Each Week

SUNDAY

  •   9:15 am   Sunday School MOD
  • 10:30 am   Worship
  •   7:00 pm   SHYG Youth

MONDAY

  •   8:00 pm   College Bells

TUESDAY

  •   3:30 pm   Kid's Club
  •   6:30 pm   JHYG Youth
  •   7:00 pm   Alcoholics Anon

WEDNESDAY

  •   7:00 pm   Leadership Mtgs

THURSDAY

  •   6:00 pm   Chancel Choir
  •   7:30 pm   Worship Team

FRIDAY

  •   9:00 am    Parents Timeout

 

MON - FRI

  •   9:00 - 11:00   NWPC Preschool

 

Listen In

Listen live Sunday mornings at 10:30 am (9:30 am in the summer) via Titan Radio 88.9 FM or anywhere via Titan Radio's web portal.  Mac users will need to download a free version of Flip for Mac in order to listen to the live stream.

New App for Families

GenOnMinistriesThere is a new App available for through GenOn Ministries!  Family 'Round the Table is a resource which provides your family with great ways to grow spiritually. It is a collection of "sessions" which correspond with the lectionary. Each session has four sections: Eating Together (menu, decorations and a blessing); Studying Together (Bible passage and discussion questions); Celebrating Together (prayer or song); and Playing Together (activity ideas).

On your Smart Phone Apps, search GenOn Ministries or Family 'Round the Table to download this .99 App. Well worth the money and effort!

Kid's Club

kidsclub

Designed for children in Kindergarten through 4th grade, Kid's Club is an after-school ministry led by Linda Black and an energetic team from our church family and Westminster College. Our children will explore Jesus' life through storytelling, creative projects and age-appropriate discussion. A snack will be served. Afterschool transportation from Wilmington Area Schools will be available. 

When: Tuesdays from 3:30 - 5:30pm; starting Feb 11th through Apr 8th

Location: New Wilmington Presbyterian Church Social Hall

Download a Registration Form, Bus Transportation Form or Information Form.

Module E - 4/27 thru 5/11

E is for Esther

May 18th not only marks the end of our Sunday School year, it will also mark the debut performance of E-16142, a JHYG production of the biblical story of Esther as a futuristic puppet performance!

 

Every Sunday School module will delve into a study of Esther in their own unique way from April 27th to May 11th as we collectively prepare for this exciting performance. For this module, we'll meet in the various age groupings Details to come!

 

Locations: TBD

 

 

Module D - 3/23 thru 4/6

Beginning Sunday, March 23rd 

Sunday Morning Module Offerings     9:15am - 10:15am

ONE: Baptism

Baptism is central to how we understand ourselves as a community of faith, yet there is often confusion about why and how we use the sacrament in the church. Should we baptize infants? Why is this ritual important to the whole body? Why do we offer vows during baptisms? These questions and more will be explored through various modes of creative teaching aimed at engaging all ages in learning about baptism.

Location: Social Hall


Theological Train Tracks Continues

As The Theological Train Tracks class continues on for a second round. This is a fun primer on theological basics on thinking the Christian faith. Upstairs in Room 214

 


New Members' Class SUNDAY EVENINGS 

Ralph will lead a three-week new member's class for all those discerning membership in our congregation. If you are interested in exploring membership in our congregation, speak to Elder Tim Cuff. 724-946-2036 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Location: TBD  


S.A.L.T.

Continues as usual downstairs.


 

 

CAYA: Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Continuing in the Youth Lounge. 

 

 

 

 

 

12-12-12

121212redo12 members, 12 months of commitment, 12 thousand mission support dollars, in a partnership with Cray Youth and Family Services, a non-profit agency in New Castle that provides after-school programs, Big Brothers - Big Sisters and other opportunities to help students of elementary and middle school age.

If you are interested in becoming involved in this mission, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Spiritual Formation Opportunities

Coming Soon!

