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Souper Bowl of Caring


Since 1990, young people have been leading the charge and inspiring others to collect dollars and food to give 100% of donations to local food pantries, changing the nation’s largest weekend of football into the largest weekend of caring. Here at WPC, we are asking for the following items for MEND:

  • Shelf Milk (Almond Milk; Milk)
  • Canned Fruit
  • Pasta
  • Pasta Sauce (Plastic Only)
  • Cereal (the longer the shelf life, the better)
  • Peanut Butter (Plastic Only)
  • Jelly (Plastic only)

Please bring your donations on Sunday morning or drop off in the storage bin by the Open Door Nursery door during the week.

If writing a check, make it out to “Wyoming Presbyterian Church” and be sure to include “Souper Bowl” in the memo.

You can also donate online on our website at Enter your donation in Special Offering and designate it to “Souper Bowl”.

AHS Donation Drive

God calls us to care for creation, not just humans, but all living things. The Confirmation Class is hosting a donation drive. Please drop off the following in the Hoffman Room by February 28th. Online orders may be shipped to the church:

  • Blankets and towels for kennel beds–washed, used linens work!
  • Dog Food: Pedigree
  • Cat Food: Cans of Friskies

Upcoming Events at WPC


February 4

Maplewood Flute Quartet Recital, 2pm, Sanctuary

February 5

Prayer Shawl Meeting, 11:30 am, in the Parlor

February 12

Men’s Quartet, during worship- Souper Bowl of Caring Food Collection- Youth Valentine’s Day Event, immediately following service, Fellowship Hall

February 22

Ash Wednesday Service, 7 pm

February 19

Ordination and Installation of the new church officers

Youth News

Prayground! All children and their families are invited to worship in this fun space. Please be sure to tidy up the area before departing. Caretakers are responsible for monitoring their little ones.


February 12: Souper Bowl of Caring Packaging & Valentine’s Day Family Activity

For more information, contact Tracy Policastro.

Wyoming Sunday School: Join us for Sunday School with our Family Ministries Director, Tracy Policastro, for children, in 6th grade and younger.

Interested in volunteering to help out with our Sunday School? Please contact Tracy for more information.

CHILDREN’S CHOIR: WPC Children’s Choir would love to add some new faces to our returning singers. We rehearse once a week after church, 11:15–12:00. We lead worship once a month during Sunday service. 

If there are enough younger children interested (ages 4–7), we may restart our junior choir, which would rehearse on Sundays for a shorter period.

For more information, please contact Ebony Wiggins.

Christian Appalachian Project: Kentucky Mission 2022

Thank you to the Christian Appalachian Project and our team of adult and youth volunteers who completed another successful mission trip to Eastern Kentucky.  This year, we worked on rebuilding a roof and putting in new flooring to make homes safer and dryer for the residents. It was a wonderful week of hard work and heavy lifting. Every day was filled with joy, gratitude, team-bonding, and faith affirmation.

Thank you to our team members: Dave Berry, The Rev. Heather Brannon, Lucy Edwards, Andrew Gart, Olivia Gart, Emily Olson, Laura Olson, Alex Perez, Kathy Stine, Barbara Westlake, and our fearless leader, Debbie Wright.

Special Offering

Peace for Ukraine


The people of Ukraine are facing an unfathomable humanitarian crisis. As they try to make their way to safe borders, they are without power, water, fuel, food, and other basic supplies. In this time of desperate need, we ask that you help support the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) in their response to the situation in Ukraine and their efforts to work with sibling churches and other faith communities to provide aid.

CLICK HERE to help support PDA: Ukraine by using our online Giving page or by sending a check to the church office.

Read Your Own Darned Book Club (RYODB)

Meets monthly in the Cottage.

Join us for some light refreshments and a lively discussion (hopefully in person) of the many varied books we have read.

