An interview with a porch, reflections of a gifted carpenter, names of volunteers and pictures of their work.
When Jeannie and Darrel Bowman met up with Jeannie’s bell choir student, Julie Barnes at Casa Del Sol, Ghost Ranch, NM in July of 2020, it was for much more
than a catch up on Wayne Pres Bell Choirs. But, that is what was recorded in this delightful exchange.
Attaining age 101 is not the most remarkable thing about Herb Armstrong
My favorite times of praise at Wayne Pres have been singing and dancing with the K-4th graders in Joyful Noise with Mrs. M. I found it harder than most 1st graders to remember all of the books of the bible but had many chances to commit it to memory. Please don't ask me to sing it by myself.
The Common Place
Faith is easy until it's not .....
Jeff Fowler plays a wedding memory for three boys and their grandfather
Alberta Tonks 80th bd as told by Dr Dave Leidy
Ruth Murphy introduces Susan at WinGS event
Pictures tell the City Lights story
Alice talks about God's faithfulness in her life
Mark Labberton Head of Staff
Betsy and her daughter, Kim, recall a cold and wet “sunrise service” in the aptly named “Breezeway” that connected the Church Sanctuary to Chapel before “The Connector” was built.
Ted Behr recalls how the Rev. Wesley Baker led a unique study group that led to a continuing practice of reading and small-group studies of the Bible.
Letter from a member to his Sunday School teacher
Alluding to a Wayne Pres., connection since the 1800s, Nancy tells of a move from Overbrook Pres., and a very active church family.
Thank you Ruth Dudt for shedding a little light on your experience of Wayne Presbyterian with these words. We hope they will inspire others to connect the Dudts to their own experiences and share them with us!
Ever wonder why so many items are the way they are in the church? This sermon explains many fascinating details in the written word of one of the great leaders of our church, John T. Galloway Sr.
An act of faith - Sermon
Sermon extract from Casey Thompson referencing Charles Wadsworth