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Pack Food for Stop Hunger Now
This Sunday, December 14th, we will be packing 10,000 meals which will be shipped all over the world! This promises to be an exciting and wonderful afternoon as we prepare for God’s coming into the world, by trying to do our part to make the world a bit more like the world God wants it to be.
Please arrive at WPC by 4 pm. Meet in... [Read more of this review]
Zionism Unsettled Course
Zionism Unsettled, the curriculum developed by the Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the PC(USA) will be offered by Swarthmore Presbyterian Church. The course is scheduled for 8 Sundays, without interruption starting on January 11th. That will include January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 8, 15, 22, andMarch 1. The sessions will be held from 12:30... [Read more of this review]
CHRISTMAS PAGEANT & CHRISTMAS EVE FAMILY SERVICE, 5:00 PM 12/24/14
Children and youth of all ages are invited to participate in this year’s Christmas Pageant, which will be performed as part of the Family Service on Christmas Eve at 5:00 PM. Those of you who have participated over the last few years know that our simple but beautiful Christmas Pageant is a chance for the children to be involved in the telling... [Read more of this review]
Session members and other interested WPC family are asked to join us after church on Sunday, November 16th for a short PowerPoint presentation and Q&A on all the wonderful old and new things happening at Chester Eastside.
The presentation will be made by Reverend Bernice Warren and Chester Eastside Board Chair, Bill Henderson and will be followed... [Read more of this review]
Buddhism and Christianity – Part 2
On Sunday, October 19, Glenn Willis, a professor at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies lead, during the Adult Forum, part 2 of a discussion about Buddhism and Christianity. His topic focused on the Buddhism and its comparisons to Christian biblical verses. A recording of his October 19 presentation is linked below.
“The Won Institute of Graduate... [Read more of this review]
THE STATE OF THE CHURCH CONVERSATION WITH THE MODERATOR
The Philadelphia Presbytery announced that the Moderator of the 221st General Assembly, Ruling Elder Heath Rada, will be at Abington Presbyterian Church, 1082 Old York Rd, Abington, PA on Saturday, October 25, 2014 from 7:00 p.m. -8:30 p.m.
All are invited to participate in this special opportunity to meet the Moderator and join in conversation with... [Read more of this review]
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]
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