Presbyterian Women

To become involved in PW or learn more, please contact Moderator Melissa Mintz (melissamintz93 at gmail dot com). Our Stated Purpose: 

Forgiven and freed by God in Jesus Christ, we commit ourselves:
To nurture our faith through prayer and Bible Study
To support the mission of the church worldwide
To work for justice and for peace, and
To build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and witness to the promise of God's kingdom.


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PW Lunch & program

The Healing Harp with Cindy Jennings

Tuesday, April 2, noon - register below

Cindy is FPC’s music administrator, a musician, and a Certified Music Practitioner (CMP). She will discuss and demonstrate this “in the moment comfort care” and one-on-one harp music at the patient’s bedside/chairside. Cindy offers individualized, prescriptive therapeutic live music assessing how the individual is feeling and provides music suited to that condition, instantly adapting to any physical or emotional changes. It will be a fascinating program!

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Looking Ahead...

MAY 14, 2019, 11:00 am
Annual Day

 

 


PW CIRCLES

Listed below are our FPC Circles, a brief description, and Circle leader name(s) for more information. Consider visiting one of the Circles and one of our monthly lunch/dinner programs at church. We would love to help you find the best group for your time and interests.


March 2019 Circle activities

March 2019 Circle activities

APRIL Circle activities - Date Time Place

2 - April 9, 7pm, Café Caturra 5811 Grove Avenue

3 - April 19, 11:30am, Good Friday lunch TBD

3 - April 23, 9:30am, Casserole Creation at FPC

4 - April 9, 10:00am, TBD

5 - April 9, 10:30am, WCR Courtyard, 5th floor

6 - April 9, 11am, TBD

7 - April 8, 6:30pm, Caley Cantrell home

8 - April 23, 9:30am, FPC-Room 205

CIRCLE 2 meets at the church, in members’ homes, or at a local restaurant on the second Tuesday. Childcare is provided when meeting at the church. Circle 2 studies books relating to faith, parenting, and children and also supports various projects.  Emily Bauer  (emilyfbauer at gmail dot com) & Miranda Reynolds (mlm9g at yahoo dot com)

CIRCLE 3 meets in various locations on various days to engage in service projects or social activities. Members also have opportunities to participate in Bible study together.  Katie Morgan  (kt.morgan at verizon dot net)

CIRCLE 4 meets in homes on the second Tuesday at 10:00am. They study different books related to the Christian faith and support various service projects. Eleanor Darden & Irene Owen (irenelacy at aol dot com)

CIRCLE 5 meets at Westminster Canterbury Courtyard in the fifth floor lounge, the second Tuesday at 10:30am, beginning in October. They have Bible study and support various service projects. Bible Study Leader: Nancy Hill (nthill at aol dot com) or 285-3540         

CIRCLE 6 meets in various locations at Cedarfield, beginning in October then alternate months, typically on the second Tuesday at 11:00am. They gather for fellowship and Bible study. Betty Harlan (bbharlan28 at aol dot com) or 288-8791

CIRCLE 7 meets in the evenings at member homes on the second Monday at 7:00pm. They have Bible study and support various service projects. Blair Chewning  (bchewning122 at gmail dot com)

CIRCLE 8 is a Bible study that meets at the church the fourth Tuesday of each month. They also support various service projects. Their meeting starts at 9:30am and the Bible study starts at 10:30am. All are invited to attend the Bible study regardless of membership in another Circle. Karen Sigel (sigels at comcast dot net) & Peggy Wright (peggy at nationalbridal dot com)

 

Top Ten Reasons to Become Involved in Presbyterian Women

  1. Use your time in meaningful ways.

  2. Meet new people and make new friends.

  3. Give direction to the future of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

  4. Gain valuable experiences and share these with others.

  5. Transfer your Christian belief into action.

  6. Discover new outlets for creative expression and feel a sense of accomplishment.

  7. Gain a sense of making a contribution to the lives of others.

  8. Enjoy the fellowship and fun of working with others for a common purpose.

  9. Grow and develop personally as a Christian woman and disciple of Christ.

  10. Be challenged by Christ’s call to be servant leaders.