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The Office of Gender and Racial Justice assists the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in fulfilling its commitment to become an open, inclusive and racially just church through worship-based action
The church is committed to confronting racism and racial oppression in the church and the world, working to overcome racism with prayer, discernment and worship-based action.
Young Women Leadership Development (YWLD) provides support for young adult women (ages 18-35) who are considering leadership opportunities in the church
Racial Ethnic Young Women Together (REYWT) recruits young women representatives of the five recognized racial ethnic caucuses and provides opportunities for young women to experience the larger church in various settings. REYWT is a network of racial ethnic young women whose leadership reflects the diversity of today's church and who develop and provide resources that support our goal of becoming a vital and recognizable constituency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
National Network of Presbyterian College Women (NNPCW)
We are a network of young adult women, united through Christ, seeking to promote the empowerment of women through our work within the PC(USA).
Racial Ethnic & Women's Ministries/Presbyterian Women
The Racial Ethnic and Women's Ministries/Presbyterian Women ministry area equips racial ethnic congregations, develops Presbyterian communities of faith that reflect our multicultural society, builds leaders of every race and gender and works for racial and gender justice.
Presbyterian Women (PW) is the national women's organization of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). With a history of more than 200 years and more than 300,000 members, PW is organized at all levels of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Learn more about PW and consider joining your local group.
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
God comes to us in free and undeserved favor in the person of Jesus Christ who lived, died, and rose for us that we might belong to God and serve Christ in the world. Following Jesus, Presbyterians are engaged in the world and in seeking thoughtful solutions to the challenges of our time.