Women of Westminster (W.O.W.)
It is well known that women are found in groups. We need each other, we walk together, we are on the journey of our lives, not alone, but with God and each other. The end of our journey is to, “… know God and enjoy God forever.” As women, there are many paths to this end. Join us as we journey together.
W.O.W. Study Groups — meet September through May
The Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday W.O.W. groups are studying the 2016-17 Horizons Bible Study, “Who Is Jesus?” What a Difference a Lens Makes,” by Judy Yates Silker.
The Thursday W.O.W. group will study “Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life” by Karen Armstrong, beginning September 8, 2016.
All study groups meet the second week of the month in the WPC Library.
- Steel Magnolias, Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., facilitated by Ann Humphreys
- R.E.S.P.E.C.T., Thursday, 1 p.m., facilitated by Suzie Williams
- Hearts and Minds, Friday, 11:45 a.m., facilitated by Susan Somerville
- Ladies Who Brunch, Saturday, 10 a.m., facilitated by Terry Allbright
Annual Retreat: Celebrate with Ladies of ALL Ages and Stages
What are the things we do because we feel like that is what we are supposed to do? What might it look like to “create space” in our lives filled with intention and focus, reflection and discernment? How do we go about doing this?
The annual retreat took place February 10 – 12, 2017 at Camp Capers. Stay tuned for info about next year’s retreat!
Other W.O.W. Opportunities
Family Promise Dinner Hosts: Please volunteer with the women of Westminster to provide dinner and host our guests that are homeless. This opportunity to provide food and join in fellowship occurs four times a year.
Crafting Opportunities: The crafting group at WPC serves as a hub for creative expression of faith through artistic media. The goal is to provide opportunities for members to learn how to create items that speak our prayers and show our love of God and others. Contact Layla Young.
Mothers Coffee & Conversation: This is a gathering of WPC mothers of preschool and elementary-aged children who desire to form stronger bonds with each other and God. They meet every 3rd Thursday of the month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the church library. Contact Anne Marie Gonin.