If you are considering a new place of worship or a relocation to our area, we would love to have you be our guest.
When you visit our church, you will find:
Worship (A Traditional Service) 10:00
Sunday School (ages 3 - adult) 9:00
Join your WPC family on Sunday June 2nd for Celebration Sunday (formally known as Children's Day). We will begin our day at Wyalusing Presbyterian Church with Sunday School at 9:00, followed by Worshiping together at 10:00. From the church we will head to the boro park for a fun-filled afternoon. We will eat a covered dish lunch and play lots of fun games.
If you would like to help plan or contribute, please see Linda, Sue, or Becky. These ladies are currently working with Lorna to solidify the food options...there is a sign up paper on the bulletin boards at the church.
Be sure to bring "play clothes" to the park. AND you will need SOCKS to enter the jumpy house!
ESSENTIAL TENETS BIBLE STUDY
Barry will be leading a Bible study on the Essential Tenets of the Reformed Tradition (what we Presbyterians consider our Core Beliefs) beginning Wednesday (4/10) evening at 7:30. It should last about an hour and a half. During the study, we will follow a curriculum that you can download on the internet. If you would like to download some or part of the curriculum--Doorways: Study Guide for the Essential Tenets--ahead of time, go to www.fellowship-pres.org/study-guides. Choose the lessons under "Participant's Guide." You can download the lessons one at a time or as many lessons as you want.
This is very important for us to study as our denomination undergoes continual changes. I hope you will consider attending. It should be a good and informative study.
The Young Adults & Children group at WPC sells RADA Cultery as a continuous fundraiser. We keep a small inventory in stock or you can order at any time. If you would like to see what we have or look at a book, you can leave us a note in the mailbox or contact Becky or Sue.
Brewed Awakening is in need of our prayers and support. Without help from the community, they will not survive. You can support them by by frequenting the coffee shop, ordering your lunch from there, designating some of your dollars to this ministry, and volunteering.
They support such local missions as the Leo Club's Christmas for Kids and Coat Drive, serve as a collection point for the Endless Mountains Pregnancy Care Center, and are a hub for the Loaves and Fishes Ministry.
Please keep them in your prayers and help out if you are able. If you have any questions, catch up with Fran H. or Dave H.
Children have been LOVING the camps at Camp Lackawanna (located in Vosburg, PA - near Tunkhannock) for years....come this year to see what the excitement is about. The mission of Camp Lackawanna is to provide a living sanctuary where pwople of all ages can experience God through learning to care for the natural world and one another.
To register visit www.lackawannapresby.org/camphome to print a registration form and read all about the camps, fees, discounts, camperships, arrival and departure times and camp location. Then fill out the form and include a $50 non-refundable deposit check (for each session) made payable to Camp Lackawanna. Mail these items to:
PRESBYTERY OF LACKAWANNA
550 MADISON AVE
SCRANTON, PA 18510
These are the camps that are being offered this summer: