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									                         SUNDAY BULLETIN
                               May 11, 2008
                             Pentecost Sunday

                          October 25, 2009
                     30 Sunday in Ordinary Time

Westminster Presbyterian Church extends an enthusiastic welcome, in Christ’s name,
             to all who would worship here or join us in fellowship.
       We affirm that there can be no exclusion within the body of Christ.
          We invite all children of God to join us as disciples of Christ
                and participate fully in the life of our congregation.

                 1502 West 13th Street · Wilmington, DE 19806
             302-654-5214 · Fax: 302-654-5706 · www.wpc.org
                                  Welcome to Westminster
            Whether you are worshiping at Westminster for the first time or returning for a visit,
                            we sincerely welcome you in the name of Christ!

 Following our 9:00 a.m. worship service, we invite you to meet today’s “ambassador,” Marlys Kerr, at the
  back of the sanctuary. She will have a gift for you, and can share information regarding our many ministries
  for children, youth and adults. She can also guide you to the hospitality area to enjoy fellowship or lead you
  on a tour of the church.
 Children are welcome in worship! Westminster’s Kids’ Notes and worship bags are available each Sunday
  from the ushers. Kids’ Notes, a weekly companion to Westminster’s morning worship, emphasizes listening
  and seeing during worship. The bags include storybooks for children of all ages, coloring paper and crayons,
  a children’s bulletin for those age three to six, and bookmarks for hymns and Scripture.
 Worship Aids – You may obtain large print Presbyterian Hymnals and hearing devices from any usher.
 Would you like to know more? Check out our website at www.wpc.org.

                                    This Morning at Westminster
       8:45 – Noon        Child Care for Cribbery (birth – toddler)

       9:00 a.m.          Traditional Worship Service with Westminster Choir and organ

                                   After TIME WITH OUR CHILDREN, if you wish, your children may
                                    leave the Sanctuary and go to:

                                       Godly Care-A unique opportunity for children ages 2 – 4 to get to
                                        know God through music, crafts, prayers and stories. Classes are in
                                        the Under Six Classrooms A & B.

                                       Godly Play-Children in kindergarten through second grade gather in
                                        the Ruth Christie Room to learn the language of God’s people through
                                        sacred space, stories, parables and liturgical actions. You may pick up
                                        your children in Under Six Classroom C.

                                       Godly Kids – Worship education for children in grades 3 and 4 in
                                        Rodney Chapel. You may pick up your children in Under Six
                                        Classroom D.

       10:10 a.m.         Prime Time Sunday School Classes for all ages. For a listing of Adult Education
                          classes, see page 5.

       11:15 a.m.         Worship with old hymns, new songs, and creative liturgy. Children are always
                          welcome in worship, however, childcare is available in Under Six for ages 2 – Grade 2.

                                          Hospitality and Fellowship
             The Holy Toast Café, located in Community Hall, is open from 8:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
            Coffee, tea and fellowship are free. Breakfast foods are available for one dollar per item.

                                ORDER OF WORSHIP AT 9:00 A.M.
    Eternal God, in my time of gloom, send your light to me. When I am weary and discouraged, lift me up.
    Open my eyes to the joy of discovery so that I may catch a glimpse of the possibilities you put before me. Amen.



ORGAN PRELUDE                                          Sonata no. 1                                Charles W. Ore
                                                  I. (Maestoso; Allegro)

Call to Worship
        We gather in this sacred space to worship God.
               We come in search of the abundant life God wants us to enjoy.
        We are here to have our hearts stirred and our eyes opened.
               Let us be alert to the movement of God’s Spirit in our midst.


*HYMN NO. 260                                “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God”                       EIN’ FESTE BURG
                                                    Verse 1: All
                                                    Verse 2: Women
                                                    Verse 3: Men
                                                    Verse 4: All

      Jesus gave sight to the blind and hearing to the deaf.
             But too often we choose neither to see nor hear God’s word.

