Presbyterian Women (PW) is a denomination-wide organization whose membership is open to all women. PW gives strong support to the mission of the PC(USA) and nurtures women’s leadership and friendships.
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 Janet Harris and Vice Moderator Alison Griffin at [email protected].
PW National Capital Presbytery Prayer Breakfast
Saturday, February 1, 2020
9AM–Noon here at Westminster. The theme this year is “Prayer Journeys.” Speakers will be the Rev. Lucy Der Garabedian and the Rev. Evangeline Taylor. $15 registration fee (scholarships available).
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 six Women’s Circles. Over 100 women are involved with a circle here at Westminster. We meet monthly for Bible study, fellowship, and mission outreach. 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 2018-2019 Bible study will be “God’s Promise: I Am With You.” From Genesis to the Gospels, God promises to be with us no matter where we are or what we are going through. Come explore how God spoke to those in Biblical times and speaks to us even today, assuring us that God will never leave us.
The Book Groups meet on the fourth Monday of the month. Come to either the morning group at 11 AM or the evening group at 7:30 PM.
Spring 2020 Selections
January 27: Americanah by Chimamanda Mgozi Adichie
February 24: Our February selection will be the book for the Congregational Book Read, How the Bible Actually Works by Peter Enns. We will discuss it at our regular February meeting times, but it would be helpful to register for the Book Read so that we know who is participating. Please make a note in the comment section that you are in the Women’s Book Groups.
This group works once a month to sew stuffed animals for children and heart pillows for surgery patients at Alexandria INOVA Hospital. These items bring joy to children at the hospital and help facilitate the recovery process for cardiac patients. The group meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 9:30 AM in Haverkamp Room.