Wyoming Presbyterian Church

Millburn, New Jersey

Sunday Worship 10/4 10 am

SUNDAY WORSHIP (10/4) 10:00 am (online and on the lawn)
The Rev. Caroline Steinemann Unzaga

TODAY Together with Christians throughout the world, we celebrate the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. All who trust in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior are welcome to partake. For those attending in person, you will be served Communion. For those worshipping from home, please have a piece of bread and a beverage ready to fully participate. 

WORSHIP ON THE LAWN:  You will be asked to bring your own lawn chair, wear a mask and be socially distanced. There will be no coffee hour. Hopefully, the weather will cooperate and outside services will be able to continue into the fall.

If the forecast is for inclement weather, the service will be recorded and broadcast as we have been doing up until now. Recording will take place in the sanctuary but only those participating in the service will be allowed in.

HOW TO WATCH: You can tune in to a live feed of the service with music and a message at 10:00 am on Facebook.

If you missed the service or were unable to access the service this morning on Facebook, here is your chance to reconnect with Wyoming in a meaningful and uplifting way.
Click HERE  To watch our Sunday Worship on YouTube  

  1. Enjoy today’s service 
  2. Click SUBSCRIBE (subscriptions are free) and the next time you go to YouTube you can click on subscriptions and Wyoming Presbyterian will pop up. 

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THE PUMPKINS ARE COMING! Come pick a pumpkin with a purpose!

SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 | 9:00 am | Help unload a Truckload of Pumpkins! Please wear a mask and we will be socially distant.  

100% of the proceeds from the Pumpkin Patch benefit WPC mission and outreach projects. This year we will concentrate on organizations that support food insecurity and seek to ameliorate the pervasiveness of homelessness.

We will be open most days through October 31st.

Click on the button below to sign up to work in the Patch.

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on

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Food Collection Sat. 9/26 10am-Noon

A Fall Food Drive: Saturday, Sept. 26th between 10 AM and 12:00 noon Donate: one or more of any of the items below. Put them in reusable bag(s) or double bags so they can be easily carried. No glass jars, please!

  • Peanut butter and jelly
  • Breakfast cereal
  • Canned tuna
  • Pasta/pasta sauce
  • Canned vegetables/soups
  • Rice
  • Kids snacks
  • Canned fruit/fruit cups
  • Beans
  • Oatmeal
  • Juice
  • Shelf stable milk
  • Laundry detergent
  • Paper towels/toilet paper
  • Toiletries – shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothpaste, etc.

Where: Bring donations to Wyoming Presbyterian Church, 432 Wyoming Ave, Millburn. Volunteers will unload your bags. Food will be delivered to the Millburn Food Pantry.If you are going away that weekend but want to donate early, contact Ann Schwenke at Can’t shop? Send funds to Wyoming Church and we will shop for you.


God of all creation, our hearts are broken over the destruction and loss we remember this day. And we acknowledge, O Lord, that on that day of human carnage yours was the first heart to break. In our remembering, may we stand with those who mourn and those who cannot stop mourning. Through remembering, may we find new comfort in your care. In our remembering may we be drawn to a new hope for the whole world, and may we gain for ourselves a measure of your peace.

You who can turn the shadow of night into the bright promise of a new day, empower us to shape a world marked by ways of life that lead to justice and peace for all peoples. Fashion in us a people who are more ready to grow in understanding than eager to judge those who are different from us. Form us as a people determined to heal wounds rather than inflict them.

We pray at last that you would cultivate such love in us that we may reach out in compassion to all those who are still wounded by the events of that day; and in seeking to heal others, may we experience a love that makes us whole. This we pray in the strong name of Jesus our Christ. Amen

FROM 2011

Summer Food Drive

Thank you to all who so generously contributed to our food drive this past Saturday 7/25. We were able to take 70 bags of food to the Elizabeth Coalition.

The need is great and growing! Stay tuned for future collections.

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A Pop-up Bible Study of the Book of Ruth

Begins Sunday September 27 at 12:30 pm

ADULT BIBLE STUDY: Office Hours will continue into the fall with a study of Ruth. Meetings will continue to take place by Zoom on Sundays at 12:30 pm. Book of Ruth, Week 1: Setting the Stage with Dr. Elaine James

Click HERE to watch video #1 and then join the discussion on Sun 9/27.

If you would like to join this lively discussion, email to request an invite.

Thank you to Brennan Breed and Chris Holmes for offering these inspiring dialogues on the Book of Ruth, at a time when regular in-person Bible study is not possible.

A Mid-Week Classic

A Pastoral Message 6/3/20

“Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of others.” Philippians 2:3b-4

Dear beloved Wyoming Church community,

Just this past Sunday, we celebrated Pentecost, the birthday of the Christian church.  As we reflected on how God’s Spirit calls us as community, surely you also must have wondered how we will structure our life together—and if we will physically be together–going into the summer.  And so I share with you that following the recommendation of the Presbytery of Newark, our Session leadership has decided to continue to worship virtually until at least September 12, 2020.

These are indeed challenging times. The session voted in favor of this recommendation because we consider the needs and safety of all five generations of our community as paramount.  We also don’t take this decision lightly– we acknowledge the collective grief over this pandemic on multiple layers, and we feel the pain and anger of our country due to the racial injustices that continue come to light.  During these difficult times, we realize just how much we need each other.

We also believe that we have never closed as a church; our ministry continues, though our building is closed.  The session and the Wyoming task force will continue to monitor the situation over the summer and update you of any changes. In the meantime, I’d like to encourage all of you to continue to stay connected through our summer offerings.

  • Worship: Our worship service is available on Facebook and YouTube on Sundays at 10 am.  During the Summer, we will have a sermon series based on the book Liturgy of the Ordinary.
  • Spiritual Care: The Deacons and I continue to respond to spiritual needs of the congregation.  Please contact me at the office if you have any emergent needs.
  • Education: Both Children’s and Adult Education forums will continue through the month of June via Zoom.
  • Mission: Our Mission Team continues to provide support to our community partners.
  • Administration: The Session, Staff, and other teams continue to meet regularly virtually.
  • Social Media: our Facebook page, Instagram account, and our website have regular updates from the life of our community.  If you haven’t already, please like and follow us.

As we continue to navigate these difficult circumstances, I send Christ’s peace to all of you, praying that the Holy Spirit continue to work in and through all of us.

In Christ,

Rev. Caroline Unzaga

Children’s Ministries

Dear Church Family,
I hope you all had a wonderful summer! I have really enjoyed seeing your children on Zoom and I think the kids had fun as well, thank you for allowing them to participate over the winter and spring season.
Looking ahead, the new school year will look different for everyone. As for Sunday school, we will be offering bags available for pick up at the church on beginning September 13th.

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