Bible Study
Wednesdays at 11am in the fellowship hall

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

MISSION – Operation Christmas Child
Send a Christmas shoebox filled with special goodies for a child.  Pick up a shoebox in the Narthex, decide whether you will pack a box for a girl or a boy, and the age category: 2–4, 5–9, or 10–14, start with a quality “wow” item such as a stuffed animal to get the child’s attention the instant he or she opens the box, fill the box up completely.  Tape one of the labels onto the shoebox.  Instructions in each shoebox.  Please do not include money, candy, or toothpaste.  Pastor Jim will bless the shoeboxes on November 12 before delivery.

MISSION – Friends for Health in Haiti
The Mission Committee of WNPC has supported the Friends for Health in Haiti in the past and we will again this year. The mission of Friends for Health in Haiti is to improve the health of the people of Haiti in a caring, compassionate manner, as a reflection of Christian faith.

We are collecting the following items through November 12.  Pastor Jim will bless them, and then they will be packaged in Kingston, New Jersey and flown to Haiti.  Please bring your donations to the church office.

Matchbox cars – do not need to be new
Beanie babies – do not need to be new
Jump ropes
Small balls
Coloring books
Colored pencils – crayons melt in the sun
Hair ribbons
New toothbrushes
Small tubes of tooth paste
Small cakes of soap
Underwear – small sizes



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.