Even though we are sheltering in place now, PW is looking ahead to what is coming. It is the time of year when we are looking for new leadership for the PW Board. The Nominating Committee would like you to consider if you are being called to a position with PW. Several positions are available. Work well with a team? Maybe Vice Moderator is for you. Take good notes? The secretary position is available. A heart for outreach? Mission Coordinator is waiting. Love to plan retreats or fun outings? ROW (Retreats, outings, workshops) has a place. Always wanted to lead a Bible Study? The 2nd Wednesday Circle is ready for you. If you are interested in any of these positions, know someone who would be great in one of these positions or just want more information about these specific jobs, please contact Laura Cacchione.
“Who Do You Trust?” is the theme for this year’s Presbyterian Women’s annual day retreat, which will explore building trust with ourselves, one another and God. Participants will learn how the wife of Noah had to trust God. Lunch will be from Jersey Mike “subs in a tub,” and reservation are required.. Cost is $10. Sign-up after worship in the Narthex or call the church office. Registration deadline is January 29. All women are invited to come, and bring a friend. Contact Judy Wetzig with questions.
The Presbyterian Women’s (PW) Annual Bake Sale at Southport’s Annual Winter Craft Festival December 15 raised $1,186 for the Southport Oak Island Interchurch Fellowship Food Pantry. PW Representative Laura Cacchione presented the check to Bill Hogue, manager of the Food Pantry just in time for the Christmas holidays. The PW project was headed by Maggie Lhotsky and Martha Brown, co-chairs of the PW Mission and Giving Committee. Volunteers baked holiday treats, and additional volunteers set up and staffed the booth at Southport’s Annual Winter Craft Festival in Franklin Square Park on Dec. 14. Many thanks to all the bakers, packers and other volunteers who helped make this worthwhile local mission project a huge success!
Presbyterian Women’s Mission and Giving Committee will is seeking volunteers to bake holiday treats, and additional volunteers to staff the booth at Southport’s Annual Winter Craft Festival in Franklin Square Park on Dec. 14 . Proceeds will benefit the SOIFF Food Pantry. Maggie Lhotsky and Martha Brown will have sign-up sheets available beginning Sunday, November 10. Thank you for your willingness to participate in this worthwhile local mission project!