Our Small Groups are an opportunity to come together in a more comfortable setting.
Listen, love, and learn with others in a home, at church, or wherever you meet.
Take this opportunity at the end of the week to build relationships with other women and strengthen your relationship with God. If you've ever been curious to learn more about the Bible, this is a great opportunity
Several times a year, women meet to discuss and understand social problems in our municipality. Get inspired to enact change in your community alongside other women. This event features a guest speaker, dinner, and opportunities to serve.
*On hiatus due to COVID-19*
Turn off all the noise, get in the Word, experience powerful teaching, dive into authentic conversations, worship Jesus, and hear stories that will compel you to take your next steps towards life and peace. Join hundreds of thousands of other women worldwide as you recenter your hearts on Jesus and growing together in community!
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) is an international ministry dedicated to the message that “mothering matters” and that moms need encouragement during these critical and formative years. Our MOPS group is open to moms throughout the community, whether or not they attend Valley Presbyterian Church
Where do my kids go while I attend MOPS? We offer childcare for children (up to age 5) on a space-available basis. During the meetings, your little Moppet will enjoy the classrooms and playground of Valley Day School which is located on our campus. All caregivers are background checked and fingerprinted.
Do I need to register? All moms considering MOPS membership are welcome to attend a complimentary meeting before registering for the year. Annual membership is required by MOPS International as part of our charter agreement. The membership fee covers meetings, annual dues to MOPS International, childcare, refreshments, activities, and speaker honorariums. Scholarships or partial payment options are available.
PW offers women at VPC meaningful ways to live out their faith in the midst of a caring community. For more than 200 years, Presbyterian Women's groups have strengthened the Presbyterian Church, played a major role in sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ, and witnessed to the promise of God's kingdom. We invite you to take part in our circles and monthly luncheon activities *luncheons on hiatus due to COVID-19*
Would you like to develop deeper connections with the other women of our church? Would you like to discuss how we might find hope through prayers of lament with ladies you worship with on Sunday? Joining a circle for Bible study might be just what you are looking for. Circles study centers around a chosen book, theme, or sermon study. You can join one of the circles below by contacting our ministry staff. Circles meet monthly.
Meets second Wednesday of the month at 9:30AM, Chapel.
Sandra Gonzales: 602-616-0458,
Sharon Vincent: 480-947-5492,
Meets second Wednesday of the month at 9:30AM in TBD.
Jo Davis: 480-350-7676,
Carlene Lawrence: 480-338-3304,
Meets the second Tuesday of the month at 9:30AM at TBD.
Jeanne Campo: 480-994-4416,
Fran Siems: 480-451-2244
Meets the second Wednesday of the month at 11:30AM in Room 415/416.
Sally Eskew: 480-946-7835,
Carol Ann Rose: 480-947-0139
Each year Cooks' Tour partners with local and global missions to help meet the needs of others. Monies collected during the annual event are distributed to ministries through an application process.
|Ministry of Hope, Malawi
Educational scholarships for girls
|Mesa Presbyterian Ministries
Assist working poor with basic needs
|Sky Harbor International Chaplaincy
Valley Day School
Scholarships and assistance
|VPC Children's Ministry
Mobile centers & worship badges
|Menaul School, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Renovation of the on-campus cottage for a new chaplain
|Medical Benevolence Foundation, Haiti
Surgeries for women and children at Hospital Sainte Croix
|Helping Hands for Single Moms, Phoenix
AAA Towing for 20 single mom college students
|Audrey's Angels, Phoenix
Enrich the lives of the elderly in small group homes
|Coronado High School Student Government, Scottsdale
Scholarships for leadership development
South Phoenix summer enrichment program
Sunshine Acres, “The Miracles in the Desert”, has been home to more than 2,000 children since 1954. The mission is to provide a loving, wholesome, Christian home for children who are separated from their parents and help them establish long-term relationships with stable parental figures, preparing them for success in adult life.
It has been the mission of Presbyterian Women to provide a handmade Easter card with a gift card for $100 to each of the 80 children at Sunshine Acres. We also cover the children of the house parents as well as those away at college. The children enjoy being able to pick out their own new spring outfits. For some, it is their first new clothes and shoes. Please consider supporting at least one child with your donation to this amazing program.
This group of ladies from our Presbyterian Women gather regularly to create handmade Christmas themed crafts. If you have a special talent and would like to be connected with the group, please contact our PW Moderator Jayann Fordon: