The Front Page

Welcome to the Front Page, the digital cover of the Wayne Press.  Here we will share with you things that can't be captured in our newsletter--videos, music, color photographs--as well as articles that reflect on faith and life.  


A colorful table

It’s Tuesday on the second week I’m serving as one of the recreation leaders for the Montreat Youth Conference in Montreat, NC.  Last week we had over 800 high school students here for worship and small group discussion, recreation and singing.  This week the conference is the same, but youth from Wayne Presbyterian and Swarthmore Presbyterian are among the conferees.  Maybe it’s the lack of sleep, but there is something about good recreation and play that helps me see the... Read More
Posted by Laurie Weicher at Tuesday, July 30, 2013 | 1 comments
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High School on a Mission

I am sitting here in Dickenson County Virginia getting ready for our evening gathering.  In case you aren't aware, I am with 11 other adults and 29 high school youth from our church on a mission trip with the group ASP, which stands for Appalachian Service Project.  Since Monday we have been split up into groups and assigned a family to help, and house to repair.  Our high school youth have helped me chronicle our experiences by "blogging" about what they have seen, heard and... Read More
Posted by Andrew Hostetter at Wednesday, July 10, 2013 | 0 comments
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Dickenson County, Virginia meets Wayne Presbyterian Church

For my blog entry today I wanted to inform you about what the high school youth is doing next week.  For the last 5 years we have been taking a wonderful group of High School youth to fix houses in the Appalachian Mountains.  This year we will be in Southwest Virginia serving in Dickenson County.   My favorite part of this trip, is seeing the love these youth give to the families they are serving.  The construction is important, but the most important part of... Read More
Posted by Sarah Hostetter at Wednesday, July 3, 2013 | 0 comments
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Our Windows

More than once in the last few weeks, someone has asked me about the stained glass windows in our sanctuary.  I have to admit, I know very little about these beautiful and old and significant windows.  Sure, I see them every week, sometimes several times a week, but they’ve almost become background to me at this point. You may  not know it, but we have a great document that explains the twelve windows in our sanctuary.  Some of them highlight specific Bible characters, some... Read More
Posted by Laurie Weicher at Tuesday, July 2, 2013 | 0 comments
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