            Loving God, we confess that our faith is often small
            and we fail to trust your promise to be our strength and deliverer.
            We have doubted your assurance that you never leave or forsake us,
            and we have been anxious and despairing when life becomes difficult.
            Whenever darkness envelops our lives,
            grant us the awareness of your loving presence.
            Heal us and make us whole
            in order that we may once again enjoy the blessings of life
            and gratefully acknowledge your steadfast love.


      God liberates those who turn to the way of Christ.
             We are set free to walk the path that leads to abundant life.

                                     At the asterisk (*), please stand as you are able.

TIME WITH OUR CHILDREN                                                                                         Anne Ledbetter

ANTHEM                                   “I Have Longed for Thy Saving Health”                                   William Byrd
                                                   Westminster Choir
                             I have longed for Thy saving health, O Lord; thy law is my delight, O Lord.
                             O let my soul live and it shall praise Thee, and thy judgments shall help me.

SCRIPTURE LESSON                                   Mark 10:46-52                                   New Testament, page 41
                                         Westminster By Heart: Charlie Depfer

SERMON                                               “Faith and Healing”                                           Greg Jones

* HYMN NO. 380                                     “O Christ, the Healer”                                    ERHALT UNS, HERR
                                                      Verse 1: Choir
                                                      Verses 2-5: All

                 During the offering, please sign your name and pass the red folders down each row.
         As folders are returned to the center aisle, note the names of fellow worshippers on your pew.

ORGAN OFFERTORY                                           Sonata no. 1                                                   Ore
                                                         II. (Andante)

              Praise God, from whom all blessings flow;
              Praise Christ, all people here below;
              Praise Holy Spirit evermore;
              Praise Triune God, whom we adore. Amen


*HYMN NO. 280                                         “Amazing Grace”                                         AMAZING GRACE
                                                        Verses 1 - 5


ORGAN POSTLUDE                                           Sonata no. 1                                                    Ore
                                                   III. (Allegro maestoso)

     If you are visiting with us for the first time, we invite you to meet today’s ambassador, Marlys Kerr,
             following the service at the back of the sanctuary to receive a gift and information.

           Beginning Today, 10:10–a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
               Today, 10:10 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

