Wayne Presbyterian Church warmly welcomes children and their families. We offer an array of Sunday and weekday opportunities for children to grow in faith and know God, not just know about God.
Music is one of our great loves at Wayne Presbyterian Church. We happen to think that beautiful music can render us into the presence of God better than just about anything.
Youth and College
Our youth and college programs involve youth from 6th grade middle school to high school seniors; and all college age students.
Whether it’s a Sunday morning Adult Education class, a mid-week Bible study, or a weekend outing - we strive to have a place for you. Our Adult Education programs are educational and/or social.
WinGS (Women in God's Service), formerly known as Presbyterian Women, is for women of any age or stage of life who seek to study the Bible, engage in mission work, and/or enjoy Christian fellowship with other women.
Thursday Morning Men's Ministry (TM3) is an informal group that meets at 7:00 AM each Thursday from September through June.
Mission Our Faith in Action
Mission at Wayne Presbyterian is an integrated system providing service, education and advocacy opportunities alongside religious and non-profit partners - called our mission partners—and identifying and addressing immediate community needs.
Our Community Fellowship activities bring people together. Some annual favorites include the All Church Picnic, the Ladies' Christmas Tea, a Chili Supper which precedes our annual Congregational meeting each year, Art museum tours, Christmas at Longwood Gardens and the Phillies fireworks game.
Congregational Care helps our family of faith to live our lives more abundantly as committed and maturing disciples of Jesus, our Lord. Programs serve the spiritual, emotional and practical needs that confront us along life’s journey.
Wayne Presbyterian Church is an Earth Care congregation. Programs strengthen our commitment to sustainable practices and care for all of God's creation.
Giving to Wayne Presbyterian Church
“The Son of Man came not to be served but to serve”.