The church family of Williamsburg Presbyterian Church, whether you are a member or nonmember, is ready to become your partner in prayer with the following options:
CALL THE WPC CHURCH OFFICE:
Contact the church office (757-229-4235) with any special joy or concern you may have or send an email to: secretary @mywpc.org. The staff will direct your request in the appropriate manner which may include connecting you to the phone or email of a Pastor upon request. Office hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
If you call the church office after hours or on the weekend with an emergency request and wish to speak with a pastor, please contact:
Rev. Harold McKeithen (757-345-6910)
Rev. John E. Morgan (757-903-7800)
Rev. Rachel Hébert (757-903-5488)
COMPLETE A PRAYER REQUEST CARD:
This a wonderful, new way to share your joys or concerns with pastors or the congregation at-large. Whether celebrating a special birthday, graduation or anniversary, or expressing your need for support in times of stress and sorrow, the Prayer Request Card is another means of allowing you to make your requests known. You can indicate on the card the extent to which you wish your request to be shared. Every effort will be made to ensure a prompt and appropriate response with the highest regard for follow up.
Prayer request cards are available in the Friendship Registers in the church sanctuary and can be completed and placed in the collection plate during worship. They can also be completed in the Church Welcome Center and placed in the locked wooden prayer box.
Click here to view the Prayer Card:
Download the card for your use, and bring it to church.
CONTACT THE WPC PRAYER CHAIN:
The Prayer Chain, a longstanding ministry of the Deacons, and is happy to take your requests either through completing the form below or by sending an email to JoAnn Youhas (email@example.com) or Donna Kadlec (firstname.lastname@example.org). This group is composed of 15-20 church members who, each in turn, will earnestly pray for you. Your prayer request will remain confidential unless you indicate otherwise.