Wyoming Presbyterian Church

Millburn, New Jersey

Sunday 4/5/2020

Out of an abundance of caution, on this Palm Sunday, our sanctuary will be closed for public worship. You can tune in to a live feed of the service with music and a message at 10:00 am on Facebook Live 

SUNDAY WORSHIP | 10:00 am 


The Rev. Caroline Steinemann Unzaga

SCRIPTURE: Matthew 20:1-16


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Help make bag lunches for a local Feeding Program


Friday, March 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the church kitchen:  Join us to make sandwiches and bag 120 lunches. Other ways to help from home:  bake and individually wrap brownies or write encouraging notes to be included in each lunch bag.

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Ash Wednesday 2/26 The Entry into Lent

Ash Wednesday Worship – 7:00 pm

A prayerful entry into Lent with the imposition of ashes.

Be there from the beginning.

The Message: The Rev. Caroline Steinemann Unzaga

The Music: Roberta Butler, soloist

IHN Volunteers needed 2/16 thru 2/23 @ St. George’s

Interfaith Hospitality Network : We are partnering with St. George’s and we NEED YOUR HELP! Guests arrive Sunday February 16!!


Please see the schedule below for tasks including: Meal preparation, Evening Hosting, Overnight Hosting, Greeter/server, and Children’s Activities

Please email Amy Cox-Martins at or Glen Hoffs at if you have any further questions.

We generally will not know the number of individuals or food preferences/allergies until the week prior to their arrival.  Usually we host 3-4 families with a total of 12-14 people, 4-8 adults and their children.

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Magnet for Mission-February

We are collecting PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY. Please place you donations on the shelves in Fellowship Hall or you can leave donations in the bin outside by the entrance to Open Door Nursery School

Christmas Gift Giving

A church in Mission!

Sunday, December 15, 2019

VERY SPECIAL MUSIC for Advent III worship

MUSIC: The service features favorite arias and choruses from Handel’s Messiah, along with carols and scripture. Participants include The Wyoming Concert Singers, Soprano Victoria Cannizzo, and The Bravura Philharmonic String Quartet, under the direction of Steven Shellman, Director of Music. 

An Advent Message from our Pastor

“Look closer and you will see this blessing is not finished,

that you are part of the path it is preparing,

that you are how this blessing means to be a voice within the wilderness

and a welcome for the way.”

            Jan Richardson, “Blessing the Way,” Circle of Grace

Dear Members and Friends of Wyoming Church,

As we continue our journey together, we have officially entered the season of Advent,  the season of waiting and hoping for the Coming Christ. Parking lots are jammed, holiday music is playing, lights are strung in our neighborhoods, even Netflix is suggesting Christmas movies for you. These are all signs that we are in a different kind of season, a season of jubilance and celebration.

Of course, the joy and hustle and bustle of the season is not the full story. Country Singer Kacey Musgraves wrote “Every year, I sincerely try, oh, but Christmas, it always makes me cry.” While there are ample opportunities to celebrate, this is also a time of year in which our own losses, loneliness and brokenness come to light.

The promise, of course, to all of us is that there is space for both joy and pain during Advent. Indeed, allowing ourselves to feel the ache of our human experience, as well as God’s coming Promise, is part of that preparation. After all, God-with-us came into a broken world, proclaiming a vision that we all still yearn for—peace, love, hope, and joy.   

At Wyoming Church, there are opportunities to hope and wait together as a community, as well as to reach out to those in need in our world through the missions of the church. I hope to see as many of you as are able during this time of prayer, preparation, fellowship—to make room for Christ in our hearts, homes, community and world.

May the blessings of Christ be with you this Advent and upcoming Christmas Season.

Blessings abound,

Rev. Caroline Steinemann Unzaga, Interim Pastor

Sight and Sounds of Christmas


A Christmas Workshop for the whole family w/ a Living Nativity 

Sunday, December 8th 3:30-5:00 pm

live animals| hot cocoa | carol singing | Christmas crafts

NEW THIS YEAR: A Giant magical snow globe you can walk through and become part of the scene.

Christmas music fills Fellowship Hall and the aroma of Christmas Cookies baking completes the atmosphere for this Wyoming tradition.  Join us to help make this an exciting event for our church family and friends.

All are welcome!

Contact: Sabrina Legiec

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