Webster Presbyterian Church
...that all may come to know Jesus Christ, to love Him, to serve Him, and to enjoy Him forever.




April 18  Maundy Thursday

                  Worship Service and Communion

                       in the Sanctuary, 7:00 p.m.

April 19  Good Friday

                  Worship Service in the Chapel, 7:00 p.m.

April 20  Easter Vigil

                  Prayer Time in the Chapel, 9 a.m. to Noon

April 21  Easter Sunday

              Sunrise Service in the Chapel, 6:30 a.m.

                  Easter Worship Service in the Chapel, 8:00 a.m.

                  Easter Worship Service in the Sanctuary, 9:30 a.m.

Announcements - April 21, 2019

  1.   WELCOME to Webster Presbyterian Church!  We are pleased that you are worshipping with us today.  Visitors are invited to stop by the Welcome Center in the Narthex after the service to learn more about our fellowship. 

2.   WE THANK the greeters and ushers Marr & Doreen Clark and Dick & Tina McNeary, liturgist Karen Stoddard, and all the musicians for their participation in this morning’s worship service. 

3.   ADULT ED. CLASS following the 9:30 service in the Sanctuary:

        Today – EASTER SUNDAY – no class

        Next Sunday –  Come hear the history of Peace and Justice here at WPC by those who have lived it.

        May 5th  -  Guest Speaker Patrick Coughlin from the Medical Benevolence Foundation will speak about the work the agency is doing in hospitals, clinics and nursing schools in Kenya, Haiti and Malawi.  We have supported this work in our Ongoing Mission Budget for many years, and it is through this agency that a 19-year relationship began with the people at the Kikuyu hospital, church and school.

4.   NEW MEMBERS CLASS WILL BEGIN next Sunday, April 28th.  Due to calendar complications, additional dates will be announced next Sunday.

  5.   HEART AND HAND will meet this Friday morning in Room 9/10 at 9:00 for a breakfast treat, devotions and working together on projects to help our church family and community needs.  Supplies are provided.  All are welcome to join the fun and conversation.

6.   WE WILL BE SERVING DINNER AT PHILLIPS VILLAGE this Friday at 5:00.  If you would like to participate by providing a dessert or by helping with set-up, serving or clean-up, please contact Randy Nelson (rnelson8@rochester.rr.com or 329-1374).

  7.   THIS YEAR’S CROP WALK is Sunday May 5th.  The Walk started 50 years ago because people like you couldn't sit around while others suffered through war, poverty, famine, and disaster.  They stood up.  Then they walked...and walked...and walked so that others wouldn't have to walk for daily survival.  After all these years, here we are, holding that baton and pushing hunger solutions forward.  Hunger is a huge problem (1 in 9 people live with it), but the fact that you're willing to support the walk creates Hope.  You can walk or sponsor a walker.  You can donate online at www.crophungerwalk.org/websterny and look for WPC.  Please consider donating.  Neighbors here in Webster, Rochester and Ontario are counting on us!  If you have any questions, you may contact Mary Ann Case (265-6633).  Look for the Hot Dog in the Narthex and thanks in advance for your generous support!



                                         Today                                      Next Sunday

Old Testament       Isaiah 65:17-25         

Psalm                       Psalm. 118:1-2, 14-24          Psalm 150

New Testament      Acts 10:34-43                       Acts 5:27-32

                                          1 Corinthians 15:19-26        Revelation 1:4-8

Gospel                       John 20:1-18                         John 20:19-31


 ‘Do not fear, for I am with you,’

declares the Lord.

Jeremiah 46:28