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Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women (PW) is a denomination-wide ministry for all women in the church. PW supports the mission of the PC(USA) and nurtures women’s faith, friendship, and fellowship. All women in the church are considered to be Presbyterian Women.

PW is committed to:

  • Nurturing faith through prayer and Bible study
  • Supporting the mission of the church at home and worldwide
  • Working for justice and peace
  • Building an inclusive, caring community of women

For more information about Presbyterian Women at Westminster, contact Moderator Suzanne Neureiter and Vice Moderator Sara DeWitt at [email protected].

PW Flyer 2023-2024

Women's Circles

Mary, Elizabeth, Sarah, Rachel, Hannah, Ruth, Lydia. Who are these women and what do they have in common? They are all important women in the Bible and they also happen to represent the names of each of our seven Women’s Circles. Over 100 women are involved with a circle here at Westminster. We meet monthly for Bible study, fellowship, and mission support. Each year, the Bible study program offers us insight into the meaning of scripture as well as opportunities for discussion of what it means in our daily lives. In addition, each circle takes time to share joys and concerns, casual fellowship conversation, and to reach out to those in need through cards, prayers and offerings.

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Upcoming Events

Embracing Menopause Group

Saturdays, September 16, October 14, November 11 from 9-11 AM in Johnson Parlor

We will gather to create a safe and brave space discussing the struggles and joys (!) of perimenopause and menopause. Learning about herbal support strategies and sharing our many tools for common challenges during this stage of life, like sleep disturbances, weight gain, hot flushes, low sex drive, mood swings. Together we will be reframing the menopause narrative: finding empowerment to navigate this important stage of life while embracing and celebrating it as a time of opportunity and liberation.

We will have 90 minutes of structured time together – which will include short presentations and group discussions – followed by optional 30 minutes of herbal treats and chat. Kay Sidahmed will be facilitating the group sessions. She is a clinical herbalist and agricultural scientist and passionate about empowering people on their healing journeys by fostering community and connections with plants and planet. At the end of our first group session, participants will have the opportunity to voice preferences regarding the challenge topics for sessions 2 & 3. You may sign up for one, two, or all three sessions; the maximum number of participants for each session is 15.

  • Session 1: Saturday, September 16 – The Meaning of Menopause & Sleep Challenges
  • Session 2: Saturday, October 14 – Menopause as an Opportunity & Weight Challenges
  • Session 3: Saturday, November 11 – Menopause as Liberation & Mood Challenges

Disclaimer: The content of these group sessions is for educational and informational purposes only and not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent diseases.


Book Groups

The Book Groups typically meet on the fourth Monday of the month on Zoom. Come to either the morning group at 11:00 AM or the evening group at 7:30 PM. Contact Nancy Hall Berens for details.


September 25: The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles
October 23: Carnegie's Maid by Marie Benedict
November 27 : Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin

No meeting in December - Merry Christmas!

January 22: The Magnificent Lives of Marjorie Post by Allison Pataki
February 26: Horse by Geraldine Brooks
March 25: The Shadow King by Maaza Mengiste
April 22: Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt
June 3: The Reading List by Sara Nisha Adams