The SHYG youth have arrived safely in Duncannon, PA for their 2013 Mission Trip. The Duncannon Presbyterian Church has a hiker ministry out of the town's library. They have received a grant to improve this hiker center of the Appalachian Trail. During the trip the youth will also have an opportunity to walk a portion of the trail.
Please keep the group in your prayers! They will share with us the details of their trip next Sunday following worship.
Follow them with their photos by clicking here.
You won't want to miss two special events next Sunday! Mark them on your calendar!
SHYG Pilgrimage Report: Stay in the Sanctuary immediately following worship and enjoy the pictures showing our teens' experiences with the Hiker Ministry of Duncannon, PA. (They depart at 6:00 on Sunday, June 16th)
Pot Luck Lunch and Strawberries: Immediately following SHYG's presentation! Please bring your own table service and a dish to share-but no dessert. Strawberries and beverage provided by the Fellowship Committee.
It's not just for kids! It's for EVERYONE!
This week we ate together, learned together, played together, and crafted together as we learned more about four of our Mission Partnerships: Dominican Republic, Vietnam, South Sudan and Duncannon, PA. It was a great week!
Check out the Photo Gallery of the hundreds of pictures taken this week at VBS! Thank you, Linda and Ruth, for your talent in photography!
Mark your calendars! Beginning JUNE 9th and continuing through the summer months, our worship service will begin at 9:30 am.
There are two exceptions: Sunday, July 22nd, NWMC will begin the service at 11:00 am. Also, July 29th, the Community Worship service held at Westminster College's Anderson Amphitheater will begin at 10:30 am.
On Sunday, May 26, three friends of our congregation graduated from the City Recue Mission's year-long recovery program. Wayne Bock, Larry Moore, and Matthew Ryhal are pictured here with folks from our congregation. Members of our Praise Team contributed music to the program. We celebrate the hard work our friends have done, and God's faithfulness to them in blessing them in recovery.
You can help the victims in Oklahoma with your donations to the Presbyterian Disaster Fund. Three options are available:
1) Simply drop the check in the offering plate made payable to New Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Please indicate in the memo portion of your check "Oklahoma Relief". The funds will be sent to Presbyterian Disaster Fund.
2) You may also send your check to the Presbytery Office made payable to Presbyterian Disaster Fund.
3) Another option is to donate online directly through the website, www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/pda.
We need you!!! If you are interested in playing church softball (male or female, age 14 and up) please call Lyle Johnston at 724-946-2009. Games are on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The games run from mid-May through mid-July.
Come on out and have some fun!
It's not too early to start thinking about SUMMER CAMP! Check out the Hobbit Theme and other themes at Seneca Hills. Venture through the book of Genesis with the "All Things New" theme at Camp Lambec. Whether you are looking for Family Camps or camps for children and youth, there is something for everyone. Check it out!
NWPC Preschool is now enrolling for the 2013-2014 school year!