Paul’s Letter toVision of Mission – Daughtry House 6 - Leader, Dr. Greg Jones, today
 Jesus and His the Church in Rome - Classroom Conference Room
  DVD October 25. Paul’s Letter to the Romans – the longest
through series with Dr. Kenneth E. Bailey - October 25is December 6 of Paul’s letters and is widely
  Ken Bailey gives masterpiece. This how more than any other, Lectures Paul’s
acclaimed to be his six presentations onletter,Jesus viewed mission. spells outinclude:understanding of
           • Isaiah resurrection Commission;
the life, death andand the Great of Jesus. Further, it has had a major impact on the doctrines of the
           • Mission in Luke's Gospel: Evangelism, means a consensus on the
church since early times. However, there is by no Justice and Compassion; interpretation of Paul’s
           This class 28: Great Themes lecture and
thinking. • Matthew is a combination ofof Mission; discussion as we wrestle with Paul’s message and
           • Reaching Out To Those Around Us; The "Sent out" and "Call In" of Mission;
what it means for our lives today.
           • Cross Cultural Mission;
           • Flowers From The Valley Of Terror: Witness of Middle Eastern Christians.
Enough – Discovering Joy Through Simplicity & Generosity – Daughtry House
Classroom         A DVD-series with presenter Rev. Adam Hamilton, Pastor of Church of the
Resurrection (UMC) in Leawood, – Classroom class participants through October 18. through is an
  Living Fully, Dying Well Kansas. Led by 5 Led by Dr. Anne Ledbetter, today Enough
  November rediscover the bible’s wisdom on important events practices. Find a time
invitation to 8. Our best decisions about life’s mostprudent financial are seldom made inthe keys to
  of crisis. contentment, all ages inspires and talk openly about faith simplicity and generosity.
experiencingThis study for overcoming fear,us to discovering joy through and mortality. What
  does our faith say about your life by changing opportunities and challenges
This program could change death? What are the your relationship with money.of aging? How
  may we recreate our lives to live fully, joyfully, productively, as long as this life lasts?
  Cost of course book $10.
Parenting – RuthisChristie Room Group led, with regular guess Yvonne Nass, Parenting
Consultant on the first Sunday of the month. Class discussion built around a powerful DVD series
called Nooma. – Ruth Christie Roomwith a particular “real life” topic as Yvonne Nass,Jesus’
  Parenting Each viewing session deals - Group led, with regular guest seen through
  Parenting and serves as the first Sunday of discussion Class discussion built around
perspective, Consultant on a means to generate the month. and sharing. Nooma encouragesa group
  powerful search, question, and join Each viewing session deals with a particular “real life”
members toDVD series called Nooma.the conversation.
  topic as seen through Jesus’ perspective, and serves as a means to generate discussion and
Westminster By Heart – Rodney Chapel Meeting Room Led by Biblical Storytellers
  sharing. Nooma encourages group members to search, question, and join the conversation.
Shelley Gnade and Mary-beth Howard. This new class offers a unique opportunity to study scripture,
  Paul’s Letter to the Church stories of the Classroom 6 - skills for telling Scripture
foster a deeper personal connection to in Rome – Bible, and develop Leader, Dr. Greg Jones, on a
  through today, October Be a part of expanding the art of biblical storytelling, connecting
regular basis in worship. 25. Paul’s Letter to the Romans is the longest of Paul’s letters and is to the
  widely our faith, and his masterpiece. This letter, more than Join us whether you are simply
stories ofacclaimed to besharing the story with the congregation. any other, spells out Paul’s
  understanding of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. It in had a major impact
interested in Bible study, or know that you want to develop skillshas Biblical storytelling. on the
  doctrines of the church since early times. However, there is by no means a consensus on the
  interpretation Paul’s Well – Classroom 5 Led by Dr. Anne Ledbetter today through
Living FullyofDying thinking. This class is a combination of lecture and discussion as we
  wrestle with Our message and about means for important events
November 15. Paul’sbest decisionswhat it life’s mostour lives today. are seldom made in a time of
crisis. This study for all ages inspires us to talk openly about faith and mortality. What does our faith
  Westminster What are the Meeting Room Led by Biblical Storytellers Shelley Gnade
say about death? By Heart – opportunities and challenges of aging? How may we recreate our
  and Mary-beth joyfully, This offers a as long as this life to study scripture, foster a personal
lives to live fully,Howard. productively, unique opportunitylasts?
Cost of course book is $10.the Bible, and develop skills for telling Scripture in worship. Be a
  connection to stories of
 part of expanding the art of biblical storytelling, connecting to the stories of our faith, and
 sharing the story with the congregation. Join us whether you are simply interested in Bible
 study, or know that you want to develop skills in Biblical storytelling.

                             ORDER OF WORSHIP AT 11:15 A.M.
      Eternal God, in my time of gloom, send your light to me. When I am weary and discouraged, lift me up.
      Open my eyes to the joy of discovery so that I may catch a glimpse of the possibilities you put before me.




        Praise the Lord, O servants of God;
                Praise the name of the Lord.
        Blessed be the name of the Lord
        From this time on and forevermore.
                From the rising of the sun to its setting
                The name of the Lord is to be praised.

*SONG                                         “From the Rising of the Sun”

                                    At the asterisk (*), please stand as you are able.
PROCESSION OF GOD’S LIGHT AND WORD                                                    Acolyte: Haley Eiermann
             As the acolyte lights the candle, we remember that Christ is the Light of the world.


       Jesus gave sight to the blind and hearing to the deaf.
              But too often we choose neither to see nor hear God’s word.


