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November 25 is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (the ultimate Orange Day, for those who observe Orange Days on the 25th of each month!). AND it begins 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence. How will you observe these days of awareness-raising and activism? Here is a list of suggestions that are good all year 'round!
How many Gatherings do you remember? For this quiz, test yourself (and your friends!) on the themes, logos and locations for Presbyterian Women's Gatherings. An answer key is on page 3, but no peeking!
Celebrate the many blessings Presbyterian Women recognized in their lives.
Unscramble 14 words and then place numbered letters in a grid to get a special message. You'll be grateful you did!
Answers are on the second page; no peeking!
2017 is upon us and asks us to consider how we want to live in these new days. This puzzle isn’t one you can solve quickly, but requires steady attention and intention to discern who God calls you to be.
An invitation to Moderators inviting them to attend the upcoming Moderators' Conference, which will be held Nov. 7 - 9, 2014 in Louisville, KY at the Hyatt Regency.
Making signs ahead of time for the PW March for Justice and Peace planned for June 20, 2015, in Minneapolis? Here are some ideas for text.
Learn about—and quiz yourself on—the legacy and witness of African American Presbyterian Women! Watch National Black Presbyterian Women's video Looking Back to Move Forward and, as a way to reflect, answer a few mix and match questions.
Macedonian Ministry Project bridges urban, suburban congregational gap - Princeton Theological Seminary
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With a few materials purchased at a local craft supplier (plus card-board salvaged from a graham-cracker box) and a printout of the PW Churchwide Gathering logo (and mascot Minnie the Moose), you, too, can make delightful pins to wear! It's easy!
1. Choose the image you like (www.presbyterianwomen.org/gathering) and glue it to a piece of cardboard (same size).
2. Seal the image to the cardboard with a sealant like ModPodgeor school glue. Allow to dry.
3. Once dry to the touch, embellish to your heart's content (youmay also want to add glitter to the sealant ...