Pickleball, basketball and ping pong have been extremely popular at WPC. Church friends and community members are constantly utilizing the church asphalt parking lot to learn to ride bikes, play basketball and pickleball. The addition of the ping pong table on the south lawn has been popular too with people playing throughout the day and evening. Should … Continue reading There’s always something happening at WPC!
Wedgwood Presbyterian invites ALL to participate in our Candlelight Christmas Eve Service of lessons of carols safely from your home via Zoom. 7:30pm PST. Be prepared with a candle to light from your home during the hymn Silent Night near the end of the service. You can request a Zoom link from firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-525-8787.
Thank you for keeping us updated on your offerings for the Pantry! I can tell you it is being well-used by people who are accepting offerings and by those of you dropping off items. It appears that all kinds of items are getting picked up – masks, toothbrushes, wipes, feminine hygiene items, produce from the … Continue reading Little Free Pantry Update
Please join your friends at Meaningful Movies (MM) for the upcoming online AUCTION, AWARDS CELEBRATION, and SPECIAL EVENTS! Below is a schedule of events and brief descriptions. ONLINE MMP AUCTION - Saturday, October 17 - Thursday, October 22 Register Here This is our big annual fundraiser that couldn’t happen in May because of … Continue reading Meaningful Movies Special Events
The Recology recycling event has been rescheduled to Saturday, October 3rd. 9:00am - 1:00pm on our South Property. Wedgwood Presbyterian Church is sponsoring an outdoor recycling event on our south parking lot. There will be pick-ups for batteries, electronics, and much more! Paper shredding will also be offered this year. Mark the date!
Session approved installing a Little Free Pantry, LFP (more information below) at church. The youth at church were offered the opportunity to assist with this building project for the community. Below is a set of photos of people receiving instructions and using power tools to assemble the LFP. There will be more work parties with … Continue reading Little Free Pantry
Meaningful Movies is having a virtual screening on July 9th. Here is the link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3FiPPx8OR6ayd2LAU1C_ug
On June 19, 1865, Union Army Major General Gordon Granger entered Galveston, TX with news that the Civil War had ended and those who had been enslaved were now free. This was 2 ½ years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation went into effect and several months after the end of the war. Reactions to the … Continue reading In Honor of Juneteenth