              Loving God, we confess that our faith is often small
              and we fail to trust your promise to be our strength and deliverer.
              We have doubted your assurance that you never leave or forsake us,
              and we have been anxious and despairing when life becomes difficult.
              Whenever darkness envelops our lives,
              grant us the awareness of your loving presence.
              Heal us and make us whole
              in order that we may once again enjoy the blessings of life
              and gratefully acknowledge your steadfast love.


RESPONSE                                          “Amazing Grace”                               AMAZING GRACE

                                            Amazing grace, how sweet the sound,
                                            That saved a wretch like me!
                                            I once was lost, but now am found,
                                            Was blind, but now I see.

TIME WITH OUR CHILDREN                                                                          Anne Ledbetter

SCRIPTURE LESSON                                 Mark 10:46-52                         New Testament, page 41
                                           Westminster By Heart: Jill Getty

SERMON                                           “Faith and Healing”                                 Greg Jones

                 During the offering, please sign your name and pass the red folders down each row.
         As folders are returned to the center aisle, note the names of fellow worshippers on your pew.


PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE                      “Bring Your Best to Their Worst”

LORD’S PRAYER (page 16 in The Presbyterian Hymnal, using “debts” and “debtors”)

*HYMN NO. 260                              “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God”         EIN’ FESTE BURG
                                                  Verses 1 and 2


*RESPONSE                                        “Amazing Grace”                  Josh Cox, Soloist

                                         CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK

Sunday, October 25                                                 Location
     8:15 a.m.     Choir Warm-up                                   Adult Music Room
     8:30 a.m.     Holy Toast Café                                 Community Hall
     8:45 a.m.     Child Care                                      Cribbery
     9:00 a.m.     Worship                                         Sanctuary
     9:00 a.m.     Godly Play                                      Ruth Christie Room
     9:00 a.m.     Godly Care for Ages 2, 3 and 4                  Under 6 - Classroom A
     9:00 a.m.     Godly Kids for Grades 3 and 4                   Rodney Chapel
    10:10 a.m.     Under Six Sunday School                         Classrooms B&D
    10:10 a.m.     Prime Time for Grades 6 thru 8                  Classroom 7
    10:10 a.m.     Workshop Rotation for Grades 1 - 5              Grace Hall
    10:10 a.m.     Workshop Rotation for Grades 1 - 5              Classrooms 1-4
    10:10 a.m.     Confirmation Class                              Classroom 8
    10:10 a.m.     Senior High Gathering                           Library
    10:10 a.m.     Adult Ed: Paul's Letter to the Church in Rome   Classroom 6
    10:10 a.m.     Adult Ed: Jesus & His Vision of Mission         Daughtry House Conference Room
    10:10 a.m.     Adult Ed: Westminster By Heart                  Meeting Room
    10:10 a.m.     Adult Ed: Parenting                             Ruth Christie Room
    10:10 a.m.     Adult Ed: Living Fully                          Classroom 5
    10:30 a.m.     Vocal Ensemble Rehearsal                        Adult Music Room
    11:15 a.m.     Worship                                         Sanctuary
    12:00 p.m.     One Shot Service Sunday (OSSS)                  Community Hall, Classroom 6 & Kitchen
    12:00 p.m.     New Orleans Team Meeting                        Meeting Room

Monday, October 26
     5:30 p.m.    Rainbow Chorale                                  Music Department
     6:00 p.m.    Tri-Board Dinner and Meeting                     Community Hall, Classroom 6 & Kitchen
     7:30 p.m.    Deacon General Meeting                           Grace Hall
     7:30 p.m.    Session Meeting                                  Classroom 6
     7:30 p.m.    Trustees Meeting                                 Meeting Room

Tuesday, October 27
     9:30 a.m.    Staff Meeting                                    Meeting Room
    10:30 a.m.    Worship Planning                                 Rowell Conference Room
    12:00 p.m.    Listening to the Lessons                         Rowell Conference Room
     4:00 p.m.    Chapel Chimes                                    Youth Music Room
     4:30 p.m.    Chapel Club                                      Chapel Club
     4:30 p.m.    Sunshine Choir                                   Adult Music Room
     5:30 p.m.    BPI                                              Daughtry House Conference Room
      7:15 p.m.    Girl Talk                                       Ruth Christie Room

