This is a national independent organization of more than 300,000 women within the Presbyterian Church. Presbyterian Women welcomes women for a variety of activities that include fellowship, Bible study, worship, community service and prayer. With the exclusion of the summer months, Presbyterian Women typically has two events per month, Women's Circle and a Speaker Series Luncheon.
Small-group Bible Studies
Meets September through May on the second week of each month. Join us anytime! We have six circles: One meets at Westminster Village on Tuesdays, and on Wednesdays three groups meet in participants' homes while two meet at the church (one in the morning and one in the afternoon). Contact Moderator Wandie Hulick 480-634-1858 for more information.
Second Wednesday of the month, 9:30AM, Members’ homes
Sandra Gonzales: 602-616-0458,
Sharon Vincent: 480-947-5492,
Second Tuesday of the month, 9:30AM
Westminster Village, 12000 N. 90th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Jeanne Campo: 480-994-4416,
Barbara McCreary: 480-451-2233,
Second Wednesday of the month, 9:30AM, Calvin Center
Lara Robinson: 602-493-9064,
Janice Steiner: 602-867-1570,
Second Wednesday of the month, 12PM, Room 409
Alice Paige: 602-404-5508,
Bettie Ringle: 480-251-8384,
Luncheon and Speaker Series
Monthly Wednesdays, 11:30AM, Landes Center
Cost: $10, RSVP: 480-991-6424
Enjoy lunch, fellowship and inspiring speakers!
October 25- WHEAT’s Clothes Silo Style Show
Provides job-appropriate attire for
November 15- Heard Museum, Ladies of the Canyons
True story of remarkable women who left the security and
comforts of genteel Victorian society and journeyed to the
December 20- Coronado High School Advanced Choral Ensemble
PW of the Presbytery Fall Gathering
Saturday, September 30, VPC Campus
Contact Wandie Hulick
We will serve brunch and lunch. You are needed. Please mark
your calendar and plan to come and help, enjoy the fellowship
and listen to some wonderful speakers.
Cooks' Tour 2017
Friday, November 3, 2017, 9AM-3PM
Co-chairs: Wandie Hulick, 602-316-3372
Jeanne Campo: 480-994-4116
There is nothing quite the like the spirit of community and fun you find at this event. You can complete all your upcoming Christmas shopping in one place while helping numerous charities.
Friday, December 1
Location: TBD, Cost: Free
The annual Ornament Exchange is a Christmas tradition at VPC, bring a fun ornament to exchange with someone else and join us for treats, carols, and celebrating the Christmas season!
Thursdays, September 14 & 28, October 19, November 9 & 30, December 14
Room 415/416, Cost: Free
Fridays, September 15 & 29, October 20, November 10, December 1 & 15
Room 415/416, Cost: Free
*Childcare only available Friday morning
Choose which of these times works best for you! Women of all ages, explore God’s word in a small group setting. On Friday mornings, we will have a light breakfast, fellowship, teaching, discussion, and prayer. We will be studying “Keeping Place”. Author and Bible teacher Jen Pollock Michel takes us on a journey through Scripture to uncover the meaning of home. We’ll discover our holy yearning for a place to belong, how God provides that place for us, and how we can model His hospitality in our lives each day.
At this year's Women's Breakfast our speaker, Rev. Laura Bratton, shared her story of being diagnosed at a young age with a rare disorder that would eventually take her sight. Standing at the podium with her guide dog, Betty, by her side, Laura spoke of a pivotal moment when she called her Sunday School teacher and asked when she would be healed. Her teacher, Martha, said, “I don’t know if or when you will be healed, but I guarantee you that I will be here for you every day as you go through this, and your whole community will surround you with love and support always.”
Laura called this her “Martha moment,” when God used her teacher to speak this word of encouragement into her life. God reminded her that His grace and strength are with her, and it is enough. Thank you to all those who attended and to the Women’s Ministry team for all your hard work! -Pastor Kelly Nieto