Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women

Carol Venable, Moderator

Pictured: Corita Younge Floyd, Past-Moderator/Presbyterian Women PC
Rev. Jan Edmiston, General Presbyter/Presbytery of Charlotte
Carole Venable, Moderator, Presbyterian Women PC (Mark’s Creek, Hamlet, NC)

The Coordinating Team welcomes a new member! Susan Brooks is the new Treasurer. She will be introduced in the Fall CONNECTIONS Newsletter and at the 34th Annual Fall Spiritual Gathering, Saturday, September 11, 2021. The information for the virtual Gathering will be published in the newsletter which will be linked to the PW page in August 2021.

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         P.O. Box 1205
        Concord, NC 28025-9998

Download “Connections” 
PW Spring Newsletter

2021 Churchwide Gathering of Presbyterian Women
Thursday, August 5th!
Presbyterian Women, we’re gathering online!
Let us come together to “Rejoice in Hope” during PW’s Online Churchwide Gathering Event

Following the conclusion of the Business Meeting, join with Presbyterian Women for two hours of worship and plenary. Inspiring speakers and preachers will lead a time of rejoicing and renewal! Ready to rejoice and be renewed? Take a look! In addition to Rev. Dr. Dianne Moffett’s message of hope, Irene Pak Lee—associate pastor at Stone Church in Willow Glen, California—will offer a plenary keynote. You’ll also hear from PW/Horizons Bible study authors, present and future!
• Merryl Blair, author of What My Grandmothers Taught Me: Learning from the Women in Matthew’s Genealogy of Jesus (2021–2022 study)
• Carol Bechtel, author of Celebrating Sabbath: Accepting God’s Gift of Rest and Delight, (2022–2023 study)
• Olive Mahabir, author of Sacred Encounters: The Power and Presence of Jesus Christ in the Gospel of Luke, (2023–2024)

Stay tuned for details, bookmark and watch PW’s social media
(#PWGathering #2021ChurchwideGathering) for updates!

Horizons Bible Study for 2021-2022
“What My Grandmothers Taught Me:
Learning from the Women in Matthew’s Genealogy of Jesus”

By Merryl Blair     Suggestions for Leaders by Magdalena I. García

Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, and Mary – Matthew names these women for a reason.

How might Jesus have heard the stories of his grandmothers?
What might the young Jesus have felt as he heard about his family?
What might the stories of these women have added to his sense of identity,
as part of a particular family in a particular time and place? 

For information about
Charlotte Presbytery’s Presbyterian Women
Contact: Carole Venable, Moderator
910-582 3223

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