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Sermons & Bulletins

Sermon for October 19 – Does Jesus Know Your PIN?

Preaching: Pastor Francois Scripture Passages: 1 Thessalonians 1: 1-10; Matthew... 

Sermon for October 12 – By Meekness and Gentleness

Preaching: Jessica Hawkinson Scripture Passages: Galatians 6: 1-2; II Corinthians... 

Sermon for October 5 – Bread for the World

Preaching: Pastor Francois Scripture Passages: Philippians 3: 4b-14; John 6: 51-58 Sermon: sermon Full... 

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Opportunities to Serve

American Red Cross Blood Drive October 15 from 2 – 7 PM

Our fall AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE will be Wednesday, 10/15, 2-7PM. Here’s... 

CityTeam Newsletter

CityTeam Philadelphia has begun a new quarterly newsletter. A link to the newsletter... 

Red Cross Blood Drive – May 21


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News & Events

Ordination of Sharon Knoell

Sharan Knoell, a former member of Wallingford Pres who was under the care of the WPC session during her time studying to be a minister has now been officially ordained. The picture below was taken at her installation at Valley United Presbyterian Church in Waverly, NY on Sunday, October 12, 2014. You can see Barbara Meahl in the background as all ordained... [Read more of this review]

Buddhism and Christianity

On Sunday, October 12, Glenn Willis, a professor at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies lead a discussion during the Adult Forum about Buddhism and Christianity. His topic focused on the theology of Chritianity that developed during the Reformation.   A recording of his October 12 presentation is linked below. He will return on Sunday, October 19,... [Read more of this review]

World Communion Sunday, October 5

This Sunday (October 5) Christians around the world will do as Christians have done since 1936—celebrate World Communion Sunday. Gathered around the table in cities and towns, in countries near and far, we will affirm our oneness in Christ, with each other, and with the church in every time and place. As a visible sign of the many places we come... [Read more of this review]

Trip to Bates Motel – October 19

OUTREACH is sponsoring a trip to the BATES MOTEL/ARASAPHA FARM ON SUNDAY, 10/19. We need to have 30 people sign up to get the discount tickets for $27/adults, $24/kids, which include the haunted motel, the haunted hayride, and the haunted corn maze. Meet at 5:15 at WPC to carpool there. Anyone wishing to go should contact Walt Kaminski 610-334-2025... [Read more of this review]

Ordination of Sharan Knoell

SHARAN KNOELL will be ordained as a minister/teaching elder on Sunday, October 12, 2014. Following her ordination she will be installed as the pastor of Valley United Presbyterian Church in Waverly, New York. The service of ordination begins at 4:30PM. Sharan would love to have friends from WPC attend. The church address is 459 Park Avenue, Waverly,... [Read more of this review]

Support WPC through Amazon Smile

Did you know Amazon has a program where .5% of every dollar you spend on most Amazon products can go to a designated charity? To designate WPC as your Amazon Smile designated charity, click on the “Get Started” button below . Wallingford Presbyterian Church   The proceeds to the church might not be significant – members... [Read more of this review]

American Red Cross Blood Drive October 15 from 2 – 7 PM

Our fall AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE will be Wednesday, 10/15, 2-7PM. Here’s a wonderful way to serve our community. Sign up at fellowship time today, 10/5 or 10/12 or see a Deacon. If you want to sign up online do the following: go to www.redcrossblood.org click on “DONATING BLOOD”, then click on “Schedule a blood donation appointment... [Read more of this review]

Differences between Buddhist and Protestant thought – October 12 & 19

ON SUNDAYS, 10/12 &10/19 @2PM, THE EDUCATION COUNCIL OF WPC will be welcoming Professor Glen Willis of the Won Institute of Graduate Studies in Glenside, PA. He will present a program on the differences between Buddhist and Protestant thought and Buddhism’s evolving role in modern society. The program will be in the Reception Room and refreshments... [Read more of this review]


A CHILI COOK-OFF AND TALENT NIGHT will be held Sunday October 12 at 6:00 PM. We’ll meet in the fellowship hall at 6:00 PM to judge the chili cook-off (and enjoy all the chili for a delicious dinner!). Following that we’ll move to the sanctuary for Talent Night, hearing music from our church family. We’ll end the evening with dessert... [Read more of this review]


Generally known as a lover of birds, animals, and creation in general – statues of St Francis frequently appear in gardens – Francis of Assisi was also a strong champion of the poor and outcast of his time and society. The son of a wealthy Italian cloth merchant, Francis underwent a deep spiritual transformation and lived a humble, peaceful life,... [Read more of this review]

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