While I'm dreaming of things that aren't but could be, let's tour my imaginary store for clergywomen. All items available at the retail store and online.
very comfortable, breathable natural fabric clerical shirts in a variety of colors, plaids, polka-dots and vertical stripes;
clerical collars that are comfortable at all times,
vintage and new gorgeous collar buttons.
Pants (I don't like the word "slacks") and skirts cut fashionably, comfortably and slimming;
great shoes that look like beautiful shoes, nothing matronly, all comfortable:
a magical purse that carries everything but never weighs much and looks great;
Dignified, but fun and comfortable maternity wear.
Make-up area for those who wish to wear it
Jewelry area of gorgeous religious jewelry but nothing with big bling
Clergywoman car emergency car kit: hospital visiting gear, small communion set, boots for walking in fields or barns, new pair of pantyhose, personal care products..., extra $30 for hand-outs and breath mints.
Beautiful vestments made for a woman's body. All comfortable. Reasonably priced. Great fabrics and colors.
A vestment exchange so the vestments you tire of, out-grown clerical shirts (hey! it does happen!) and the like may be exchanged because what does a thrift store do with a clergywoman's blouse?
Clergywoman's Guide to Ministry (What Isn't Taught at Seminary but Should be)
How-To: Practical Ministry Skills
Explaining Your Call to Ministry
Great Stories of Women Who Survived Churches As Horrible As Yours!
Humor for Clergywomen (3 vol. set)
Being Yourself in Ministry
There is a children's area in the store, coffee and tea bar and lovely chairs to sit and visit. Sweet women walk around the store saying: "Oh dear, you are trying to be all things to all people. That's not your calling." and "When is your day off? What do you have planned that will feed your soul?" and "I think you are wonderful. I'm proud of you!"
What do I need to add before I take my business plan to the bank?