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Sermons & Bulletins

Sermon for May 28 – Expanding the Neighborhood

Preaching: Pastor Rob Scripture Passages: Romans 8: 31-39; Acts 8: 26-39 Sermon: Full... 


Sermon for May 21 – Singing Our Faith

Preaching: Pastor Francois Scripture Passages: Acts 17:22-31, 1 Peter 3:13-22; John... 


Sermon for May 14 – Healing Troubled Hearts

Preaching: Pastor Francois Scripture Passages: Acts 7:55-60, 1 Peter 2:2-10;  John... 


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Opportunities to Serve

Strawberry Festival Volunteers

We need more than 200 volunteers to fill all the jobs necessary to run the Strawberry... 


Church Clean-up – Saturday, May 20

The Trustees Church Clean-up, originally  rescheduled to Saturday, May 13 from 9... 


WOW Circle for Spring – Mission Kits

We are asking individuals or groups to make monetary contributions to purchase items... 


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News & Events

Vacation Bible Camp for 2017 Has Been Cancelled

Due to various short-term staff-related issues, the session, the Education Council, and Rob recently decided to cancel Vacation Bible Camp at WPC this summer.  VBC has been supported by four paid staff people (and an army of amazing volunteers.)  This summer, three of those staff people will be unavailable for VBC.  Holly is getting married in June. ... [Read more of this review]


Red Cross Blood Drive Results

                                    THANK YOU FOR GIVING THE GIFT OF LIFE  Thanks to the donors who kept the red cross staff busy through the entire blood drive at WPC and gave 53 units of blood on May 10. Thanks to all the Deacons for making calls and to John Stauffer, Tom Erickson, and David Rudd for leading this great event.  ♥... [Read more of this review]


Strawberry Festival Volunteers

We need more than 200 volunteers to fill all the jobs necessary to run the Strawberry Festival successfully. In order to do that, a sign-up form has been created in Sign Up Genius. Please follow the link below and sign up for anything you can do to make this year’s event a success.   Sign-up link  Read More →


All-church Mini Retreat

Sunday, June 11, 2017 following the Worship Service  Intergenerational mini-retreat - We will play some games, have fun, and get to know one another better… lunch provided.  Our retreat leader is Beth Toler, MDiv, ThD, LMFT Assistant Professor of Pastoral and Theological Studies, Neumann University Individual, Relationship, and Family Therapist... [Read more of this review]


Church Clean-up – Saturday, May 20

The Trustees Church Clean-up, originally  rescheduled to Saturday, May 13 from 9 to 12, has been postponed again. The new date is Saturday, May 20. The time is still 9 – noon. Bring gardening gear (rakes, wheel barrows, pruners, tarps, etc) and come make WPC look good.  Read More →


Taize Service and Labyrinth Walk – May 17

The May Taize Service will begin at 7:30 PM on May 17. People are encouraged to spend time praying the Labyrinth in Fellowship Hall before, or after the service. The Labyrinth will be open from 6 – 9PM. Taize Services are meant as a way of seeking God in silence and prayer in the midst of our daily life.  Read More →


Summer Music Ministry

Summer Music The Chancel Choir and Bell Choir both begin their summer hiatus starting Memorial Day weekend – which means that starting then we switch to Summer Music. This summer we’ll have a Summer Choir, Summer Taizé Sundays, and Summer Soloists. Here’s more information about all three summer offerings: Summer Choir: Summer Choir is open to... [Read more of this review]


WOW Circle for Spring – Mission Kits

We are asking individuals or groups to make monetary contributions to purchase items to assemble Health, School, and Emergency Clean-Up Bucket kits. Kits are valued as follows: Health Kits are $17; School Kits are $17; and Emergency Clean-Up Bucket Kits are $78. Checks should be made out to Wallingford Presbyterian Church and marked “WOW Mission Kits.”... [Read more of this review]


Results: Rise Against Hunger – Sunday, April 30

Thank you…to the sixty plus volunteers who helped make the April 30th meal pack out event an outstanding success. In just under two hours, the crew packed 12,528 meals (58 cases of 36 packets of six meals each) and had a ton of fun doing it. Delighted to see both the long list of regulars and a healthy list of new faces among the crew. Just prior... [Read more of this review]


Gardening with FUSE

FUSE is partnering with ‘The Delaware County Master Gardeners’ Intergenerational Garden” to relocate the current gardening plot from 6th and Morton Ave to the new plot ~ 14’ x 120’ at 322 E. 8th St., Chester, located behind the parking lot of St. Paul’s. FUSE is now reaching out for volunteers to help clean up the old location,... [Read more of this review]


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