SUNDAY WORSHIP
8:30 AM  - CHAPEL
10:00 AM - SANCTUARY

pw logoPresbyterian Women support the mission of the church through: Friendship, Spiritual growth, Fellowship, Service projects
PW Purpose: Forgiven and freed by God in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves: to nurture our faith through prayer and Bible study, to support the mission of the church worldwide, to work for justice and peace, to build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and witnesses to the promise of God’s kingdom.

Theme for 2019-2019: We will explore God’s provision of nourishment for body, mind, and soul. “God is the one who provides food for all living things. God’s faithful love lasts forever.”

upcomingevents

Bible Study Program: 
Horizons Bible Study - God’s Promise. “I am with you.” Check with your Circle leader or if you are not in a circle, contact Christine Holsen, 925-518-5681. Horizons Bible Study Book. The study book costs $12.

Quick Look Upcoming Events/Study
Sept 9, Horizons Bible Study led by Denia Segrest 11:30 am in 2D1 (Upper Room)
Sept 8, Oct 13 Together in Service, Upper Room (2D1) 9:00-11:00am
Sept 8, Fall Gathering - 11:30 - 1:30 pm Fellowship Hall. Nourishing People in Need
Sept. 21, 10:00 am-noon, PW Book Club. All are welcome to attend
Sept. 22, Horizons Bible Study at San Francisco Theological Seminary. Registration at horizons.eventbrite.com. Carpooling from the church

Weekly/Monthly Events

  • Women’s Bible/Book Study Meets weekly on Thursdays. 10:00 - 11:30 am at the church in room Upper room 2D1
  • Together in Service /Prayer Shawl Ministry Meets 2nd Sat. 9 am to noon, at church in the Upper Room 2D1 - Co-leaders: Joy Fischer & Karen Vied.
  • Women’s Book Club Meets 3rd Fri. 10:00 am, at church in room F-5

Fall Gathering: Saturday, September 8th, 11:30 am-1:30 pm, Fellowship Hall. 
Nourishing People in Need, Victor Karpenko and Team Culinary Angels. Culinary Angels is a new local all-volunteer, donation base group that provides healing nutrient-rich meals to people going through a serious health challenge. About 95% of their recipients are actively going through cancer treatment. Volunteers are trained to cook with as many organic ingredients as possible and focus on nutrient-rich, plant-based, seasonal ingredients. Livermore Homeless Refuge. Peggy Despotakis, will demonstrate methods and recipes for bulk cooking for guests at the Refuge. Bring a salad to share for Lunch! 
Winter Gathering: Sat. Dec. 8th, 1:30pm – 3:00 pm. Nourishment for our family and friends. Demonstration of holiday treats from around the world presented by members of FPCL 
Spring Gathering 2019: Sat. March 23rd, 9:30 am-1:00pm. Outing to Bancroft Garden and docent tour, lunch. Growing beauty and food using drought tolerant methods 
Summer Gathering 2019: Sat. May 18th, 2:00 pm-3:30pm. Nourishment of our minds, bodies and souls through, planting, harvesting and giving of ourselves

Monthly Mission/World Service: Presbyterian Women demonstrates faith and commitment through mission service projects within the local church, community and the world.
Sept:
Elmhurst Presbyterian Church Oct: Heifer Project International Nov: Blanket Sunday & PW Thank Offering Dec: Deacons of FPCL Jan: Refugee Family, Antioch Feb: Culinary Angels March: Larkin Street Youth Services Apr: PW Birthday Offering May: Swords to Plowshares June: Camfed July/Aug: School Backpack Project, Livermore, CA - More Information 

confer5cCoordinating Team plans and directs activities of PW. It is composed of the officers and circle leaders
Moderator — Susan Bond
Vice Moderator— Barbara Coffey
Treasurers — Christine Holsen & Shirley Couberly
Handbook Chair - Mary Couberly
Historian—Pennie Clouser
Mission/World Service—Marilyn Dykstra & Anne Laye
Together In Service/Prayer Shawl Ministry— Joy Fischer & Karen Vied

womens retreat

2019

Enchanted Hills Camp, Mt. Veeder, Napa
Speaker: Jeanne Rodriguez, BS, MS, Pastoral care for women

Theme: God’s Provision of nourishment for body, mind and soul. God's faithful love lasts forever. Ps. 136:25
The retreat includes 5 meals and two nights lodging in comfortable, renovated cabins. 
This retreat is a great opportunity to make new friends and enjoy the beauty of Mt. Veeder. Scholarships are available. 
WHAT TO BRING: Warm casual clothing, sturdy shoes, an umbrella or rain coat, a Bible, a favorite mug, notebook and pen, a flashlight, handiwork (knitting, cross-stitch, etc.), a book to read, a musical instrument, and ear plugs if you are a light sleeper. You are invited to participate in our program, crafts, free-time, and worship, as you wish. If you would like to discuss the need for a scholarship to defer some of the cost of the retreat, please contact Rev Dr. Steve Wilde at 447-2078 or steve@fpcl.us or Linda Alexander at 449-9304 or Linda_Alexander@sbcglobal.net

pwcircles

Meet monthly for Bible study, Mission/World Service projects and worship.

Hannah Circle Meets 2nd· Mon. 7:00 pm, at church in room F5 Co-leaders: Cathy Griggs & Christine Holsen
Lydia Circle Meets 2nd Tues. 9:30 am, in homes or at church in room F5; Leaders- Marilyn Dkystra & Judy Thompson
Martha Circle Meets 3rd Wed. 1:30 pm at Heritage Estates, 900 East Stanley Ave., 2nd floor activity room Co-leaders: Rosemary Coleman
Rebecca Circle - Bring a sack lunch! Meets 2nd Mon. Noon, at church in room F5 Co-leaders: Sally Swanson & Cindy Danielson
Sarah Circle - Bring a sack lunch! Meets 2nd Wed 12 pm-2 pm, at church in room F5 Leader: Phyllis Brewer