesty International, Smithsonian Associates, Greenpeace.

Connections

father:
Joe Milam Bachelor

mother:
Mary Elizabeth (McKay) H. Bachelor