Horizons Magazine, Summer 2021
Presbyterian Women” has long been synonymous with mission. The earliest groups of Presbyterian women formed in the 1780s because they recognized need in the world and felt called to help. Scripture offered a vision of wholeness that was not yet a reality; people were hungry, in need, falling through the cracks. Presbyterian women’s responses took many forms. They raised money for particular causes, from helping feed children in their communities to financially supporting the call of Presbyterian mission workers around the world. They put their hands to work, sewing dresses, serving meals. They comforted, they advocated. And today, Presbyterian Women still do all of these things, and more.
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