Presbyterian Women, as an organization, works to fulfill the four basic commitments found in our statement of purpose: to nurture our faith, support the mission of the Church worldwide, to work for justice and peace and to build an inclusive caring community of women.
Our two circles meet monthly for bible study and fellowship. Tabitha Circle meets during the day, and Ruth Circle meets at night. The settings of these meetings vary according to the size and needs of the group, but they always strengthen the fellowship in the group. In addition, Mission Sewing meets the third Tuesday of the month and spends three hours working on items as part of our mission work. Sewing is very broadly defined to include other kinds of needlework, and skill is not a requirement. There is always someone willing to share their expertise with a beginner.
We support a number of different missions financially throughout the year, including Friends for Health in Haiti, Homefront, Mercer Street Friends Food Bank, Church World Service, and Trenton Area Soup Kitchen. Circles also assemble health and school kits for Church World Services and support TASK.