Each Week


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


  •   8:00 pm   College Bells


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


  •   7:00 pm   Leadership Mtgs


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


  •   9:00 am    Parents Timeout



  •   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.

SHYG Mission Trip to Nashville

LMVThe dates are set for June 8th - 13th! The planning is underway! Read the letter attached from Nicole and Nathan Hunter, leaders of the SHYG group. 

Stay tuned for ways you can support this group. Prayers are appreciated as they plan, prepare and raise funds for this very important venture.


Read more: SHYG Mission Trip to Nashville

SALT Class

The SALT Class meets weekly in the corner of the Social Hall to discuss various topics and books. Currently, the study is based on the book "Resisting Structural Evil: Love as Ecological-Economic Vocation" by Cynthia D. Moe-Lobeda.

All are welcome to join in this discussion group. The Sunday class begins at 9:10am.


Module C - January 11th - 25th

Sunday Morning Module - three Sundays in January from 9:15am - 10:15am  

Join us beginning January 11th for an Intergenerational ONE module in the Social Hall. We will hear eye-witness reports about our partnership with the Sabaneta IED Church in the Dominican Republic. Look for an appearance of a “cousin of Carlos!” And explore with us some of the delightful aspects of the Dominican culture. As our team again prepares to make the trip this spring, let’s consider how we can strengthen our bonds with our brothers and sisters in Christ! 


Kid's Club


Kid's Club is an after-school gathering, from 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. for children in grades Kindergarten through 4th grade. Learning is active with creative storytelling, music, crafts, snacks and games. We'll explore stories about how Jesus works through everyday people.

When: Tuesdays from 3:30 - 5:30pm; starting September 30, 2014. The new term will begin in early February. Click here for more details.

Location: New Wilmington Presbyterian Church Social Hall

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

Read more: Kid's Club

Confirmation Class

Confirmation Class for 9th - 12th grades will begin September 21st. Led by Lisa Hickman and Bob Latta, the class will explore their faith journeys and consider membership in the Spring. They will meet upstairs in the Balcony on Sunday mornings at 9:15.



Module A - Sep 21st - Oct 12th

Sunday Mornings     9:15am - 10:15am

Mission Modules

September 21  William Mwizerwa and Randy Hartley from Legacy Mission Village will speak on their devastating experiences in the Rwanda genocide. Click here for more information about their visit.

September 28  Denise Sciuto, Associate Director of Presbyterian Frontier Fellowship, will tell us about her work.

October 5  A guest from South Sudan, Rev. Madut Ngor (a leader in SSPEC, teaches philosophy and religious studies at the University of Juba).

October 12  Rev. Michael Weller, regional liaison for the Horn of Africa for the PC(USA) will both preach and share in the Sunday School hour. Michael and his wife Rachel live in Ethiopia. Rachel is a nurse for clinics and CHE facilitator and regional administrator.

One Intergenerational Modules

September 21 We will begin a four-week study open to ALL AGES! Focusing on God's great story as told in the Bible, we will create a Wall of Fame, representing highlights and lowlights of God's working and man's response through all 66 books of the Bible.


September 21 We will begin by reading and discussing Resisting Structural Evil, Love as Ecological-Economic Vocation, by Cynthia D. Moe-Lobeda.  This book examines the forces engaged in maintaining the contradiction involved in our being “profoundly caring human beings” caught up in systems and patterns – obvious but also covert - that oppressively exploit vast numbers of human beings and degrade the planet itself.   In addition to identifying and describing the sources of our sense of powerlessness in the face of this, the author explores hopeful patterns of response grounded in the “conviction that all of creation is embraced by a Love that will not cease in all the endless ages to come.’”  Her approach involves accessing all of our wisdom traditions as well as the academic disciplines developed in the course of the last two hundred years in the West. SALT meets in the southeast alcove.  Come and join the conversation.


2014 Vacation Bible School


 It's not just for kids!  It's for EVERYONE!

Join us as we kick off our four-day adventure on Sunday, June 8th from 5:30 pm until 8:00 pm. Each night we'll explore one of God's gardens from the scriptures. Also, each night we'll share a garden-themed meal with an international twist. As usual, we'll enjoy drama, music, and interactive skits hosted by Linda Black and her trusty sidekick, "Carlos" (Jason's twin brother). Dessert will provide one last sweet taste before our departure. 

We'll dig deeper as we do some planting in our souls and in the soil. We'll cultivate our minds and spirits as we play together, create communal art together, and package 10,000 meals to share with neighbors in need. A free will offering will be collected for our service/mission project.

ONE is 100% free!  And while space is not limited, reservations are needed, so please register soon! Registration forms can be found on the website or in the Ligo room at the church.  You can also call the church office at 724-946-3541.

Module D - Feb 15th - Mar 22nd

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

This six-week module will be the Lenten module focusing on The Good Shepherd.  This will be a peer group module.  Details to follow soon!





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. 



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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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.