We welcome you to our church with the charming slogan, "where everyone knows your name". My first impression was just that and I was honored to be invited to be a part of this growing church in September. We offer a small church atmoshere, with a traditional service. Our music program is spiritually moving and diverse.
The congregation is comprised mostly of residents from The Villages. A large number of small friendship groups are active, giving members and friends a chance to form close friendships.
We have many talented members and people who open their hearts and services to several missions. Our biggest mission is our Wildwood Soup Kitchen serving over 250 lunches daily, 6 days a week. We are also actively involved with House of Hope and Love, INC.
Services are Sundays at 10:30 with coffee and fellowship following at 11:30. We would love to have you visit and join us for worship and fellowship next Sunday!
Reverend Susan Takis ,
Pastor, First Presbyterian Church of Wildwood
First Presbyterian Church
"Where everybody knows your name"
Please join us for this lovely tradition as your choir presents a Celtic Christmas Celebration titled "Tapestry of Light." "Tapestry of Light" was the creation of Joseph Martin, a talented composer/arranger of church music. We feel you will truly enjoy this music since the tunes you will easily recognize. The choir, plus flutists Connie Emery and Dru Movizzo and pianist Eunice Mosier will present this cantata on December 18, at the regular Sunday morning service at 10:30. The narrators are Reverend Susan Takis and Revered Ken Pyles. Everyone please come and bring a friend. For the full article please see the "Joyful Noise" article in the December Newsletter tab above.
To be welcoming, caring and compassionate, Joyfully celebrating the Lord, While sharing his love and grace