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Susan Jackson-Dowd
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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.

Meet the CCT.

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
  • Two young women representatives (at least one racial ethnic)
  • Sixteen synod representatives (one from each synod, elected by the synod)

Learn more about nominating someone to serve on the Churchwide Coordinating Team.

The slate of nominees is voted at the Business Meeting of PW's Churchwide Gathering. (It's been this way since the first PW Gathering in 1988, held in West Lafayette, Indiana, at Purdue University! That's the Gathering where Cleda Locey was elected to serve as PW's first Churchwide moderator.) The next slate will be voted in conjunction with the 2018 Churchwide Gathering, which will be held August 2–5, 2018 in Louisville, Kentucky. 

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

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  • 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 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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