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Susan Jackson-Dowd
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(844) 797-2872, x5368
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Presbyterian Women Churchwide

The Churchwide Coordinating Team of Presbyterian Women (CCT/PW) has primary responsibility for the ongoing life of PW and serves as the administrative body for PW between Churchwide Gatherings.

The CCT/PW includes the following positions:

  • Moderator
  • Vice moderator for mission relationships
  • Vice moderator for justice and peace concerns
  • Secretary/Historian
  • Financial secretary
  • Moderator of the search committee
  • New immigrant women's representative
  • Six racial ethnic members-at-large
  • Six young women's positions (two elected, two from NNPCW, two from REYWT)*
  • Sixteen synod representatives (one from each synod)

Apart from the synod representatives who are elected by their synods, the CCT members are nominated by the search committee of the CCT and elected by majority vote at the Business Meeting during the Churchwide Gathering. NNPCW representatives and REYWT members are recommended by the PC(USA)'s office of Young Women's Leadership Development.

*NNPCW=National Network of Presbyterian College Women; REYWT=Racial Ethnic Young Women Together

Download the bylaws for Presbyterian Women Churchwide.

When will the CCT meet, and what’s the news from the meetings?

Meet the CCT.



  • Pam, you are right. It matters. Thank you for your comment. We will see what we can do to make those names easier to find. by Yvonne Hileman PC(USA) Staff on 04/30/2014 at 6:01 p.m.

  • It was very difficult to get the last churchwide coordinating team names. This year it seems impossible to find out who our church wide officers are. It's like it doesn't really matter, but it does. by Pam McDonald on 08/08/2013 at 5:23 p.m.

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