From local concerns to national engagement, Presbyterian Women (PW), guided by the Holy Spirit, are at work, ever-mindful of PW’s purpose of strengthening the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and witnessing to the promise of God’s kingdom.

Presbyterian Women at Immanuel supports Women in Presbytery de Cristo, Synod of the Southwest, and the Church-wide Presbyterian Women’s organization.

Our two Women’s Circles, Agape Circle and Lydia Circle, meet once a month for fellowship, study, and prayer. Throughout the year there are other gatherings including meeting with women from other churches at Presbytery de Cristo.

All women at Immanuel are members of Presbyterian Women and are encouraged to join one of our two PW Circles, Agape Circle or Lydia Circle. Meeting and event schedules will be posted in the Dove Newsletter.

Jean Nelson, Agape Circle Leader –
Kay Schmidt, Lydia Circle Leader –
Peggy Free, Treasurer –

Mail checks for Bible Study book orders to Peggy Free at:
8111 E Broadway Blvd, #410, Tucson 85710

Scroll down the page for the introduction to the new 2020-2021 Bible Study.

All Women are Encouraged to Participate

All women in PC (USA) are encouraged to participate at all levels of Presbyterian Women, to attend gatherings and subscribe to Horizons Magazine.

For a better understanding of Presbyterian Women nationally, visit the Presbyterian Women’s website at the following links:

“Standing alongside the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and our ecumenical partners,
we bring Christ’s love to the world.”

Message from the PW Churchwide Moderator

Greetings and Peace!

We are living in a unique and unprecedented time. Certainly, none of us has walked this road nor even seen it before. …

In the midst of this crisis and confusion, we can only cling to God for clear minds and hope. We hope in God, because God loved us first, and God is faithful to us. Let us pray for calm and open hearts to others. COVID-19 is not going to stop us from loving God, our neighbors and ourselves. Read more …

JyungIn (Jenny) Lee
Moderator for Presbyterian Women in the PC(USA), Inc.
March 19, 2020

Presbyterian Women Quarterly Newsletter

The second-quarter 2020 Quarterly Newsletter is now available! Read messages from PW’s churchwide moderator, JyungIn Lee,  PW’s vice moderator for mission relationships, Jo Ann Burrell, and PW’s vice moderator for justice and peace concerns, Joy Durrant.

This Newsletter reflects PW happenings from February 6, 2020 through April 1, 2020.

LINK: Second Quarter 2020 Quarterly Newsletter

Horizons Magazine

Horizons is the magazine (and Bible study) by and for Presbyterian Women. It’s the resource for helping you explore where faith and life connect. Focusing on issues of faith—from the interplay between literature and theology to violence against women—Horizons gives you insights from women around the world and inspiration to live boldly. Horizons is just for you because Horizons is about you and your sisters in faith, amazing Presbyterian Women!

Presbyterian Women's July Aug 2020 Horizons Magazine cover "Ecology"

July/August 2020

The Horizons Editorial Committee chose “Ecology” as a theme for this issue in 2018 because, they said, it was past time to focus on the environment and our sacred connection to it. What better theme than ecology, studying the way living beings relate to one another and their environment? And, now, given how the first half of 2020 unfolded, what more timely and relevant theme? We continue to live into the new reality ushered in by the coronavirus. Scientists and doctors stress hand washing, mask wearing and physical distancing to keep ourselves healthy, but also to ensure that we do not unknowingly spread the virus to others. We know we are bound to one another and that we are God’s children, but beyond that, there’s so much we just don’t know about living with this pandemic.

The contributors to this issue explore the ways we are tied to one another, how the health of one impacts all. The artists and writers reflect on how we can wield power as individuals or groups to bring about meaningful change—a powerful reminder in this time when it feels simultaneously like there’s so much we can’t do, but so much we need to do and must do. May the following pages remind you of your beloved community and your vital place in it.  Read more …

2020-2021 Bible Study
Into The Light Bible Study cover

“Into the Light: Finding Hope Through Prayers of Lament”

by Lynn Miller
Suggestions for Leaders by Dee Koza

The 2020–2021 PW/Horizons Bible studyInto the Light: Finding Hope Through Prayers of Lament, art and text by Lynn Miller and Suggestions for Leaders by Dee Koza, revives lament as a proper theological response to the difficult situations of our world.

One of the foundational points of the study is that, in scripture, lament usually leads to hope. After crying out to God, the one who laments remembers God. And while that doesn’t fix things in the moment—the injustice, the loss, the wrong still exist—the one who laments is strengthened to face the world and to hope.

When we lament, we move from suffering to faith. In our faith there is hope. We lament in order to hope. Recovering lament may be one of the church’s most timely gifts to the world. Explore lament with PW!

Books are available in regular and large print. The Page Number Guide will be available a little later this summer.

If you subscribe to the print edition of Horizon’s Magazine, you will receive a free copy of the annual Bible study and get free access to the digital edition. Cost: $24.95. Cost without the Bible Study: $15.00. Subscribe link: Horizon’s Magazine