In addition to all the modular Sunday School offerings, we've got a number of other opportunities to engage you and your families in spiritual formation. Set aside the time for these events, because you won't want to miss the 

St. Nicholas Day 

In the spirit of St. Nicholas of Myra, we’ll gather on December 6, 2013

to mix, roll, cut, bake, wrap, and deliver St. Nicholas cookies in our

community. Mark your calendar for this intergenerational event that

celebrates the life and legacy of one of the most known historic figures.

   

All-Church Retreat

 

Block out January 24-26 on your 2014 calendar for our All-Church

Retreat at the Castle in Franklin, PA. Not only is this a tradition for our

congregation, it’s an incredible time for fellowship, food and creative

spiritual formation. 

 

Confirmation

In 2014, we’ll begin a new Confirmation Class. In an effort to

understand how this congregation understands confirmation and what

we hope it leads toward, we’ll be hosting “confirmation focus groups”

for parents, youth and anyone invested in this practice of catechesis. If

you’re interested in participating in these conversations, please email

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Compline

Sometime this autumn, we are inviting Westminster students to join the

larger community in an exercise of being. Compline is simply 30

minutes of existential dwelling in a simple, yet holy space utilizing the

Taizé chants and silence. Coming soon to a Sunday night near you.

What is Sunday School Mod?

SundaySchoolModTitlePageWelcome to Sunday School Mod! Don't worry, it's still Sunday School, just with a few moderations! For starters, this year our Sunday School gatherings will be offered through five different modules (A through E). Each module will have several classses available for various ages and interests and will last for a set number of weeks (3-5). In between each module, there are breaks and a few communal meals peppered in the mix.

We're also going to live into the value of intergenerational formation a little more by offering three intergenerational classes where we'll look at the Eucharist, Baptism, and the Holy Seasons of Advent and Christmas. Each class session will be uniquely designed to engage participants of all ages.

There will also be a module focused on spiritual formation in the home, which will, perhaps ironically, take place in our homes. It's called Bread and Breakfast. Interested? There will be more information about B&B soon.

Then, we'll finish out the year with a deeper look at the story of Esther. Through various classes, we'll dig deepter into this dramatic book that holds a place in our Bible, yet never mentions God once. This class will culminate in the JHYG producation of E-16142: A Puppet Rock Opera.

Beyond these great offerings, we'll also gather for St. Nicholas Day, the All-Church Retreat, Pancake Tuesday, a Seder Meal during Holy week, and our intergenerational Vacation Bible School in June.

Module C - 2/2 thru 3/2

Sunday Morning Module Offerings     9:15am - 10:15am

Breakfast & Bread

In February, we’re going to try something completely different with

Sunday School… we’re going to try it in your homes! During Module C, everyone who signs up for the Breakfast & Bread module, will have a loaf of bread and a short devotional reading delivered to your door on Sunday morning. Then, from 9:30-10:00, you're invited to sit with those you love, while you enjoy your Breakfast (the loaf) & Bread (the devotional). You must sign up for this class on February 2nd at the first gathering. Join us at 9:15 in the Social Hall.

Location: Your Home

 


Trains, the Trinity, and Thinking Theologically

All aboard for this light hearted five-week module in which we take a ride

on a theological train. We'll hook together five key theological tools for

learning to THINK the Christian faith, especially for reflection and worship

on the mystery of God's triune life as three-in-one, one-in-three. This is

a fun introduction to the work of Christian theology.

Location: Room 214

 


S.A.L.T. (year long)

Salt is an ongoing study and invigorating discussion of contemporary and theological issues faciliated by Jim Hines. Even though this class meets all year, folks are invited to come and join at any point during the year. All are truly welcome.

Location and details: Salt Room downstairs

 


CAYA: Dietrich Bonhoeffer (year long)

This year the College and Young Adults gathering is working through a daily devotional that features the writings of neo-orthodox theologian, Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Though this class is geared toward our Westminster Students, all are welcomed to join the discussion.

