WOMEN’S MINI-RETREAT

Women, mark your calendars for a Women’s Mini-Retreat on Fri., April 27, 6-9 p.m. at Pastor Lisa’s home. Bring some food to share or simply come as you are able. Pastor Lisa will lead us in Lectio Divina (sacred reading of scripture), small group sharing, and prayer as we munch on food...

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Holy Week Schedule

Palm Sunday, March 25 – 8, 9, 11 a.m. Maundy Thursday Tenebrae Service, March 29 – 7 p.m. Good Friday Prayer Vigil, March 30 – 12 p.m. & 7 p.m. Easter Sunday, April 1 at 8, 9 & 11 a.m. GOOD FRIDAY PRAYER VIGIL Good Friday is March 30th. This...

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Men’s Retreat Coming Soon!

All PCW men and friends: The 11th Annual Men’s Retreat is scheduled for February 23-25 at the Bartels’ Farm. Our planning team is working on a great slate of activities, fellowship, Bible study, prayer, guns and the usual menu of great food and libation.  For some early inspiration read Ephesians 6:10-18 and then mark...

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Wyoming Historical Marker

On October 29th The Presbyterian Church of Wyoming held a dedication ceremony for a historical marker from The Wyoming Historical Society.  The new marker is on the lawn on Wyoming Ave. side of the building. Chartered in September of 1870, PCW is the oldest congregation in the city of Wyoming. ...

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Reformation 2.0?

Disruptive technology that transforms the way that people receive and share information Massive changes in social norms and dynamics Scientific discoveries that were upending ideas that were long held Churches that were struggling to communicate and be relevant Nations in conflicts that seemed to be intractable Sounds like 2017, doesn’t...

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Back to the Basics of Worship

FALL SERMON SERIES “BACK TO THE BASICS OF WORSHIP” We will go back to the basics of worship in the Presbyterian tradition. This four-week sermon series, Back to the Basics of Worship: Word, Song, Prayer and Sacraments begins Sunday, August 20th, with a focus on the Word. The following Sundays...

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