What Presbyterian Women Do

Presbyterian Women understands that scripture asks us to be the hands and feet of Christ in the world. As such, Presbyterian Women provides information about justice and peace and ministry to inform mission and community-building work. Learn More
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Get the latest news from Presbyterian Women

The third quarter 2019 newsletter is now available. Learn more about new resources available to support your group in Bible study, mission, advocacy, and how generous giving makes all of these amazing programs and resources possible! The newsletter also includes copies of the 2018 annual report and 2019 Thank Offering flier, messages from two members of PW’s churchwide moderatorial team, and much more! This newsletter reflects PW happenings from April 20 through August 15, 2019.


Order new PW Stickers

New 4” x 4” stickers are a happy affirmation of who we are as Presbyterian Women. And they’re guaranteed to add PW pizzazz to store-bought folders, notebooks and displays (or other sticker-safe surfaces)! And at just $0.25 each, they’re a great way to share the message about PW’s loving community and amazing work.

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Promote and Give to the 2019 Birthday Offering

Since 1922, the Presbyterian Women’s Birthday Offering has helped fund mission projects that improve lives. Numerous resources are available to promote generous giving to the offering to make even more amazing mission possible in the future!

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Churchwide Gathering

Presbyterian Women’s 2021 Churchwide Gathering will be held August 5–8, 2021 in St. Louis, Missouri! Save the date and tell your friends!

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Our Purpose

Forgiven and freed by God in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, 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 peace, and
  • to build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and witnesses to the promise of God’s kingdom.

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Shelagh’s Story

“Until recently, I had never thought about my part in a racist society. I always thought I was lucky to be raised in Canada, where most people didn’t think twice about the color of a person’s skin, their accent or their parent’s heritage. However, as I think back, I realize that I lived in a “white” area with other people of European descent. I was a teenager before I saw or met a person of a different race or creed.”

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