Summer Office hours start at WPC May 20th. The hours will be 9-1:00p.m. Mon-Fri.
Congregational Meeting after Worship on May 26
The Pastor & Session call a brief congregational meeting for Sunday, May 26, following the 9:00a.m. worship service (only one service that day), for the purpose of dissolving the pastoral relationship between Pastor Jim Stuart & Windham Presbyterian Church as of July 29, 2013.
Upcoming Sermons by Pastor Jim from the Book of Acts
May 26- “The Key to Boldness in Witness”- Acts 4: 23-31
June 2- “Unsinkable”- Acts 5: 17-42
New Women’s Bible Study
Women's Confidential 12 step study starting May 22nd 7 to 9 pm. "You can't heal a wound by saying it's not there." Hey ladies, we're getting ready to start another amazing adventure for any woman who is not at peace, lonely, discontent, or struggling in an area of your life. If you have a hurt, habit or hang up with which you are struggling, come and start the healing process. It's completely confidential and the class is not held at our church. It's up to a year long commitment on Tuesday nights working through 4 workbooks. I've lead or been involved in these step studies for 6 years, and I am amazed at the growth of my relationship with God, the growth of real relationships with others and my own personal growth. I've personally seen God do amazing things in the lives of over a hundred women. If you think you'd like to try this, please give a call or email me for more information. Looking forward to healing and growing with you, Kitty Morton 603 401 7962. email@example.com
The WPC Library is looking for a book that was taken out a year ago… it’s title is The Christmas Lizard by Corey Edwards. Please return it if you have it. Thanks!
Please pray for these WPC supported missions and missionaries:
Serving with Time * Mission trips to Ecuador to serve at For His Children Orphanage in Quito and Latacunga has happened for several years. * A week long HS youth program to help with construction projects in War, WV has been ongoing with Craig Snow from Hope Force. * Mission trips to Rwanda, Africa have provided opportunities to look in on people & projects WPC has been involved with. * Wings of Change serves challenged adults 4 days a week in a loving atmosphere here at WPC. * A delicious hot breakfast is served by a team every Monday to the needy at Lazarus House in Lawrence, MA. * Members of WPC are actively involved with Sonshine Soup Kitchen in Derry. * Members of WPC are involved in MOPS, reaching out to mothers of preschoolers twice a month here at WPC. * Members of WPC work together every spring to “Love Thy Neighborhood” by doing small repairs and yard work for our neighbors in need.
Serving with Resources, Prayer & Support * WPC supports missionary Anne Dayanandan in India who works with underprivileged college women. * WPC supports missionary Tom Johnson in Niger, Africa who helps pastors learn to support themselves in this poor country. * WPC supports missionaries Scott & Louise MacGregor with Wycliffe who spent 30 years overseeing the completion of the 1st bible translated in the local dialect of the Kagayanen people of the Philippines. * WPC supports homegrown missionary Bekah Larson with Africa Inland Mission in Lesoto, Africa who works to tell stories of the bible to illiterate shepherds. * WPC supports homegrown missionary Paul Goodell in Chicago, IL who reaches out to male prostitutes through Emmaus Ministries. * WPC supports Craig Snow with Hope Force in WV who helps rebuild homes for people in disaster areas and very poor areas of the US. * WPC supports Maghan Perez with InterVarsity who helped to bring many college athletes @ UNH to know God, now working to expand to other universities. * WPC supports For His Children in Quito, Ecuador which is a Christian orphanage for children (many with handicaps) who lovingly nurture them until they are placed with their “forever families”. * WPC supports Mercy Ministries in Rwanda which offers healing & hope to the people of the genocide through reconciliation workshops. * WPC supports the Muhimirize School for Street Children in Rwanda, Africa with food supplies for the children.
FAREWELL PARTY FOR JIM & SALLY
The Fellowship Committee is organizing a farewell party for Jim & Sally for Sunday July 21st @ 1PM in the Parish Hall. Most of the information about the party will be sent out via email, so if the office does not have your correct email or one at all, please contact Louise so she can be sure to fix your old one or add you to the list. We look forward to a wonderful event for Jim & Sally!!