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WGPC Delivers!

With flood waters receding along the Mississippi in the Midwest and rain falling in the Gulf, clean-up kits were never more needed to help remove the muck and mud left behind from flooding. Here at WGPC, members gathered enough gloves, detergent, scouring pads, disinfectant, and bug repellent to fill 14 buckets on Sunday, July 7….

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Float trip brought women together on the river

The day was cool but the sun was shining on June 13 when 10 ladies packed their lunches and gear into kayaks and began a 10-mile float down the Huzzah and Meramec rivers. “We had women from 17 years old to 70,” said Betsy Wacker, organizer of the trip. The women came with diverse experience…

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Meyer funds put to work on building improvements

There will be a lot of moving and shaking going on at the church through the summer while improvements are made to the building. The Property Committee has approved several projects to provide maintenance and improvements for the church. Most will be paid for with funds from the Meyer donation. During the discernment process, $170,000…

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Turning concern into action on the issue of plastic

As an Earth Care Congregation, Webster Groves Presbyterian Church members are concerned about the environment and the future of our planet. On Sunday, April 28, the congregation came together to celebrate the gift of the earth and to understand our role in preserving it, but when members left they took home a pamphlet that can…

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Alice the Thinking Dog stops by the ECC

Alice the Thinking Dog visited the Early Childhood Center April 23, to the delight of all the children. This is the sixth year for the event that features Alice with her many tricks, and it is always a special treat for the children who enjoy the show so much, Director Robin Cannon said. “It brings…

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Greetings from Nicaragua!

Hello from Nicaragua! WGPC members John Hughes and Harriet Hall have touched down for a week of fellowship and learning as they gather with CEPAD (Council of Protestant Churches in Nicaragua) and its partners from around the world.  In a few days they’ll head up to Plan Grande #2, the community with whom WGPC is…

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One Great Hour of Sharing

During Lent our church collects the One Great Hour of Sharing Offering, which is a special collection of the PC(USA). This is the single, largest way that Presbyterians come together each year to help people around the world. Your compassionate gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing will be used to provide relief to those affected by natural disasters, provide food to…

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Pierre Campbell Celebrates 35 Years

This past week marked Pierre Campbell’s 35th anniversary with WGPC. We are so grateful to Pierre for his kind presence among us and all his hard work on our behalf for the past thirty-five years. Thank you Pierre!

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Coffee Shop Talks: Kimberly Richey, Marion Medical Mission

Join us Sunday, February 17 at 9:30 in Fellowship Hall to hear Kimberly Richey, Director of Development for Marion Medical Mission share news about the well building projects that WGPC sponsored in Africa. Marion Medical Mission is an ecumenical, Christian, front-line, hands-on, volunteer, non-profit organization that responds to Christ’s call to serve by working hand…

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Waters of Life: The Water in Our Backyard

Join Coffee Shop Talks on February 10 at 9:30am in Fellowship Hall, as we welcome Kathleen “Kat” Golden of the Missouri Botanical Garden.  Discover the relationship between human development, storm water, and local water quality issues. Walk away with easy and practical solutions you can implement at home and in the community to prevent pollution and protect our…

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