News, announcements,
and a word of encouragement.
WPC Friends,

WE MADE IT! This Sunday we’re concluding our journey through The Story, and we’re wrapping up by diving into a book of the Bible that’s often misunderstood. There’s a story told about John Calvin, one of the forefathers of Presbyterianism, where he’s asked about Revelation and essentially says, “I didn’t write much about it because…I don’t get it!” 

The truth is, while parts of Revelation may be confusing, it tells of good news — God is in control, always has been and always will be, and God longs to make things right for ALL creation. Join us as we explore that reality at 9:30am in the Sanctuary and 11:15am in the Fellowship Center!

Grace and Peace,
Pastor Dave
Rummage Sale - May 18
Support our high school (SYF) students as they fund raise for the summer mission trip. Come to the WPC parking lot from 7 - 11am this Saturday morning and find some treasures!
Basic Excel class
1 pm, Sunday, May 19
Contact Janet VanAlsten if you can come and if you would like to order a sub sandwich for lunch
ACTION Serve Day - Saturday, June 1
Children's and Family Ministries is organizing a morning spent helping a local resident with yard work. This is a great service activity for individuals and families! Sign up on the Courtyard or contact Julie Martin.
Saturday Suppers Begin in June
On the first Saturday evening of June, July and August, be part of a dinner group of 7 - 9 people meeting in homes. If you would like to be a host or a guest for these themed potluck dinners, contact Julie Martin or sign up on the Courtyard.
VACATION BIBLE CAMP
June 24-27
Registration in process on the Courtyard on Sundays,
or contact Children's & Family Ministries
Digging Deeper Questions
From Chapter 31 of "The Story"
The End of Time
  1. What’s the craziest dream you’ve ever had? 
  2. What is the hardest part for you, when it comes to reading Revelation? What is a question you have about the book?
  3. On one hand, Revelation is a letter. On the other it's a prophetic work. Why might it be important to see it as both?
  4. Reflect on Revelation 1:3. What do you think John means when he says, “Blessed is the one who reads the prophecy…and who hears and keeps what is written in it”? 
  5. Read Revelation 21-22. How is the end of the Bible similar to the beginning? How is it different? 
  6. As John records his vision, there are seven messages to seven different churches. Each message follows the same general pattern: an attribute about Jesus, a praise, a rebuke, a warning, and a promise. Write a letter to WPC following that same pattern. 
Friday, May 17
1pm "Wonder & Joy" Women's Outing - Offsite
8 pm   AA - Sanctuary
Saturday, May 18
7am Rummage Sale - Parking Lot
8:30am AA - Community Outreach Center
1pm Rammon violin recital - Sanctuary
10am Al-Anon - Community Outreach Center
7pm AA - Community Outreach Center
Sunday, May 19
9:30am - Traditional Service - Sanctuary; Sunday school - classrooms
10:30 Coffee hour - Courtyard
11:15am Contemporary Service - Fellowship Center
1pm Rammon violin recital - Sanctuary
1pm Excel class - Balcony Room
6pm SYF (High School Youth Group ) - Youth Center
Monday, May 20
12 pm AA - Community Outreach Center
1pm Monday Bible Study - Library
7pm Boy Scout Troop 485 - Community Outreach Center
7pm Stephen Ministry - Oakside
Tuesday, May 21
11am Staff meeting - Offsite
4pm Finance committee - Oakside
6pm JYF (Jr. High Youth Group) - Youth Center
7pm Small group - Library; 7pm CVYO Board - Oakside
7:30pm GA - Trailer; Student Ministries committee - Youth Lounge
Wednesday, May 22
9:30 Koffee Klatch - Oakside
3pm Communication committee - Balcony Room
4:30 AA - Trailer
6pm Shelter Meal - Community Outreach Center
7 pm Session - Oakside; Women on Wednesday - Library; AA - Balcony Room
7:30pm CNA (High School Bible Study) - see J. R. Robertson
Thursday, May 23
9:30 Prayer Shawl Ministry - Library
2pm CVYO - Fellowship Center
6:30 The Story small group - Library
7 pm   AA - Community Outreach Center
7:30pm Choir Room; GA - Trailer
Friday, May 24
8 pm   AA - Sanctuary
Saturday, May 25
8:30am AA - Community Outreach Center
10am Al-Anon - Community Outreach Center
7pm AA - Community Outreach Center
Sunday, May 26 (Memorial Day Weekend)
9:30am - Traditional Service - Sanctuary; Sunday school - classrooms
10:30 Coffee hour - Courtyard
11:15am Contemporary Service - Fellowship Center
6pm SYF (High School Youth Group ) Youth Center
Regular Sunday Schedule:
9:30 Traditional Service, Sanctuary
Sunday school, Classrooms
10:30 Coffee hour, Courtyard
11:15 Contemporary Service,
Fellowship Center
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