Children & Families
 
Sunday School: for children ages 3 yrs-5th grade is in the Lower Level of the CE Building. Childcare is available in the nursery, Room 104 for infants to age two. This combined Sunday School (10am Traditional and 10am Contemporary) begins at 10:05am.
 
Church On Wednesday (COW): Continues through May 2018.  Wednesday nights from 5pm-6:30pm for children ages 3 years through 5th grade. Final day is May 9, 2018.
 
Summer Fun for Everyone: Enjoy a simple summer supper, fun activities and great discussion. July 17 & August 21 at 5:30pm-7:30pm. September 9 will be at 11am. All activities will take place outdoors unless weather moves us inside! RSVP so we know how much food to have – 908-233-0301.
 
Contact Christine Treger, Director of Faith Formation, ctreger@westfieldpc.org 
Youth-Grades 6-12
 
 
Sunday School: 9am in the Jim Cole Room (3rd Floor of Parish House)
 
Fellowship: Sunday nights at 6:30pm. Middle School in Westminster Hall. High School in Jim Cole Room (3rd Floor of Parish House)
 
Agape: Every Wednesday at 3:15pm, meet in the church parking lot. More information on the Agape webpage.
 
Youth Rebuilding Hope 2018 for Youth Missions raised over $23,000! Thank you for your support!
 
Welcome our PCW Youth Summer Intern, Billy Cook! If your 5th-11th grade student is at camp this summer and can receive mail, please email intern@westfieldpc.org with their contact information and dates they will be away.  Our intern, Billy, would love to be summer pen pals! They may even get a postcard from other PCW Youth students and advisors.
 
Contact Rev. Amanda H. Joria at ahuels@westfieldpc.org or Linnette Mercado at lmercado@westfieldpc.org.
Adults
 
May’s All Church Lunch will be held on May 6 at 11am. Everyone is welcome to this catered lunch & fellowship. RSVP’s needed. Suggested donation of $8/pp to help cover the cost of food for our honored guests and families (our new 50 year members).
 
Senior Network May Movie: May 23, 2018 at 1pm in the Christian Lounge we’ll be showing “Miracles from Heaven”.  Come join us and bring a friend! This is our last movie before summer break.
 
Men’s Church Softball League is recruiting players! Contact Steve Parker at sparker837@verizon.net if you are interested in playing this spring.
 
Theology Discussion Group meets May 7 and 21 from 7:30pm-9pm in the Christian Lounge. More information, contact Alan Smith at alandsmith518@gmail.com
 
Meet Prof. Darrell Guder, author of “The Continuing Conversion of the Church”. June 2, 2018. All are welcome, even if you haven’t read the book!  RSVP with Alan Smith at alandsmith518@gmail.com or 917-239-1667. Carpooling starts at 11am from PCW to the Nassau Club in Princeton, NJ. Lunch is around $40. We’ll return around 4pm.
Mission
 
Agape Clothing Closet Wish List.  If you are interested in supporting the new mission of the Clothing Closet, you can purchase any of the pre-selected items from our Amazon Wish List to be shipped directly to PCW. The Clothing Closet is open every 3rd week of every month and is overseen by volunteers, Lisa & Abbey Colao. Contact Lisa with questions at scolao1239@comcast.net. Donations specifically for the Clothing Closet are always graciously accepted.
 
Box City is a unique opportunity to raise awareness about homelessness while raising important funds for the FISH Hospitality Program that took place on April 21, 2018. Thank you to our generous sponsors, participants and volunteers. With your help, over $14,000 was raised for the FISH Hospitality Program.
 
Visit www.pcwboxcity.com for more information and for a video recap of the event.
 
 
SPIRE MONTHLY NEWSLETTER: Read our monthly newsletter online or pick up a hard copy throughout the church complex (Sanctuary Narthex, Westminster Hall, Parish House). If you’d like to receive the Spire monthly by email you can subscribe! If you’d like the Spire mailed to your home, please email spire@westfieldpc.org with your home address or call the church office at 908-233-0301.
 
CLERK’S REPORTS: Don’t forget you can read the minutes from every Session Meeting from PCW. Read Session Minutes Here.
 

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