Presbyterian Women offers Highland women and their guests a variety of opportunities for spiritual growth and Christian fellowship. Bible studies, retreats, local and international service ministries and other activities bring Jesus to life in a variety of powerful ways. We invite you to check out the listing below of:

  • Fellowship Activities
  • Bible Studies Circles
  • Creative Activities
  • Book Discussion

Bible Study Circles

Are you a woman looking for a Bible study? Presbyterian Women have many possibilities, all open to new members. Pick one out and give it a try. Bible knowledge is not necessary, just an openness to learn and grow in God’s word.

BOB Bible Study
Meets every Wednesday except during the summer and December @ 10:30
Where:  Highland’s Hudson Room off the office entrance
For more information, please contact Lois Irvine at 717-397-0168 or or Cathy Sorg at 717-394-9311 or

Uses Alpha-based curriculum
Meets every other Thursday year-round @ 9:30
Where:  Highland Presbyterian Church
For more information, please contact Igne Ross at 717-569-5901

LYDIA Bible Study
When:  Meets the second Wednesday of each month September through May at 10 a.m.
Where:  Highland’s Room 208
For more information, please contact Barb Droz at 717-299-7394 or

Mary-Martha Study
When: Meets the first Wednesday of each September through June @ 11:30.
Where: Various member’s homes
For more information, please contact Rae Ann Entz at 717-627-3428


Book Discussion Group

As Christian women living in and not apart from our world, we in Presbyterian Women hope to offer a safe environment for women to meet to discuss the challenges and opportunities of life as presented in the selected books.

Meets the fourth Wednesday of each month year-round from 12:30 pm to 00:00 pm; bring a snack or bag lunch; a refrigerator is available.

Where:  Highland’s Room 208

Book lists:  Available at the church office by contacting Donna Stettler at 717-569-2651 or Books have been reviewed by a volunteer facilitator or spontaneously by the group. It is hoped that each person will be familiar with the book selected for that month. Participants are encouraged to offer insights and opinions from their personal experiences in a safe environment. Books for the following year are chosen from rbooks suggested by those attending the final meeting of the year. Books are chosen from a broad range of subject matter including one classic or non-fiction book.

For more information, please contact Lee Heisey at 717-393-1524 or or Judy Eyster at 717-299-3327 or