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Relationships, relationships, relationships.... Most of us would agree that our relationship with God and our relationships with others are of utmost importance. Presbyterian Women offer several opportunities in which women may nurture their faith through prayer and bible study, support the mission of the church world-wide, work for justice and peace and build an inclusive caring community of women.
Contact: "E" Marlowe, or
Gloria Johnson (staff)

Presbyterian Women & Backpack Buddies
The Presbyterian Women has adopted the food pantry at Daniels Middle School and are asking for donations to help support the Backpack Buddies program so students can place needed items in their backpacks as they leave school on Fridays. Below is a suggested list, pop top cans are preferred. Place donated items in marked bins located in the Connector. Questions? Contact Ella Frantz.
•   Canned Pasta with Meat      
•   Mac & Cheese
•   Cereal/Granola Bars 
•   Tuna
•   Ramen Noodles
•   Canned Fruit/Veggies      
•   Hearty Soups
•   Instant Oatmeal
•   Snack Crackers  

Presbyterian Women Life Memberships
Presbyterian Women is now accepting nominations for Honorary Life Membership for 2017. This honor recognizes those who are active and faithful servants of God in our church and community. Prayerfully consider those you would like to nominate for this honor. Please mail applications of recommendation to Susan Ricks. Nominations will be accepted through February 15, 2017

Lifetime Member Nomination Forms
Presbyterian Women's Retreat
January 20-22, 2017 - Pinehurst, NC
                                                                                                      Speaker Mary Katherine Robinson, Pastor of Black Mountain Presbyterian Church in Black Mountain, North Carolina joins us with a focus on “I love to tell the story…”

Mary Katherine grew up in Florida and spent many happy summers in the mountains of North Carolina. She received her B.A. from Davidson College in 1993 and is a 1997 graduate of Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia. She served at First Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, NC and at Oakland Avenue Presbyterian Church, Rock Hill, South Carolina. She is now Pastor and head of staff at Black Mountain.

In her own words:
To tell my story is to tell the story of the relationships that define my life. My parents were a huge influence on my life and faith. At Davidson College and Columbia Seminary I learned how my life and vocation could be used to better serve God. While responding to God’s call to enter seminary I met my hus, Billy, a teaching elder with PC(USA). We have three children, Mary Scott (14), our son Munroe (13) and Sarah Wren (11). In my 19 years of ministry, I have had the privilege and honor to enter into people’s lives and walk side by side with them in their growing discipleship.

Come hear familiar Bible stories that help you relate to your own faith story. Spend time with old and new friends understanding how our journeys of faith change as we go through different stages of life. Leave with some practical applications of how to live out your faith in the next season of your life. 

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Cross Stitchers Needed

In order for the tradition of baptismal samplers to continue, we need cross stitchers to make the samplers. If you are interested, please contact June Ann Ward so she can add you to our list of volunteers.

What else do Presbyterian Women do?
Stitch samplers for babies baptized at WMPC.
Participate in monthly outreach projects.
Help organize and run the Christmas Share program.
Meet with women through Church Women United.
Support Presbyterian missions in our country and beyond.
Support each other in good times and tough times.
The list goes on and on . . . . . . COME JOIN US!!