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Looking ahead........

 

A Congregational Meeting will immediately follow the worship service on Sunday, October 29.

 

We welcome guest preacher, Rev. Martha E. Brown, Sunday November 5.

 

There will be a Thanksgiving Eve worship service at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 22.

 

The church will be closed for Thanksgivng on Thursday and Friday, November 23 & 24.

 

 

 

 WORSHIP AND SUNDAY SCHOOL

9:30 A.M.

 

If you listen to our Sunday worship service on WRDV (11:00 a.m. 89.3 FM) and are unable to attend due to distance or ill health, we may be able to arrange to mail the service bulletin to you. 

Please inquire by calling our office.

 


Special Events throughout the year:
 
There are a variety of special events that happen at First Presbyterian Church of Warminster throughout the year.
 
During Lent, we share food and fellowship with an Ash Wednesday covered dish dinner and we also have several soup nights where the crockpots are plentiful and a speaker leads us in devotions.

  

  • On Palm Sunday, there is a pancake breakfast beginning at 8:00 AM before the service.

 

  • On Easter, you may join in singing the Hallelujah Chorus at the conclusion of our worship service.

 

The Mother and Daughter Banquet in May is always well-attended. It includes great food and entertainment.

 

 

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In June, our traditional Bible school has become Vacation Bible Theater. We use the format of theater and music to communicate the stories of the Bible to our children, age 4 through 6th grade.

 

In September, the Church Picnic is held on the church grounds and in the social hall. In addition to burgers on the grill, crafts for the kids and games for old and young, the annual water balloon toss is always a highlight!

 

October may see our Artists' & Crafters' Bazaar showcasing fine art and hand crafts.  Vendors from the community are invited to participate.

 

In November, a luncheon is held for senior citizens and includes great food and entertainment. Our deacons sponsor this event and our young people are fine servers.
 
Our Thanksgiving Eve service includes Communion and an offering of groceries for our deacons to distribute for the holidays.

 

The holidays begin with the lighting of the The First Presbyterian Church Christmas Tree.  The community is invited to share in hot chocolate, carols, and the lighting of our 40 ft. tree.
 
In December, the social hall is transformed into Bethlehem Village, a reinactment of the Nativity story in the Bible. There are free crafts for children and refreshments for all.
 
Two Christmas Eve candlelight services provide something for everyone: a children’s service a 6:00 p.m., and a traditional service at 8:00 p.m.
 


Those are some of the highlights and special events, but every Sunday is a wonderful chance to worship the Lord and fellowship with new and old friends.