Parish Nurse Ministry

Parish Nurse MinistryThe Parish Nurse Ministry at WFPC was comissioned in September 2014. Parish nurses are registered nurses who practice whole body health for self, individuals, and the community. The focus is whole person health: body mind-spirit. The role of the Parish Nurse allows the practice of a unique ministry of health to members of the congregation and allows them to reclaim its role of health and wholeness (learn more). 

Lynette Wilson |
Stephen Ministry

Stephen MinistryBear one another's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ(Galatians 6:2, NRSV).   Our trained group of lay Stephen Ministers do just that by providing one-on-one  support through  high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting.  Anyone requesting a Stephen Minister be assigned to them or interested in becoming a Stephen Minister, please contact the church.

Armin Harrell | 


Prayer Shawl Ministry

Prayer ShawlBeautiful handmade shawls that provide warmth are hand made by talented members of our Knit and Crochet Ministry. They are blessed and gifted by a Deacon, Pastor or Parish Nurse to a person in need due to illness, accident, or those who have been recently bereaved. These hand-made gifts have truly provided support and conveyed God's love to so many thankful recipients. 

Leslie Olmo |


New Baby Care

newbabysmallWFPC celebrates new babies born into our church family with a gift basket and a ‘made by hand with love' embroidered blanket produced by one of our members.   We encourage you to help with this joyful ministry.  



Card Ministry

cardministry2smallThe WFPC Card Ministry mails handmade cards to members, friends, and families listed on our "Joys and Concerns" list in our weekly church bulletin.  Even with limited availability to serve, you may be able to enjoy the amazing impact those cards have on the people who receive them.  

Carole Tinker | 



Visitation Ministry

Visitation MinistryThe Visitation Ministry is led by our deacons and provides vital support to our members and friends who may be hospitalized or confined to nursing homes or assisted care facilities.  These visitors, utilizing a variety of resources, hope to demonstrate the love and concern our church family holds for their well-being. 

Emory Butcher |


Nurture Freezer

Nuture FreezerThis ministry is an important element of our visitation resources.  Meals with cooking instructions are provided for delivery to families with someone hospitalized, to those who may be infirm or ill at home, or to those going through a period of bereavement.  Participation is encouraged to stock the freezer and guidelines for preparing meals can be found here.

Jane Hydeman |


Joys and Concerns

Joys and ConcernsJoys and Concerns is a weekly listing of prayer needs and thanksgivings.  The list helps the church to identify specific prayer needs and celebrations to be shared within our church family.  All joys and concerns should be communicated to the Church Secretary. You can fill out and email a form here.  This week's list can be found by clicking here.

Church Secretary |


Memorial Rose Garden

Rose GardenThe Memorial Rose Garden at WFPC was established in 2009 as a place of joy, peace and remembrance of church members who have died.  It is a beautiful place for every member of our congregation to enjoy.  Come, sit and pray, pull a weed or two, smell the beautiful flowers, and reflect.  Feel close to God an those He has called before us.  Meditate, celebrate life and enjoy. 

Following the 11:15 worship service on Palm Sunday, there is a service of planting and dedication. All are welcome to attend.

Carolyn Wiles |


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