Wyoming Presbyterian Church

432 Wyoming Avenue | Millburn, New Jersey 07041

Sunday Worship – January 16, 2022


Second Sunday after Epiphany

January 16, 2022


Out of an abundance of caution, we will shift to online worship for the foreseeable future until the Covid cases start to drop again. Thanks for your grace as we seek to keep our church staff and family safe post-Christmas.

“We [as Christians] ought to attract people to the church quite literally by the fun there is in being a Christian.”

–David Steele, Pastor and Author

PREACHER: The Rev. Heather Brannon

LITURGIST: Chuck Kramer

Scripture: 1 Cor 12:1–11 &  John 2:1–11

Musician: Jon Reese, soloist

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Mission Opportunities for Christmas


Outerwear Clothing Drive Rebecca’s Street Mission visits lines at food banks and distributes warm outerwear to adults and children who are not sufficiently dressed for the cold weather.  Please consider donating these items to help the many families that need adequate warm protective outerwear right now.  We need:

·         Coats

·         Hats

·         Gloves

·         Warm footwear

·         New socks

Where: Drop off clothing at Wyoming Church in the storage bin outside of the main door for Open Door Nursery. 

We also encourage our elementary or secondary school parents to throw out a wide net and ask their PTA to spread the word for donations. Contact Ellie Lesperance at 973 715 5230 with questions

The Seeing Eye, the oldest dog training program in the USis requesting clean used towels and blankets for their newborn puppy program in their extensive breeding facility in Chester, N.J.  When the puppies are born the staff uses warm towels and blankets to assist the new mother and her newborn pups.

big thank you to our congregation and the Open Door staff and parents for so generously supporting our Christmas projects this year.  We delivered 105 gift bags, carefully packed by the youth in our church, to the Early Childhood Center of the North Ward and 35 gift cards to Greater Abyssinian Church in Newark. 

special thank you to the kindergarten class in South Mountain School in South Orange. They collected 500 pairs of new socks before the Christmas Holiday!  They were donated to St. Joseph’s Giving Tree project. 


Read Your Own Darn Book Club (RYODB)

SOULFOOD’s RYODB (Read Your Own Darn Book) Group has been postponed and will meet next in February – Date TBD. Stay tuned for more information.

Past recommendations:

Taste by Stanley Tucci—Becky, Ayer

Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson—Becky, Emelie

The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline—Ann S.

The Dutch House by Ann Patchett—Emelie

The Mercies by Kiran Millwood Hargrave—Emelie

Ask Again, Yes by Mary Beth Keane—Emelie

The Vanishing Half by Britt Bennett—Emelie

You’re Gonna Miss Me Someday, a memoir by Ken Gagne—Berit, Ellie, Judy R.

Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey—Debbie W.

The Pull of the Stars by Emma Donoghue—Debbie W.

Sold on a Monday by Kristina McMorris—Debbie W.

Dusk, Night, Dawn by Anne Lamott—Ayer

Pope Joan by Donna Woolfolk Cross—Ayer

The Madness of Crowds by Louise Penny—Ayer

The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh—Judy R.

When We Believed in Mermaids by Barbara O’Neal—Judy R.

If I Stay by Gayle Forman (also Where she Went by Gayle Forman)—Judy R.

Stewardship 2022

WHY WE GIVE? “We give to support WPC’s Mission.

The annual Stewardship Campaign is in full swing. We’re called to share God’s gifts with the church and the world by pledging a portion of God’s treasures to WPC. Your gifts allow us to follow our mission and continue being a beacon of light in our community. Please prayerfully consider how much God’s calling you to contribute for 2022.


Adult Bible Study

ADULT BIBLE STUDY – Sundays following coffee hour (11:30)

Please join us for four weeks of advent bible study starting November 28th. We will meet after coffee hour in fellowship hall.
We will be following Pastor Heather’s sermon series for advent. The topics will be hope, peace, joy and love.

WPC partners with the Christian Appalachian Project

In July a team of 12 youth and adults road-tripped to Eastern Kentucky to partner with the Christian Appalachian Project (CAP). For the fourth year in a row, we spent the first week of summer bringing hope and help to those in desperate need. This year we re-shingled roofs and built porches to make their homes safer and dryer. It was a wonderful week hard work and heavy lifting, team bonding and faith abounding. We can’t wait to go back again next summer! 

Open Door Nursery School + Kindergarten Registration for 2021/2022

Have a question?  We would love to answer all your questions and show you why Open Door Nursery School is such a wonderful place for your child to grow.  To see what we’re about and virtually tour our classrooms, call us today!  
Alethea Randazza, Director

And NEW to Open Door: OD Kindergarten 2021-2022

  • Monday-Friday 8:45am – 2:30pm
  • Class size ranging from 10-15 (maximum)
  • Taught by an experienced Kindergarten / First Grade Teacher
  • Satisfies NJ Core Curriculum Standards
  • Use of primary texts and curriculum of public school for ease of transition to elementary school
  • Initial assessments and progress reports will be communicated
  • Commitment to cultivating resilience, cooperation and genuine love of learning with a focus on success-oriented academics and enriching experiences
  • BYO Lunch and we provide the daily snack

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