The PW Quarterly Newsletter highlights recent news from Presbyterian Women at the churchwide level. Find information from the committees of the Churchwide Coordinating Team, details about new resources, highlights of conferences and events, and what’s on the horizon for Presbyterian Women. Note: This resource is also distributed as a print piece, mailed with enclosures. The… Read more »
Importance of, familiarity with, and experiences with the work of the Compassion, Peace and Justice ministry area, including Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, Presbyterian Hunger Program, Presbyterian Peacemaking Program, Self-Development of People, Child Advocacy, and others.
Words can hurt, words can heal, and words shape our realities, coloring the ways we experience the world. They are the tools we use to interpret our experiences, to relate to one another, and to build a relationship with God. Learn more about Words Matter, an ecumenical project to reinvigorate deeper conversations about the power… Read more »
Cents-Ability is a small first step in the battle against hunger and poverty. Congregations invite every member — of all ages — to contribute a few cents at every meal. The guide contains information on how to initiate and implement a Cents-Ability program, worship resources, and promotional ideas. Includes ideas for congregations, families, youth, and… Read more »
The United Nations Commission on the Status of Women is an annual meeting of nongovernmental organizations committed to ensuring women’s equality and promoting women’s rights in the resolutions and work of United Nations member states. Representatives of Presbyterian Women attended this meeting in 2011, focusing on education, job training, science and technology. Read more about… Read more »
From the Presbyterian Social Policy Compilation Employment, unemployment, labor relations, and the meaning of work are all subjects which have merited the attention of Presbyterian General Assemblies. Use this document to learn about the PC(USA)’s social witness policies on work as vocation, unions and collective bargaining.
By the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women, 2007. This report examines concerns that some initiatives to stop human trafficking have proved counter-productive for the very people they were supposed to benefit.
“The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases.” — Lamentations 3:22