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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Women's Retreat with Rev. LeAnn Hodges
Weekend of March 15-17, 2024
Hallowood Retreat Center
*Registration is now full - please sign up for the waitlist!*
As women, we experience a range of roles throughout our lives, each season offering gifts and challenges. In our time together this spring, we will explore the metaphor of the cup as the “clay jars” that the apostle Paul referenced: containers of the Holy that at times might feel empty, full, broken, or whole, yet always filled with the gift of God’s divine presence offering opportunities to grow in wisdom.
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.
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