PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN

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.

CONTACT: Peggy Free at freeneazy37@gmail.com.

All Women are Encouraged to Participate

PW holds gatherings at the Presbytery, Synod and Church-wide levels.

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

The 2018 Churchwide Gathering was held in August in Louisville, KY.  Four of Immanuel’s Presbyterian Women members received scholarships to attend.

PW travels every three years on either a Global Exchange or a USA Mission Experience.  In 2017 twenty women from across our synods traveled to Indonesia to learn about human trafficking and interfaith relationships.

For a better understanding of Presbyterian Women nationally, please visit these Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) websites:

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

PW NEWS
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PW, Inc., issues statement condemning racially-motivated violence in Charlottesville

(August 15, 2017)

Presbyterian Women in the PC(USA) condemns the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and supports all efforts to end racism and promote justice and peace.

James 2:9 tells us, “If you favor some people over others, you are committing a sin. You are guilty of breaking the law.” If we truly have faith in Jesus we will not treat some people better than others, but we will strive to love one another equally through the love of Jesus Christ.     READ more …