RYODBG January 2023

  • The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline—Ayer
  • Sarny by Gary Paulson—Ayer
  • Ordinary Grace by William Kent Kreuger—Ayer
  • House Rules by Jodi Picoult—Ayer
  • The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimer—Ayer
  • The Magnificent Lives of Marjorie Post by Allison Pataki—Becky
  • Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver—Becky
  • The Anomaly by Herve Le Tellier–Emelie
  • Left on Tenth: a Second Chance at Life, a memoir by Delia Ephron—Marie
  • These Precious Days by Ann Patchett—Marie
  • Dial A for Aunties by Jessie Q Sutanto—Marie
  • Four Aunties and a Wedding by Jessie Q Sutanto—Marie
  • The Night Swim by Megan Goldin—Judy R
  • The Other Typist by Suzanne Rindell—Judy R
  • Becoming by Michelle Obama (very good as audio)—Ellie
  • My Own Words by Ruth Bader Ginsburg—Ellie
  • This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger—Ellie and Debbie W
  • After the Fire: a True Story of Friendship and Survival by Robin Gaby Fisher (Seton Hall fire)—Debbie W
  • Horse by Geraldine Brooks—Ellie
  • Year of Wonders by Geraldine Brooks—Ann S
  • Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus–Berit

Latest suggestions from the Read Your Own Darned book list (Oct. 25, 2022 :

  • Solito by Javier Zamora—Becky
  • The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell—Becky
  • One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle—Anna
  • Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid—Marie
  • Born a Crime by Trevor Noah—Marie
  • State of Wonder by Ann Patchett—Ayer
  • Bel Canto by Ann Patchett—Ayer
  • After the Fire, a True Story of Friendship and Survival by Robin Gaby Fisher—Ayer
  • The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline—Ayer
  • The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamali—Judy R.
  • The Other Family by Wendi Corsi Straub—Judy R.
  • The Other Birds by Sarah Addison Allen—Janet S.
  • The 7 Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid—Debbie W.
  • Killing Reagan by Bill O’Reilly—Debbie W.
  • Taste, My Life Through Food by Stanley Tucci—Heather
  • Everything Happens for a Reason, and Other Lies I’ve Loved by Kate Bowler—Heather
  • Prayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren—Heather
  • The Measure by Nikki Erlick—Ann S.
  • Inside the O’Brians by Lisa Genova—Debbie W.
  • The Sound of Gravel by Ruth Wariner—Ann S.
  • A Little Life by Hanya Yanaghihara—Deirdre
  • Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel—Deirdre
  • Beartown by Fredrik Backman—Debbie W.

Read your own darned book group recommendations Sept. 20 2022

  • We Run the Tides by Vendela Vida—Becky
  • The Searcher by Tana French—Becky
  • The Hotel Nantucket by Elin Hilderbrand—Debby T
  • Jackie and Me by Louis Bayard—Debby T
  • Meant to Be by Emily Giffin—Debby T
  • The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles—Debby T
  • Out of the Clear Blue by Kristin Hannah—Debby T
  • Shaman by Kim Stanley Robinson—Ayer
  • Kingdom of the Blind by Louise Penny—Ayer
  • Tree House at Riverton by Kate Morton—Judy R
  • Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah—Judy R
  • A Little Hope by Ethan Joella—Judy R
  • Home Fire by Kamilla Shamsie—Judy R
  • Girl on the Cliff by Lucinda Riley—Judy R
  • Untamed by Glennon Doyle—Judy R
  • Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware—Janet
  • The It Girl by Ruth Ware—Janet
  • Talking Back by Andrea Mitchell—Ellie
  • In the Garden of the Beasts by Erik Larson—Debbie J
  • The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson—Debbie J
  • The Music of Bees by Eileen Garvin—Debbie W
  • The Magnolia Palace by Fiona Davis—Debbie W
  • The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis—Debby T
  • The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides—Berit
  • Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter—Berit
  • What She Knew by Gilly MacMillan—Berit
  • The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne—Berit

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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.


Open Door Nursery School Registration for 2022/2023

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

  • 2’s, 3’s and 4’s Program
  • 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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