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.  


Easter Sunday 4.16

He is risen!  He is risen indeed! We sing this song most Easter Sundays at Wayne Presbyterian Church.  When the hymn starts, I feel the power of God and the miracle that is Easter.  Also, as I've told people before, my very favorite part of the Easter Sunday service is when one of the Dudt children (now young adults) crash the cymbals together in this hymn.  It's an incredible exclamation point, just as the resurrection is.  Hallelujah, he is risen! ... Read More
Posted by Laurie Weicher at Sunday, April 16, 2017 | 0 comments
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Lent 4.15

Here is a sand art presentation of the passion set to a wonderful hymn.   Peace, Laurie Read More
Posted by Laurie Weicher at Saturday, April 15, 2017 | 0 comments
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Lent 4.14

The community Good Friday service is at WPC today at noon if you'd like to join us.  On this saddest of days, these words of poetry still me and scare me a little.  And I think that is ok today. Friday by Hannah Faith Notess Maybe the prisoner's mother did't block her ears against the swinging whip, the dragging chain, the buzz of voltage that set off fireworks in the brain. Maybe she has strength to hold his body one more time, once  it is finished.... Read More
Posted by Laurie Weicher at Friday, April 14, 2017 | 0 comments
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Lent 4.13

Today is Maundy Thursday.  On this day we remember Jesus' last supper with his disciples and how he was betrayed.  We have a powerful worship service tonight at 7:30 and hope you'll join us. Below is a prayer written by the Rev. Teri Peterson, a seminary classmate of mine.  Confession for Maundy Thursday (inspired by Matthew 26:22, Mark 14:19, Luke 22:22)   Surely not I, Lord? Surely not us? Surely not. Surely I am not the one who will betray you. Surely... Read More
Posted by Laurie Weicher at Thursday, April 13, 2017 | 0 comments
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Lent 4.12

John O'Donohue writes some of the most beautiful blessings.  The one below is called, "For Courage."  As we find ourselves in the midst of this Holy Week, it seems that praying for courage to continue to journey with Christ as he suffers is fitting. For Courage   When the light around you lessens And your thoughts darken until Your body feels fear turn Cold as a stone inside When you find yourself bereft Of any belief in yourself And all you unknowingly... Read More
Posted by Laurie Weicher at Wednesday, April 12, 2017 | 0 comments
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Lent 4.11

As we draw closesr to the cross, the readings for Holy Tuesday often focus on betrayal.  They remind us of how the disciples fell asleep and remind us of Peter's denial of Jesus.  This short poem helps us find our place in the stor as well. Passionate Sins by Paul J. Willis -Luke 22 Would I betray you with a kiss      deny you with a word           accuse you from your lips? Surely I would      and have... Read More
Posted by Laurie Weicher at Tuesday, April 11, 2017 | 0 comments
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