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The Executive Board is the deciding body of the PWC concerning events, collecting and disbursing of funds, and providing support to our congregation. The Executive Board consists of officers, committee heads and members. One way to become a member of the Executive Board is to contact any chair or member of the different committees. Meeting Time: The first Thursday of the month (except during the summer) in the Kinhart Building - Room 4 at 9:30 am
The beautiful Memorial Garden is maintained by a small group of women who have a green thumb. How you can help… Volunteers are needed to plant, prune and water the garden. For Advent, wreaths are hung inside and outside the church.
At a time of personal loss, the family may request a memorial reception after the service. How you can help… Volunteers are needed to bring tea sandwiches and baked goods, to help in the kitchen and to serve during the reception.
Creative Ladies Aiding MissionS (CLAMS)
CLAMS provides handmade knitted, crocheted, and sometimes sewn items to numerous groups, including the Light House, Winter Relief, and AAMC’s NICU Unit. Their Prayer Shawl Ministry reaches out to those who seek comfort. Men are also welcomed to join the group. You do not have to know how to knit or crochet -- just a desire to learn and to be part of a fun group. (Pocket prayer shawls pictured.) How you can help… Besides the making of the items, volunteers can contribute by helping with labeling, delivery of shawls, and other chores.
Annual Women’s Retreat
Each year, a one-day retreat is held in the Annapolis area, on various themes. The retreat offers fellowship and communion is served. How can you help… Join in to develop the theme, publicity, and planning of lunch, snacks and coffee.
The Program Committee is responsible for planning special PWC events, including bringing in speakers and planning special luncheons. How you can help… Food preparation for luncheons and input ideas for possible programs.
First Presbyterian Church bought and renovated the Zimmerman-Wilson House at 138 Conduit Street. The PWC took on the task of helping to make the first floor available and usable for many different functions and events. How you can help… Checking the content of the kitchen and kitchen needs and maintaining upkeep for the first floor bedroom and bath.
Food Link's Emergency Baby Pantry
The Pantry operates to help mothers and babies in crisis. How you can help… The PWC collects items such as diapers, wipes, and formula. We also have donated or located other items as specific needs have arisen.
Ways and Means
PWC’s annual fundraiser traditionally has been the Junque Sale. It is held in Fellowship Hall and recycles items donated by church members. The proceeds of the sale benefit various charities and are also used to provide youth/adult mission scholarships. All leftover items are donated to local groups. How you can help… Donate items, set up for the sale, advertising, selling, shopping, providing food for the workers, and breaking down after the sale. Any and all help is welcomed for this one-week project.