Halloween Carnival Saturday, October 31 3:30-5ish Join the fun in the Crawford Center parking lot! Decorate your cars and wear your best costume! Costume Parade begins at 4pm! *****
We continue to explore our Spiritual Geography in our worship series. Each week you will be invited to work on a map of your personal Spiritual Geography during the “Personal Reflection” in the worship video. You will find some guidance here.
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We hope you will prayerfully consider making a pledge to the ministry of West End Presbyterian Church. We encourage you to bring your pledge card to our 2nd Sunday Harvest Celebration Event on November 8. The event begins in the Crawford Center Parking Lot at 4:30 p.m. The local band Sweet Tea will be there to help us celebrate and our friend Rebecca Lapping from Community Presbyterian Church will lead us in some physically distanced line dancing. We will dedicate our pledges and take the opportunity to give thanks for all the lessons we have learned this year and the gifts we have received. It should be a grand time.
We welcome you to stop by the church campus and sit under our oaks and offer your prayers for your family, friends, the church and the world by making and hanging a prayer flag. You will find supplies under the bench for you to write a prayer on a piece of fabric and attach it to the clothesline.
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We promise to guide and nurture, by word and deed, with love and prayer, each child, encouraging them to know and follow Christ.
Change for Haiti is an offering collected by the WOW Children and used to sponsor two kindergarten classes at a Christian school in Haiti. Recently, the WOW children sent a video to the school, reminding them of their prayers and support in their native language of Creole.