WORSHIP | 10:00 am
SERMON: Confronting, Connecting, and Trusting
Guest Preacher: The Rev. Deborah Oosterbaan
SCRIPTURE: I Samuel 17.1a, 4-11, 19-23, 32-49 and Mark 4.35-41
WORSHIP | 10:00 am
“But strive first for the kingdom of God and His righteousness.” Matthew 6.33
A prayer shared in spirit with our PC (USA) representative in St. Louis, Missouri.
Creator God, Living Christ, Spirit of Courage,You wonderful unknown, You fabulous hope, You faithful friend,Be with our Presbyterian Commissioners who gather to seek your guidance and follow your will. They are together to love and serve you, To sing your story, To shout your justice, to welcome your challenge, and swim in your hope. Start something new. Call us more closely to you. Again. And always. Amen.
The Karin Peri Memorial Fund for summer 2018:
Each year WPC sends children from our partner churches and mission programs to Camp Johnsonburg . Camp Johnsonburg brings children from diverse communities together to foster spiritual growth and develop healthy attitudes that will last a lifetime. We would like to send 6-8 children this summer.
To date we have $5400 towards our goal of $6000. Help us send all 8!
Envelopes are in the pews or donate online.
We honor our High School Graduates Sunday 6/10 in worship.
Quote above based on Ecclesiastes 3.1-8
Gun Violence Awareness Weekend: June 1 – 3, 2018
WPC Deacon, Sheryl Eccles, a member of the Essex County chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (MDA), reminds us to be attentive to ways we of WPC can help in the cause of reducing gun violence. An issue of our discipleship in our day!
WE HONOR OUR CHRISTIAN EDUCATORS
Ebony Wiggins, Jason Pourakis, Franny Van Gombos, Robin Rodriguez, Shannon Mayfield, Marianne Bredlau, Peter Bredlau, Doug Olson, Laura Olson, Steve Hutchinson, Julie Hutchinson, Cynthia Tratnyek, John Tratnyek, and Anne Davis
Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. Proverbs 22.6