Wednesday, October 28
     9:30 a.m.   Christmas Boxes Wrapping                          Classroom 8
     5:00 p.m.   Dialogue                                          Rowell Conference Room
     6:15 p.m.   Reverberations Bell Choir                         Youth Music Room
     6:30 p.m.   Nominating Committee                              Meeting Room
     7:30 p.m.   Westminster Choir Rehearsal                       Adult Music Room

Thursday, October 29
    12:00 p.m.    Centering Prayer                             Ruth Christie Room
     5:30 p.m.    Yoga                                         Rodney Chapel
     7:00 p.m.    Adult Ed.~Invitation to the New Testament    Meeting Room
     7:00 p.m.    Adult Ed.~Isaiah Class                       Rowell Conference Room

Friday, October 30
     9:00 a.m.     F.I.S.H. Phone Volunteers                   Classroom 5
     8:00 p.m.     Silent Movie: Phantom of the Opera          Sanctuary
     9:30 p.m.     Movie Reception                             Meeting Room

Saturday, October 31
     7:00 a.m.     180° Service Saturday                       Off Site Location
     7:30 a.m.     Men's Bible Study                           Club Room
     9:00 a.m.     Yoga                                        Rodney Chapel

                           THURSDAY evening Adult Education Classes

   Invitation to the New Testament – led by Bob Cox
   Thursdays, October 15 – December 17
   7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
   Meeting Room
   Cost - $25 for materials

   Developed by Disciple Bible Studies, this short-term eight week class uses in-depth study of the biblical
   text, weekly preparation, video mini-lectures, and small group discussion to nurture personal
   discipleship. Using Matthew’s Gospel as a starting point, this study examines how New Testament
   writers and the early Christian community wrestled with the implications of the story of Jesus for their
   lives and their communities of faith.

   Isaiah I, II, and III
   Thursdays, October 29, November 19, December 3 and December 17
   7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
   Rowell Conference Room

   Journey into the depths of ancient prophecy. Engage the Old and New Testaments.


The Chancel flowers today are given to the glory of God in loving memory of Wilma Tull in honor of her
birthday from Peter Rittenhouse and Bob and Sue Schofield.

The rosebud at the side of the pulpit this morning is in celebration of the birth of Barrett Windsor McCabe,
born October 15, daughter of Abbey and Casey McCabe and sister to Hudson. She is the granddaughter of Clark
and Donna Collins and great granddaughter of Phil Collins and Don and Dolly Windsor. We welcome this child
into the Westminster family.

Sanctuary Flowers - Consider giving the sanctuary flowers for Sunday worship. Your gift of God’s natural
beauty to remember or honor loved ones, or to celebrate an event, expresses praise and thanksgiving to God.
Please contact Linda Watson during business hours at 302-571-6719 or lwatson@ycst.com. Available dates for
flowers are November 1, 8, and 29 and December 6, 20, and 27.

Are you wearing a nametag? Whether you are a longtime member or new to the church, wearing a nametag
provides others the opportunity to meet you, greet you by name, and for you to become more familiar with others
at church. Nametags and markers are in baskets at all major entrances. Extend hospitality, kindness and
friendship by wearing a nametag every Sunday.

“Westminster to Go” Audio tapes and DVD’s of recent Westminster worship services are available. Please use
the sign-out sheet when you borrow them from the front desk. Printed sermons are available on the literature
tables the following week and on our website at www.wpc.org.

Please remember in your prayers:
     Westminster’s homebound family who can no longer attend worship with us. Send a card, say a prayer,
      visit! This week we ask you to remember Inez Cobb, HC, Cokesbury Village 726 Loveville Road,
      Hockessin, DE 19707 and Bob Tiews, Stonegates, Apt. 171, 4031 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, DE 19807.

     Our brothers and sisters in worldwide ministry (see back page.)

