9:30am • 4th Sunday of Advent: Traditional Worship Service*
11am • Christmas Eve Family Service and Pageant*
8pm • Christmas Eve Candlelight Service*
*Event will also be live-streamed.
We anticipate and celebrate our Lord's birth with worship, music, workshops and decorations at WPC. The Worship Ministry invites all members and friends to participate by sponsoring the purchase of poinsettias for the beautification of our sanctuary.
Orders must be received by Sunday, December 3. Donate your poinsettia(s) for delivery to a shut-in or pick up your poinsettia(s) after our 8pm service on Christmas Eve until 5pm on Thursday, December 28. There will be a sheet on the chancel steps with names of donors; kindly cross off your name when picking up your poinsettia.
The Salvation Army Angel Tree Tags are now available in Stevenson Hall. Make Christmas Day memorable for someone less fortunate. Stop by the Christmas tree in the fellowship hall. It is decorated with 75 angel tags for children and 10 tags for seniors. Adopt an angel and buy gifts for that child or senior. You will be demonstrating the meaning of Christmas and sharing God’s gift of love. Gifts should be returned by December 12. Thank you for your generous support of the Salvation Army.
Pastor Pam offers words of support and encouragement, and invites all who are grieving during the holidays to participate in some special events. Click "continue reading" to read the full post.
The season of Thanksgiving and Christmas is one of the most difficult times of the year for those who have lost loved ones. Whether this is the first holiday season or the 10th or 20th holiday season, grief is always present. Sometimes grief ambushes us when we least expect it and we cannot...
Every year at Christmas time we are reminded of God’s perfect gift to us – His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.
And every year at Christmas time our church supports the special offering called “Christmas Joy.” This is our way of reflecting on God’s loving gift and our...
Every year at Christmas time we are reminded of God’s perfect gift to us – His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. And every year at Christmas time our church supports the special offering called “Christmas Joy.” This is our way of reflecting on God’s loving gift and our...
Please prayerfully consider giving generously. Envelopes will be available at church services, and checks may also be sent to the church office with “Christmas Joy Offering” on the memo line. You will also be able to give online at the WPC website.
If you have any questions, please contact Judy Austin or the church office. Thank you for your support of the Christmas Joy Offering – a 140-year-old Presbyterian ministry!
IF WE ALL DO A LITTLE, IT ADDS UP TO A LOT!
The Gift of Christmas is a wonderful way to experience the true spirit of Christmas by supporting one or more of the 20 highlighted programs during the Christmas season. Your support of one or more of these programs can be a Christmas Gift in honor of your relatives, friends or neighbors. If you choose, you can receive an angel ornament or card (or both) to acknowledge both the gift and the recipient. You may also make a donation in memory of a loved one.
Alzheimer’s Association * Angels of Mercy Medical Clinic * Avalon–a Center for Women * Blooms that Brighten, Inc. * Colonial CASA * Community of Faith (COFM)–Emergency Winter Shelter * Dream Catchers * Edmarc – Helping Families with pediatric illness, loss and bereavement * Williamsburg Faith in Action * Families of the Wounded * FISH * Grace Inside Prison Ministry * Presbyterian Children’s Home of the Highlands * Hospice House of Williamsburg * Lackey Clinic * Literacy for Life * Meals on Wheels–including Summer Meals for Kids * Olde Towne Medical Center * Saint Francis Service Dogs * Salvation Army
Look for details in the December 3rd Bulletin and also visit the Gift of Christmas table Dec 3rd or contact Karen Annoni* for more information.
*Contact information for all individuals is available through the WPC online directory or by contacting the church office at 757-229-4235.