Leadership roles have long been mistaken to encumber special rights of the male gender. This paper engages in a descriptive analysis of Inter-cultural Hermeneutics on the role of women in Ancient Israel and the Cherubim and Seraphim churches (C&S) at Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Ancient Israelite society was organized according to a patriarchal social order. Masculine presence dominated every framework of the nation. The Gebira role of the Canaanite and Syrian-Phoenician cult provided every queen mother the leadership role of the royal cult and prominence in the monarchical succession of any deceased king. Equally, Africa is organized after the patriarchal social system. Feminine presence in the leadership of her social framework is infinitesimally low. However, the promotion of charismatic demonstration of spiritual gifts has woven women into the public glare in Ile-Ife, especially among the C&S. Women leadership has continued to be celebrated in the C&S since 1925 till date.