Location: Youth Room

 

Module B - 11/3 thru 11/24

Sunday Morning Module Offerings     9:15am - 10:15am

 

ONE: Advent, Christmas and Epiphany, Oh My!

 

The holiday season is one of those periods of the year that always

seems to creep up on us unexpectedly. School starts and the next

thing you know… it’s Thanksgiving and we’re behind in everything.

This year, we’d like to help prepare our families, and really the whole

congregation, for the holy season of Advent and Christmastide. So,

we’re offering a special four-week module/workshop to get you and

yours ready for one of the most blessed times of the year. Each week

we’ll look at a different way to celebrate the season. Come make

Chrismon cans, color some Jesse Tree ornaments, shrinky-dink your O’

Antiphons, and make your Advent wreath. This is an all ages,

hands-on module for more than just families… it’s for everyone!

Location: Social Hall 

 


Advent, In Home Edition 

Advent In Home Edition, is our non-modulated, holy season devotional,

during which we’re encouraging families and smaller groups to gather

together to observe the four Sundays of Advent in local homes (Dec. 1 to

Dec. 25). All materials are provided… no experience necessary.

Location: Your Home 

 


Shiny Gods

What happens when we truly put God first in all aspects of our lives? In a

culture guided chiefly by shiny, life-promising distractions, “enough”

seems elusive and keeps us indebted to that next source of satisfaction.

What if the Giver of Life offered freedom from this downward spiral—

would you take it? In Shiny Gods, pastor and author Mike Slaughter

helps readers reassess priorities and create a culture and a lifestyle of

giving with a special emphasis on missions.

Location: TBD 

 


S.A.L.T. 

Salt is an ongoing study and invigorating discussion of contemporary

and theological issues facilitated by Jim Hines.

Location: Salt Room 

 


CAYA: Dietrich Bonhoeffer 

Our College and Young Adults will continue on with their daily devotional

that features the writings of neo-orthodox theologian, Dietrich

Bonhoeffer. Though this class is geared toward our Westminster

Students, all are welcomed to join the discussion.

Location: Youth Room

 

Module A - 9/15 thru 10/13

Sunday Morning Module Offerings     9:15am - 10:15am

 

ONE: The Eucharist

Communion is one of the most important, yet misunderstood practices of

the church. What is it? Why do we do it? Should our children participate?

And, how should we observe it as a community of faith? Join us for this

intergenerational look at the Lord’s Supper through drama, art, teaching,

discussion and a unique hands on experience for all ages. This class is

targeted at parents and their children, but all are encouraged to come.

 

Location: Social Hall 

 


Secrets of the Vine 

Secrets of the Vine is a scripture study on John 15 taught by Carey

Anne Meyer. It is for anyone who wishes to dig into John’s image of

God as a vinedresser. It is a scriptural opportunity, but no scholarship

is required! It is really a conversation about abiding in God’s way–and

learning to be at peace with it.

Location: Library

 


Baptized for Life 

Has your child has been baptized? Wonderful! Now what do you do?

All parents with recently baptized children (in the last 5 years) are invited

to join Ralph in a 5 week conversation full of ideas on what to do next in

your child's Christian formation. We'll look at practices such as family

meals, shared prayer, scripture readings, and service opportunities,

drawing on wisdom from older parents in the congregation as well as

from the wider Christian tradition. Childcare will be available in Room

213, directly adjacent to where the class will meet.

Location: Room 214 

 


S.A.L.T. 

Salt is an ongoing study and invigorating discussion of contemporary

and theological issues facilitated by Jim Hines.

Location: Salt Room near Social Hall 

 


CAYA: Dietrich Bonhoeffer 

This year the College and Young Adults gathering is working through a

daily devotional that features the writings of neo-orthodox theologian,

Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Though this class is geared toward our Westminster

Students, all are welcomed to join the discussion.

Location: Youth Room