CHPC’s Presbyterian Women’s Circle engages in Bible study, prayer, outreach, fellowship—and lots of laughter. During the pandemic, we have been gathering on the second Tuesday of the month (except for July and August) at 10:30am on Zoom. This year’s Bible Study is “What My Grandmothers Taught Me,” written by Meryl Blair. In this study, we will be exploring some of the lives of women intimately connected with Jesus and his life and ministry.
Gena’s Tree continues to be an important outreach as we gather school supplies for United Crescent Hill Ministries, warm clothing for the Coalition for the Homeless and Wayside’s Center for Women and Children, diapers and baby wipes for LaCasita, and children’s books for Breckenridge-Franklin Elementary School.
Our mission giving was shared with Buckhorn, LPTS Bookends, Church Women United, the Furlough Home as well as its Food Bank, United Crescent Hill Ministries, Wayside Christian Mission, PC(USA) World Mission, Cedar Ridge Camp, Habitat for Humanity, Least Coin, Dare to Care, LaCasita, and Bellewood-Brooklawn.
Come and join us in Bible study, prayer, outreach and fellowship. We’d love to welcome you to our Circle to share God’s love and justice with people near and far. For more information on Presbyterian Women and how to join us by Zoom, contact Diana Stephen at email@example.com.