Presbyterian Women - WPW
Westminster Presbyterian Women follow a rich heritage of serving others and supporting one another through fellowship and study and fun!
We enrich our spiritual lives as we seek new ways to reflect God's love to all.
We raise funds and support important work through organizations we believe in.
We welcome all women of the church to join us in our quest to improve the world in which we live.
Small groups that we call "circles" gather regularly to accomplish all kinds of worthy things, from building friendships to serving causes. All women are invited to explore our current groups to find the one that best fits their own personalities and interests. Or come to us about starting something NEW!
- Horizons Bible Study and Social Circles
- Movie Viewing & Reviewing Circles
- Sewing and Craft Circle
- Reading and Book Review Circle
- Come to the Table (Our Newest Circle -- see information below)
Seasonal gatherings and mission projects complete the picture of WPW.
If interested, contact Vice Moderator Joyce Ferguson at email@example.com.
The Presbyterian Women’s logo shows a central figure standing in praise, reaching to embrace a just peace, and forming a cross. The right figure holds a book to symbolize her reading, studying praying, and meditating. The Bible resembles the same Bible shown in our denominational seal. The left figure reaches out to care for others as she shares, nurture, and heals. The circle represents the church worldwide where women offer their gifts and talents to a global community. The relationship between the three figures depicts lives of wholeness rather than turmoil. The three women have no distinct features. They represent all women.
Visit PCUSA.org Presbyterian Women Web site for more information.
COME TO THE TABLE – a New Circle
Come to the Table, a new circle of Westminster Presbyterian Women (WPW), is organizing cooking classes for the Samaritan Homeless Clinic. The goal of the classes, taught by WPW folks, is to help the clients at the Samaritan Homeless Clinic become healthier.
Those who wish to teach a class need to attend a training session given by Jean De Brosse. The next teaching class will be held on March 14, at 1:30 p.m. Those who previously taught classes will join this class at 2:45 p.m. to discuss experiences in teaching (how we can improve, what worked, what didn’t, etc.).
The next adventure is cooking for the Ronald McDonald House. Preparation of meals for 30-35 people is needed on March 2, 14, 25 and 27. Volunteers are needed to prepare the food.
To join Come to the Table circle, help with cooking classes at the Samaritan Homeless Clinic, or volunteer to prepare food for the Ronald McDonald House please contact Sue Perry (937-620-9966 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
KROGER CARDS FOR MISSION
To continue your donation to WPW missions through Kroger Community Rewards please renew your Kroger account by using 81359 and clicking on WPW, Dayton. If you would like assistance please contact Robbie Nash.
Help donate to missions:
Does your Kroger receipt say at the bottom that you have requested Kroger to donate to Westminster Presbyterian Women? If not, you have an opportunity to enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards Program and have a portion of your expenditures go to WPW to be used exclusively for missions. Formerly we used the gift/debit cards but the system has changed and we must register online. Click here for the enrollment instructions. Please contact Robbie Nash (937-426-1706) if you need help enrolling.