Presbyterian Women


Presbyterian Women (PW), the national women’s organization of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), was developed to offer opportunities for women to grow spiritually, to engage in faithful action for mission, justice and peace, and to be part of a group of women of faith who support the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A).  


Our three “circles” meet monthly throughout the year to nurture our faith through Bible study and prayer.  In service to Cape Fear Presbyterian Church and its members the circles coordinate the placement of fresh flowers in the sanctuary for worship and delivery of these flowers to those in need, prepare food for the bereaved and provide cookies for the Seaman’s’ Center as a symbol of our Christian love and care.  Throughout the year circle members correspond, prepare and deliver Christmas gifts, and visit with homebound church members.  The circles also provide seasonal care packages and cards to college students.


In support of the church worldwide our women participate in the Church World Service Blankets+ program (last year our congregation donated over $500 for the Blanket Project.) In March we celebrate "Gifts of Women Sunday" with a Guest Preacher. In May the circles prepare kits for migrant workers.  In June we recognize our high school and college graduates by presenting them with either a Bible or devotion book. We also make monetary contributions and sent prayers to the Domestic Violence Shelter and other local organizations.  


We invite you to join our fellowship!


Circle #1 meets monthly on the 1st Tuesday at 6:30 pm

Circle #2 meets monthly on the 1st Tuesday at 10:30 am

Circle #3 meets monthly on the 1st Wednesday at 10:30 am

(All meetings take place at the church unless noted on the calendar; Circles do not meet in July or August)