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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.

Coordinating Team plans and directs activities of PW. It is composed of the officers and circle leaders

Moderator  Phyllis Brewer
Treasurer  Rev. Nancy Holve
Secretary Sally Swanson
Historian Pennie Clouser
Mission/World Service Karen Vied & Rev. Nancy Holve
Together In Service/Prayer Shawl Ministry Joy Fischer & Karen Vied

Monthly Circle Meetings
  • Hannah Circle Meets 2nd Mon. 7:00 pm, F5 

  • Rebecca Circle Meets 2nd Mon. Noon, F5

  • Sarah Circle Meets 2nd Wed 12 pm-2 pm, F2

OTHER PW activities
  • Together in Service (TIS) meet in person on the 2nd Sat. 9 am to noon, 2D1 

  • Thursday Bible/Book Study 10:00 am - 11:00 am in F5 

  • Women’s Book Club Meets 3rd Fri. 10:00 am, F5

  • Winter Gathering

Monthly Mission/World Service: Presbyterian Women demonstrates faith and commitment through mission service projects within the local church, community and the world.

Sept-Oct: Thank Offering is a national PW project funding 20 - 30 projects a year that are not included in ongoing General Assembly mission support. The grants are awarded to projects which focus on improving the quality of life of those being served by a broad range of services such as health, education, economic development, child development, job training, criminal justice, women's centers, and advocacy for a broad range of various causes.
Nov: Church wide Blanket Sunday/ and PW Thank Offering A long-standing tradition sponsored by PW, Blanket Sunday is a yearly collection to support the purchase of blankets for Church World Service, an international aid organization well known for disaster relief activities around the world. The generosity of PW and their families and congregations are needed to continue these important projects. ( )
Dec: FPCL Giving Tree - Supports Tri-Valley Haven's holiday program
Jan-Feb: PW Birthday Offering  National PW offering established in 1922. Chosen recipients find real solutions for projects related to health, education, economic development, and the needs of women and children. Each year, as many as five new projects - domestic and international, are selected for support. 
March-April: Living Water World Missions  This mission empowers local ministry partners to provide training and operation of water purification systems for communities in need. 
May-June: Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA ) Refugee and Asylum Seeker Emergencies Supplements One Great Hour of Sharing with additional support.  Funds will be designated for California Border. 
July/Aug: School Backpack Project, Livermore, CA - Provide backpacks, school supplies and food to needy children in the tri-valley.