Welcome

ROAR – Life is Wild – God is Good!
Thank you to all who participated and volunteered for our VBS.


Childcare Preschool Teacher Wanted – Senior Staff
25 hours a week, 12:30pm – 5:30pm
Send resume to Janice Moore at wnpckids@yahoo.com

Youth Group Movie Night, September 13
At the home of Jaime and Luke Garvin from 8:00pm – 10:00pm
Youth Group activities for grades 6-12.  Outdoor movie night –
Evan the Almighty.  Hot dogs and popcorn provided.  Kids bring
a drink to share and something to sit on.

Fall Church and Community Yard Sale, September 28
Clean out your basements, attics, and sheds and join us on September 28 at our church and community yard sale.  The yard sale will run from 8am – 2:00pm with set up starting at 6:30am.  This will be held rain or shine with a 10′ x 10′ space costing $10.00.  All profit from the sale of spaces will benefit the mission fund of WNPC.  Call the church office to reserve a space (410-658-6366, x21).  WNPC reserves the right to ensure that items for sale are within the mission concepts of the church.

Solid Rock Players Performance, October 27
“The Rock Slinger and His Greatest Hit”.
Rehearsals are after church each Sunday for children entering 4th through 12th grade.

Charlie Zahm Concert, October 11
7:00pm, doors and purchase of tickets opens at 6:30pm
$10.00 for adults/$5.00 for children under 12.
Refreshments will be available.
Lots of great traditional songs, Celtic songs, and even a few of John Denver. Tad Marks joins on fiddle.

Children’s Trick-or-Treat, October 26 (note date change)
4:00-5:00pm
Children can trick-or-treat in the safety of our fellowship hall  Games, snacks, and trick-or-treating.

Free Lunch, the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from Sept. – May
11:30am – 12:30pm – open to all who hunger for food and food for the soul

2nd Wednesday Dinner, the 2nd Wednesday from Sept. – May
5:30pm – 6:30pm – $5 a person/$10.00 a family
Menu varies each month

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Our Vision
With God’s abundant love and guidance, our vision is to grow to effectively share with the community, through our words and works, the teachings and mercy of Jesus.


O
ur Mission
Our mission is to minister to whomever God chooses that we touch, to serve Him through worship and praise, to gain spiritual insight through learning and prayer, to find strength in faith, to be steadfast stewards of His word, to rejoice in the promise of His grace, to offer shelter to the weary, to nurture those in pain, to share with those in need, to offer hope to the hopeless, and to be a beacon of Christian love for our community.