Presbyterian Women


 

Read the newest issue of the 2017 PW Pipeline Newsletter!

 


 

PW Leadership:

Moderator: Susan Gladney- Hernando                   

Secretary: Nancy Bryson - Starkville  

Treasurer: Sandra Darby - Batesville  

Cluster Leader Coordinator: Janice Kinard - Starkville

Cluster Leader Alpha Region: Wendy Jue - Hernando

Cluster Leader Beta Region: Sara Bramlett - Pontotoc

Cluster Leader Delta Region: Allison Ashmore - Grenada

Peace & Justice/Racial Ethnic: Delores Cole - Houston

Together in Service: Mary D. Williams - Hernando                   


 

If you need to see the Presbytery of St. Andrew PW Leadership team, look no further! Please click on the link below to view or download a contact sheet:


 

New Toll-free number!

The toll-free number for Presbyterian Women, Inc.'s national offices has changed.

The new number is 1.844.PWPCUSA  (1.844.797.2872)

This one costs less than the former, so help us be good stewards by using the 1.844.797.2872 number!

Thank you!


 

Mission Haven News

Mission Haven

Missionary Furlough Home in Decatur, GA

Many years ago our denomination decided it would be a good thing for missionaries of the Presbyterian Church (USA) to have a place of respite when they returned to the United States from their assigned places around the world.  Mission Haven is that special place. It consists of three houses and six apartments that are fully furnished. There is also a clothes closet to provide good donated clothing to the missionaries and to students at Columbia Seminary. This clothes closet is adjacent to the property, which is located just north of Columbia Seminary. 

The upkeep of Mission Haven is under the guidance of a Presbyterian Women board with input from the Columbia Seminary President. However, there is no funding provided by PC (USA). All of the financial support comes from six states in the Southeast:  Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Florida, and South Carolina. That represents only 25 presbyteries in our denomination! 

This past spring, all nine units underwent a much needed renovation. Mission Haven is in need of financial support. For the past few years giving to Mission Haven has declined and for the last couple of years it has operated at a significant financial loss. It provides a much needed service to those called to serve God in a unique way.

Prayerfully consider how you can support Mission Haven. Share your ideas with your Presbyterian Women. Remember: God has called us together for the purpose of building up the body of Christ. Supporting Mission Haven is one way of fulfilling our calling. For more information please visit their website:  www.missionhaven.net