South Plains’ Presbyterian Women meet monthly from September through May in the Kirk Hall on the second Monday of each month at 10 a.m.
All women in the congregation are invited and encouraged to attend as Presbyterian Women of South Plains meet for Bible study, prayer and fellowship. Additionally, Presbyterian Women plan ways to engage their financial and talent resources to meet various needs for service nearby, and far away. New ideas for service, projects, and meeting times are welcomed.
This year the Presbyterian Women at South Plains are studying the 2019-2020 Horizon’s Bible Study – Love Carved in Stone: A Fresh Look at the Ten Commandments, by Eugenia Anne Gamble.
Ms. Gamble’s study leads us in considering the Ten Commandments, not as a harsh list of what not to do but, instead, as a “love letter” from a loving God.
A fresh embrace of the Ten Commandments (or Words), author Eugenia Gamble suggests, may ultimately contribute to the restoration of ourselves and our communities and the furthering of the Gospel in the world.
South Plains’ Presbyterian Women offer the ability to support missions abroad through the Equal Exchange/Fairly Traded Coffee Project, benefiting farmers on small coffee and cocoa plantations around the world. Look for all the delicious offerings on the Equal Exchange cart in Fellowship Hall. The coffee is served at South Plains’ fellowship time, too, so you know it’s good!
Presbyterian Women Purpose:
Forgiven and freed by God in Jesus Christ,
And empowered by the Holy Spirit,
We commit ourselves:
to nurture our faith through prayer and Bible study,
to support the mission of the Church worldwide,
to work for justice and peace,
and to build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) and witnesses to the promise of God’s Kingdom.