Westminster’s Covenant Prayer Group is committed to praying weekly for specific needs of the faith
community. Anyone with prayer requests may leave a confidential message on 302-654-5848, ext. 335, or fill
out a prayer request card (in the pew pocket) and place it in the offering plate.

A Centering Prayer time occurs every Thursday at noon in the Ruth Christie Room. Anyone is welcome to
participate. Basically, those who come spend thirty minutes in silence. Silence allows us time and space to empty
our minds, quiet our brains’ chatter, and be still and attentive to God.

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan often seem far away, and we may neglect to realize that Americans, as well
as Iraqis, Afghans, and members of coalition forces, continue to die each day. As Christians, we are called to
pray for the spreading of peace and justice and an end to violence. If someone in your family is serving in these
wars, we ask that you let us know, so that we may include that person on our prayer list. (Contact Colleen
Falasco: 302-654-5214 ext. 131, or cfalasco@wpc.org.)

This week we pray for
    Those known to the WPC Community presently serving in the Middle East:
              Afghanistan: Neal Moody and Daniel Reinsenberger
              Iraq: Ken Bachman

       The families of those from the U.S. who have died most recently:
        Sergeant Michael Scusa, age 22, of Villas, New Jersey, October 3
        Staff Sergeant Glen Stivison, Jr., age 34, of Blairsville, Pennsylvania, October 15
        Specialist Jesus Flores, Jr., age 28 of La Mirada, California,October 15
        Specialist Daniel Lawson, age 33, of Deerfield Beach, Florida, October 15
        Private 1st Class Brandon Styer, age 19, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 15
        Sergeant Christopher Rudzinski, age 28, of Rantoul, Illinois, October 16
        Specialist Anthony Green, age 28, of Matthews, North Carolina, October 16
        Staff Sergeant Chris Staats, age 32, of Fredericksburg, Texas, October 16
        Specialist Michael Dahl, Jr., age 23, of Moreno Valley, California, October 17
        Private 1st Class Daniel Rivera, age 22, of Rochester, New York, October 18

       Those who have returned from service, possibly suffering from wounds or Post-Traumatic Stress
        Disorder, whose scars may by deep and long-lasting.


Today is the second annual One Shot Service Sunday (OSSS) for 10 participating congregations in New Castle
Presbytery. Eleven WPC youth and two adults will join teens from nine other churches to participate in an
afternoon service blitz at ministry places such as Urban Promise, Habitat for Humanity, men's and women's
shelters, Delaware Clothing Bank and others. After working hard for three hours, the teams will return to
Westminster's Community Hall for pizza and closing worship.


                                      THIS FRIDAY NIGHT! Join us in the sanctuary at 8:00 p.m. to experience
                                      one of the most classic horror films of all time: the original 1925 silent
                                      movie, Phantom of the Opera. Starring Lon Chaney and featuring live
                                      organ accompaniment by Paul Fleckenstein, this 80-minute tour-de-force
                                      provides chills, thrills, and laughs. Got a Halloween costume? Let’s see it
                                      Friday night! Don’t have one? Come and enjoy the show anyway. See
                                      flyer on page 11. (Your $10 donation helps send your Westminster Choir
                                      on tour to Germany in May.)


Westminster’s Bazaar has made $281,100 in mission giving possible over the last 14 years. The week of
November 1-7 will be another very busy time for many people who set up and run this event. Please take one of
the bright yellow Bazaar 2009 fliers from the literature table and post it somewhere or share it with a friend. All
are welcome to come, shop and have fun on Friday November 6th (1:00 – 8:00 p.m.) and Saturday November 7
(9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.). Written requests for the Women of Westminster Benevolence Giving Committee can be
addressed to Sandy Johnston and sent to Westminster Church.

Baked Goods and Specialties - If you would like to donate baked goods or specialty items, please contact Jean
Custin at 302-998-4932. You may drop off items Thursday afternoon or Friday morning before the Bazaar, or
contact Jean for an alternate time.

