About Presbyterian Women

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Think you know Presbyterian Women? Think again and prepare to be amazed!

Of course many Presbyterian Women are skilled in the textile arts. We sew dresses out of pillowcases for children in Africa, knit prayer shawls to comfort people who are hurting and crochet soft caps to keep infants heads warm. For many years, hospitals around the world requested rolled bandages. So we rolled up our sleeves and, well, rolled thousands of bandages to provide relief to thousands around the world. 

But Presbyterian Women’s mission work isn’t always done from a comfy chair. Sometimes we grab shovels and work boots, using not just our hands, but our arms, legs, backs and of course prayers. Regardless of the tools and muscles used, Presbyterian Women embody 1 Corinthians 12:4–7’s “varities of gifts . . . varieties of services,”.

Purpose

Forgiven and freed by God in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, Presbyterian Women commit to:

  • nurture faith through prayer and Bible study,
  • support the mission of the church worldwide,
  • work for justice and peace, and
  • build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (USA) and witnesses to the promise of God's kingdom.

Circles at NPC

Circles at NPC meet once a month from September through May.  All women are welcome at any of the circles at any time. 

Morning Circle: 10am, 2nd Monday of the month in Hannah Fellowship

Evening Circle: 6:30pm, 2nd Tuesday of the month in Conference Room

What is a Circle? 

All adult women of Newnan Presbyterian are invited to join one of several small groups, called circles. A circle is an inclusive, caring community of women where:

1. Faith is nurtured, and growth takes place through worship, study, fellowship, and outreach.

2. Women are challenged to stretch beyond their limits.

3. Women move beyond the safe places of life and reach out to others.

4. Christian leadership is born, cultivated, and sent forth into ministry.

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