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More women are graduating from seminaries, but in most faiths few are senior or solo clergy.
"If you have a senior rabbi who is a man, and the congregation is looking for an associate rabbi, they will look for a man or a woman," Shanks said. "But if the senior rabbi is a woman, they will say 'We already have a Advertisement woman.' So that's another piece we're looking at."
The June 28 "State of Women in Baptist Life" survey shows Baptist congregations led by women are increasing -- but slowly.
"Women are inching up, but we still have a long, long way to go," said Karen Massey, religion professor at Mercer University in Atlanta and a member of the group that commissioned the study. "The more mainline churches are years ahead of us."
Nationwide, about 600 women ordained in moderate and liberal Baptist denominations serve as senior or solo pastors. In California, of a total of 10 female pastors, three women head congregations.
What clergywomen in other faiths call "the stained-glass ceiling" is more like a skylight in Miller's Unitarian Universalist faith. Women hold forth each Sunday on more than half of the denomination's pulpits.
She was the first female minister to bear a child during her tenure. Now, fertile leaders have formed a support group: They are the "Reverend Mothers."
"If the senior ministers of large churches tend to be male, (that is) because they are toward the end of their careers," said Unitarian Universalist Association spokeswoman Janet Hayes.
In the mainstream Presbyterian faith, women make up close to half the clergy.
But in most faiths, female clergy -- especially senior clergy -- are in the minority.
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