December 09, 2023

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Women's Groups of Ken Mawr Church

Woven Women Group

Contact Rachel Ramsey for more info.


The Woven Women's Group is collecting baby items for the Foster Love Project's Bag Drive!

The FLP's mission: There are currently more than 15,000 kids in foster care in Pennsylvania. Every day children are transitioned into new homes with a few items thrown in a trash bag. Our placement bags are given to every foster agency we can connect with who will share our vision in ensuring that kids are able to take a bag of new belongings with them when they change homes. So far, we’ve had the privilege of collecting and distributing more than 16,000 FLP placement bags throughout 4 states. *We will be collecting donations for the Baby Bag: 0-23 months.

Please see below for a list of needed items.

● Zipped Diaper Bag

● One Pack of Onesies

● Footed Pajamas

● Socks

● A Small Blanket

● Stuffed Animal

● Baby Board Book

● Baby Soap (in Ziploc bag)

● Washcloths


The (NEW) items can be dropped off anytime in the library at church before June 30.

Please contact Katie Herman with any questions!

Cell number: 412-330-0703 (call or text)


Esther Circle


Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month, September – May at 7:00 PM in the Friendship Lounge or in members’ homes

The group will be studying various Christian topics. Study and discussion is led by members of the circle. The Esther Circle supports mission through gifts to its “Love Basket” project which enables the members to donate monies to a needy family or cause within the community.

Contact Diane Weber for more info.