All white elephant donations must be received November 2nd – 4th (Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday) from
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. You can find complete set-up schedules on the literature tables outside of the sanctuary.


                        Show Your Support for Westminster
                        Halfway into our 2010 Transformational Stewardship Campaign, we are progressing
                        toward our goal of increasing pledges by 5%. A list of those who have pledged so far will
                        be in the next Chimes. To show your support and have your name added to this early list,
                        please have your pledge in by Monday, November 9. Submit your 2010 pledge online at
                        www.wpc.org/give-to-the-church/ or complete a pledge card at the receptionist’s desk.
                        “Each person should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or
                        under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” 2 Corinthians 9:7

Church Growth Seminar Beginning this afternoon, through tomorrow, both of your pastors and four
Westminster lay leaders (Karen Dietz, Shelley Gnade, Anne Gunn, and Jerry Spilecki) will be attending a
presbytery-sponsored conference in Lewes, DE. This conference will be led by the Vital Churches Institute, and
will focus on church growth in faith and outreach. Please remember them in your prayers.

All Saints Day is next Sunday, November 1. Those who have died during the time period between All Saints
Sunday last year and October 31, 2009 will be named in the memorial prayers during communion. If you wish to
have the name of a loved one who was not a member of Westminster included, please call the front desk (302-
654-5214) or send an email to cfalasco@wpc.org.

Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, November 1. Enjoy an extra hour of sleep before worshiping next Sunday.

Parking problems? We have four additional locations in case you find that the main lot at 13th & Rodney is full:
1508 Penna. Ave. (Directly across from WPC), 1606 Penna. Ave. (Cadillac Dealership – in front), 1611 Penna.
Ave. (Boston Market) and behind 1600 Penna. Ave. (access from Clayton Street). As a reminder, print out a map
from our website, www.wpc.org, or help yourself to a blue copy at the main entrances.

Coffee Cans - Please bring your clean coffee cans (11-14 oz) to the Receptionist desk for the Cookie Walk and
Christmas Boxes.

Memorial Service for Forrest Guth at Arlington National Cemetery, Friday, October 30 at 3:00 p.m. If you
wish to attend this service, you must have some form of identification and arrive between 2:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
The entrance to Arlington National Cemetery is from Memorial Drive, just West of Arlington Memorial Bridge.
When entering, drive forward to the entry guards. Tell them you are attending interment services for Forrest Guth
beginning with a Chapel service. Proceed forward and take the first right in front of the Womens’ Memorial.
Follow the white line to the top of the hill and the gates of Ft. Myer. At the gate, everyone in your vehicle must
show an ID. Parking is on the left; the chapel is on the right. Following the chapel service, we will process by car
to the gravesite. Contact: John Guth 757-472-9966.


                     Women's reading group, Girl Talk, meets this Tuesday, October 27. Join us at 7:15 p.m.
                     in the Ruth Christie room for a discussion of this month's book, A Hope in the Unseen, by
                     Ron Suskind, a graduate of Conrad High School here in Wilmington. All Westminster
                     members and friends are invited to participate. Kindly RSVP to the church office (302-654-
                     5214), if possible, so we know about how many to expect.


Relax and Renew with Yoga at WPC: Join us at one or both of our ongoing yoga classes. There is an evening
class each Thursday at 5:30, and a morning class each Saturday at 9:00. Both classes are held in Rodney Chapel.
Bring a yoga mat. Suggested donation is between $5 and $10. No age or ability restrictions.

                           Our Mission Emphasis for October is “Employment Assistance.”
Tony Campolo is the guest speaker at the Urban Promise Annual Banquet this Thursday, October 29 at the
Chase Center on the Riverfront. Activities include a 4:30 p.m. seminar, a silent auction starting at 6:00 p.m., and
a dinner and program starting at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available separately for the seminar, for the auction and
dinner, or for both events. For Information and to purchase tickets, go to UP's website (www. urbanpromise.org)
or contact John Doyle, 302-636-9061.

