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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 Bonnie Paladino and Vice Moderator Suzanne Neureiter at [email protected].

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2023 Women's Retreat

March 17-19 at Hallowood Retreat Center

Join us for a weekend exploring the sacred journeys we take nearby, faraway, and within! Share memories of places of special significance to you, enjoy some armchair travel to places of spiritual pilgrimage, experience a mini pilgrimage together at Hallowood, explore Biblical examples of journey, and discuss how our return back home from a journey can be a time to reflect on the transformations we’ve encountered within ourselves as a pilgrim on the road. Contact Nancy Hall-Berens to see if space is still available!

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Winter Gathering

"Celebrating Sabbath" with Martha Bess DeWitt

We gathered for a moment of quiet Sabbath in January 2023 to hear insights and reflections from Christian Educator Martha Bess DeWitt about this year’s Bible study “Celebrating Sabbath.” 

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.

Our 2022-2023 Bible study is called “Celebrating Sabbath: Accepting God's Gift of Rest and Delight." Click below to learn more about our circles!

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Book Groups

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

Spring 2023

March 27: The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles (fiction)
April 24: Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer (non-fiction)