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Presbyterian Women

This is the national women’s organization of the Presbyterian Church (USA) that determines its own leadership, programs, and budget. With a history over 200 years old, Presbyterian Women is committed to nurturing faith, supporting the church’s mission, working for justice and building community.

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PW 2018-2019 BIBLE STUDY
“God’s Promise”

Love Carved in Stone

By Eugenia Anne Gamble with Suggestions for Leaders by Joyce MacKichan Walker

The 2019—2020 PW/Horizons Bible study, Love Carved in Stone: A Fresh Look at the Ten Commandments, examines How do we live out our relationship with God and with one another in a world that is often ruled by other standards? What is the pain from which God seeks to protect us in the Ten Commandments? How can a fresh embrace of the Ten Commandments contribute to the restoration of ourselves, our communities, and the furthering of the gospel in the world? Each lesson begins with an exploration of one of the Ten Words in its biblical context. From there we consider a moment from Jesus’ life that shows us how he lived out that Word. We then consider the Word for our own lives and contexts. We conclude with an invitation to pray with the Word in our circles or study groups and in our personal devotions.

 

ALL Women WELCOME to join Presbyterian Women for circle. We meet monthly, 1st Tuesday of each month.  If you haven’t been able to attend a meeting or if you have missed a month, you will not be behind.

Grow & Go Morning Circle @ 10:00am (Moderator: Belinda Springs)

Life Seekers Evening Circle @ 7:00pm (Moderator: Dina Salvo)

Both meet in the Church Parlor

 
 
Offerings
 
  • Love Offering – Supports Paw Creek Presbyterian Women and Presbytery Worldwide Missions.
Budgeted contribution is based upon the number of circle members each year. This is paid each Circle year.
 
  • Sunshine Offering – Circle offering that covers miscellaneous expenses for each circle (such as Home Circle member birthdays and Christmas).  If there is a balance remaining in this collection at the end of the year, each Circle must decide what to do with the balance and inform the Treasurer.
 
  • Thank Offering – National Presbyterian Women offering collected in October and November.
This offering is used for the Health Ministries Fund of PW, which includes numerous projects. (See your Fall Horizons magazine for a listing. All Presbyterian Women are encouraged to provide suggested projects for this offering to the PW Enabler.)
 
  • Birthday Offering – National Presbyterian Women Offering collected in May. This offering commemorates the beginning of Presbyterian Women and is used for three projects as determined by a special committee. All Presbyterian Women are encouraged to provide suggested projects for this offering to their PW Enabler.

 

 

Service Projects

  • Backpack Buddies Ministry – Partnering with River Oaks Academy
  • Annual Ecumenical Luncheon
  • Women’s Sunday