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2014 thank offering, heart locketGet the latest news from Presbyterian Women

The third quarterly newsletter of 2014 is now available! Learn about the latest plans for the Churchwide Gathering, as well as all the other worthwhile and exciting work of Presbyterian Women, from mission and justice to Offerings and publications. You'll be in the know about all the latest leadership and mission opportunities, new resources, giving opportunities, training and much more!

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2014 thank offering, heart locketGive to the 2014 Thank Offering

Celebrate the ways that mission improves lives with a gift to the Thank Offering.  Thanks to your generous giving last year, 30 projects have been chosen to receive grants totaling $699,125 in 2014. These projects will offer an arts program for at-risk children in El Paso; train Malawians in HIV/AIDS education; install water and sewer lines at an indoor therapeutic riding facility; train women in Congo about raising pigs; and much more. Read more about the 2014 recipients of the Thank Offering.

Give to the Thank Offering or find resources to promote the Offering in your congregation, presbytery and synod.


mother and child nutritionStart a conversation about child and maternal nutrition

The first 1,000 days of a child’s life are a critical window for creating a healthier and more prosperous future. Bread for the World's 1,000 Days movement promotes targeted action and investment to improve nutrition for mothers and children in the 1,000 days between a woman’s pregnancy and her child’s second birthday. And you can help.

By educating others (through a conversation or even a minute-for-mission), you can raise awareness around this topic. Download conversation starters to help focus your discussion on child and maternal nutrition. And get suggestions for action and advocacy to improve nutrition for women and children.


Celebrate PW’s 25th anniversary with a $25 gift

25th anniversary pinIn July 1988, Presbyterian Women was created, bringing together the best of the women’s organizations from the two denominations that merged to become the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).  So for 25 years now, our beloved organization has been witnessing to the promise of God’s kingdom and transforming lives around the world. And of course, this young group is carrying on the more-than-200-year tradition of Presbyterian women meeting, praying and acting together in shared love of God!

July 2014 marked the end of our year-long celebration of Presbyterian Women’s first 25 years, but if you haven't yet celebrated, you still can! Learn more about the logos, online celebrations and resources available to commemorate 25 years of Presbyterian Women!

If you'd still like to make a gift to the $25 for 25 campaign (which includes matching gifts in many synods!) give online or send a check, with “$25 for 25” written in the memo line, to Presbyterian Women Remittance Processing, PO Box 643652, Pittsburgh PA 15264-3652.


National task group responds to PW groups in churches seeking dismissal from the PC(USA)

Voting representatives to the 2012 PW Business Meeting in Orlando, Florida, recommended that a task group be formed to create a statement regarding PW in churches seeking dismissal from the PC(USA). National moderator Mary Cook Jorgenson appointed PW members and leaders Carol Winkler, Marilynn Collins, Esperanza Guajardo, Dolly Patterson and Carolyn Sprinkle to the task group. PC(USA) legal counsel April Davenport and PW program coordinator Ann Ferguson staffed the group. Read more.


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  • MBEYA PRESBYTERIAN TANZANIA BOX 3313 MBEYA TANZANIA,WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT SPIRITUAL,WE HAD CHARRISON MINISTRY ORPHANS PLEASE TRY TO PRAY FOR US THAT ALL WOMEN SHOULD HELP US FOR PRAYER THAT OUR MINISTRY SHOULD HAVE SUPPORT,,OUR CHURCH IS TILL MISSION,IN MBEYA TANZANIA, by pastor geofrey k.chambo on 05/18/2014 at 2:33 p.m.

  • Gail, we anticipate having the Churchwide Gathering web page live by the middle of this month. In the meantime, the hotel has been selected, the registration cost set—and the good news is that both will cost less than in 2012! Registration is just $395 for the 2015 Gathering ($125 for single days), and rooms at the Hyatt are $169 plus tax (for up to four in a room). Put it on your calendar—June 18–21, 2015! Put a couple bucks back each day from now until then, and you can almost have it paid for by the time you get there! Can't go? Sponsor someone who can! For more details, check the latest issue of our quarterly newsletter. Go to www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/pw/about/ and click the "Quarterly newsletter" link. We look forward to seeing you in Minneapolis in June 2015! by Yvonne Hileman on 05/01/2014 at 3:40 p.m.

  • When will the Churchwide Gathering link be updated with the information on the 2015 CWG? We are anxious to get the details, so that women can start planning, especially in regards to registration costs. Thank you. by Gail on 04/27/2014 at 11:39 p.m.

  • Hi Linda, Thank you for visiting the PW web site and for your interest in the preemie baby caps. Lots of PW love to make the preemie caps, and they are needed! All the caps get sent to the Brethren Service Center in Maryland and ship on to hospitals in Africa. Below is the address for shipping them: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) c/o Brethren Service Center PO Box 188 601 Main Street New Windsor, MD 21776 410.635.8795 Phone 410.635.8739 Fax If you have any further questions about PW’s Mission work, please contact Kathy Reeves at Katharine.reeves@pcusa.org. by Patricia Longfellow on 04/07/2014 at 5:05 p.m.

  • May I please have information on premie baby caps. Where they need to be sent and who will receive them. by Linda Learned on 03/20/2014 at 11:58 a.m.

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