Welcome

 

COMING EVENTS AT WNPC….

Annual Congregational Meeting and Potluck, January 28
End of the year reports are due to the secretary by January 21.  Each Session committee, the Deacons, Treasurer, and Cemetery are asked to have a table during the potluck showing what all was accomplished in 2017 and what is projected for 2018.

Souper Bowl of Caring, February 4
The Mission Committee are asking the congregation to help prepare a batch of soup to be sold on February 4.  All profit from sales will go to the Mission Fund.  There are four different recipes (vegetable soup, potato soup, white chicken chili and chicken corn soup).  Pick up a recipe in the Narthex, make your batch of soup, and bring it to the church kitchen on February 3 by 10am.  Quart size containers of soup will be sold for $7.00 each after the Worship service on February 4.

The Mission Committee are taking donations of cans of soup through February 4.  The soups will be given to the Ray of Hope Mission Center.  Help a family by providing them with a warm meal.  All donations can be brought to the church office.

Ash Wednesday Service and 2nd Wednesday Dinner, February 14
There will be a Ash Wednesday Service (communion and ashes) in the fellowship hall at 5pm on February 14 followed by the 2nd Wednesday Dinner.

Free Lunch
2nd and 4th Tuesdays, Sept-May, 11:30am – 12:30pm

2nd Wednesday Dinners
2nd Wednesday, Sept-May, 5:30 – 6:30pm, menu varies
$5 a person or $10 a family

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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.

Our 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.