Our services are about an hour long, with an upbeat and diverse variety of music and a warm and intimate atmosphere. Our sermons are thought-provoking and relevant; meant to inspire you and provide practical guidance for the rest of your week. More details on all of our programs and activities can be found in the menu bar at the top of the page.
Despite today's uncertain times, Spring is still a joyous season that represents all things good in this world as dead things spring to life once more.
It's a perfect time to reflect on God's faithfulness and unfaltering Grace as He regenerates life all around us. Spring brings with it hope just as each new bud brings the promise of a coming blossom. What was once dead and dormant becomes fully alive.
What a wonderful reminder that all is not lost and our weary and wary hearts can spring to life anew as well!
WPC invites you to find ways in help nourish your own spiritual growth this Spring. Whether it's through reading or sharing God's Word or by showing compassion and hope to those around you, let this be the Spring you grow closer to God and blossom fully into what he created you to be and bear good fruit.
Pop-Up-Trunk Food Pantry #2
WPC will be sponsoring a second food drive to help its church family and community members who are struggling to make ends meet during the Covid19 crisis.
Anyone from the church or surrounding communities who would like to participate on May 30th is asked to place their canned and non-perishable food donations in the trunks of their cars and drive through the WPC parking lot. The event will be staffed by gloved and masked volunteers who will remove the groceries from the trunks, so there will be no person-to-person contact. All non-perishable foods and canned goods are welcome but suggested items include macaroni and cheese, pasta, tuna fish, mayonnaise, peanut butter and jelly and hot and cold cereals.
On Saturday June 6th from 1:00-3:00 p.m. or while supplies last, WPC will open its pop-up trunk, mobile food pantry to the public for drive-thru distribution. Folks needing food can drive through the WPC parking lot, where gloved and masked volunteers will place a bag of groceries in the trunks of the cars, so once again there will be no person-to-person contact.
Mobile Pantry Program
A ton of thanks to everyone in our church family and from the surrounding community for their generous donations of food and household supplies this past weekend!
Donations are still being gratefully accepted 24/7 for the duration of the pandemic at the WPC Mobile Pantry Food Drop Station. The station is located along the church driveway between the Sanctuary and Harlan Hall Community Center.
The donated goods will be bundled and distributed this weekend, on Saturday May 2nd between 1 and 3 pm. Anyone needing food can drive through the WPC campus, stop and pop their trunk and a gloved, masked, and socially distant volunteer will place the groceries in your trunk.
Click below to see Erika Sayar's Original Drive Thru Food Drive Video:
Please join us for a very special Worship Service featuring guest vocalist Shaun Hennessy and his daughter Jacqueline as we celebrate Pentecost Sunday with a full virtual Service and share Holy Communion.
Virtual Taize Worship Service
Join us for a modified virtual version of our monthly Taize Service on Wednesday June 5th at 7:30.
Usually offered the First Wednesday of the month in the Sanctuary, Taize worship involves softly sung prayers of hope, peace, meditation, periods of silence, and short readings. It's a quiet and beautiful alternative to our formal Sunday Worship that gives worshipers a chance to take a break from the hectic pace of life, sit quietly in the darkened candlelit Sanctuary, and let simple beautiful songs, the sense of well-being and feeling of renewed faith wash over you. Now more than ever we need this contemplative, calming peaceful time of prayer. Join us for a modified virtual version of our monthly Taize Service.
Wednesday Night 5
In addition to live stream Sunday Service, Pastor Joe will be shedding a little light and hope every Wednesday at 7:30 with a weekly live stream message on the WPC Facebook Page
Wednesday Night 5 is a brief five-minute devotional to help keep folks connected during the Covid-19 pandemic and provide them with a mid-week spiritual boost