               Recycle Calendars and Cards for Christmas Boxes: If you don’t need those calendars and
               greeting cards that arrive in your mail, drop them off at the Reception Desk any day of the week.
               We’ll recycle them as part of the Christmas Boxes project. Questions – contact Joyce Ruston at
               302-652-1795 or trolleysquare@comcast.net.

                                                  PASTORAL STAFF
                                          Gregory K. Jones, Head of Staff
                              Anne R. Ledbetter, Associate Pastor for Congregational Life

                                       PASTORAL CARE ASSISTANT: Jill Getty

                                      CHURCH ADMINISTRATOR: Debbie Brown

                                         CHURCH EDUCATOR: Susan Moseley

                                                    MUSIC STAFF
                                    Paul Fleckenstein, Organist/Director of Music
                         Mary Beth Davis, Director of Music for Children, Youth and Handbells
                                     Sandie Reinicker, Director of Sunshine Choir
                   Section Leader/Soloists: Diana Milburn, Ruth Bailis, Justin Gonzalez, Brian Carter

                                              YOUTH MINISTRY TEAM
                                         Susan Moseley and Mary Beth Davis

                                                  SUPPORT STAFF
                                           Susan Alexander, Receptionist
                                       Colleen Falasco, Operations Assistant
                                          Jerry Hunter, Financial Assistant
                                      Suzie Hurlock, Administrative Secretary
                        Nicole Hughes, Director of Communication and Database Management
                                           Jerry Reed, Facilities Manager
                          Sextons: Roger W. Atkins, Robert King, Kevin Krick, Joan Truitt

                               EDITOR OF WEEKLY WORD AND CHIMES: Nikki Thorn

                                             WORLDWIDE MINISTRY
                                            Malawi – Sue Makin, M.D.
         Guatemala – Roger and Gloria Mariott, Dennis and Maribel Smith, Karla Koll and the Mam Presbytery
          Congo – Timothee Kalonji Matadi, Cecilé de Sweemer, MD, Pastor Jean-Marc Katujudi Nkuna and
                                      Members of the Kamulumba-Ditalala Parish
                        Kenya-Rev. Dr. Lyle and Terry Dykstra, PCUSA Mission Volunteers

               Liz Bacon, Meg Burich, Martha Carper, Jim Carter, Clark Collins, Charlie Depfer,
  Mark Gerstenschlager, Ross Getty, Shelley Gnade, Dick Haden, Denison Hatch, Mary-beth Howard, Fred Iobst,
          Barbara Jobe, Don Kuespert, Sue Linderman, Bunny Michener, Jan Patrick, Bruce Petrovick,
            Margo Reign, Jerry Spilecki, Alex Sprague, Kathryn van Amerongen, Frank Waldburger

                                                BOARD OF DEACONS
    Ken Barnaby, Beth Bowersock, Kim Carrick, Jack Coleman, Peggy Carroll, Ginnie Chagnon, Craig Checkel,
 Bob Cox, Eadie Churchill, Tammy Daley, Kris DeMesse, Cathy Edge, Eric Etshman, Barbara Fedeler, Todd Gray,
Carol Noggle Harris, Carol Hopkins, Carla Krupanski, Ralph Lewis, David Mathe, Carolyn McKeown, Carol Mosher,
      Ruth Nace, Donna Nelson, Polly Pyle-Carter, Teri Richmond, Patti Ridout, Robin Rosser, Ann Shadduck,
        Ellen Slade, Cora Sparling, Mike Sprague, Melissa Stabler, Judy Stoffer, Julia Stone, Sally Thomas

                                       DEACON TEAM OF THE MONTH
                            Donna Nelson, Cathy Edge, Carla Krupanski, Eric Etshman

                   Bob Chagnon, Don Furry, Sara Geuder, John Johnston, George Krupanski,
       Bob McKeown, Bill Nace, John Richmond, Christine Schiltz, Stan Stevenson, Philip Timon, Helen Walker

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