The Session of the Presbyterian Church at Woodbury celebrates the gift of safe, effective vaccines, and we are encouraged by the recently revised CDC recommendations which further assert their efficacy. At the same time, we are aware that some in our community are not able to receive the vaccine because of age or other health issues, and that some immunocompromised individuals who have received the vaccine are still at higher risk of infection and serious illness. Because we seek to be a community that is inclusive, hospitable, and safe for all people, we will continue to require the proper use of masks for all individuals over the age of 2, unless medically contraindicated.

In Christ,
Rev. Dr. Philip W. Oehler, Sr.
Minister of Word & Sacrament

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Recent Sermons

Worship Notes, June 20, 2021, 1 Corinthians 12:27-31

The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury June 20, 2021 Fourth Sunday after Pentecost 9:30 am PRAYER OF PREPARATION Gift-giver, you call us together, with our different gifts, our different ideas, our different tastes. You call us together, to share what makes us special, to build each other up, to serve each other in love. You call us together, […]

Worship Notes, June 13, 2021, Psalm 148, Matthew 19:13-15

The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury June 13, 2021 Third Sunday after Pentecost CHILDREN’S BIBLE SONGS “Jesus Loves Me” 9:30 AM PRAYER OF PREPARATION Creator and Ruler of the Earth, we lift up our voices, our eyes, our hearts, our lives to You in praise. Make us Your alleluia people. Uphold the weary, for whom praise may be very difficult. Humble the […]

Worship Notes, June 6, 2021, 1 Samuel 8:4-20, 11:14-15

The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury June 6, 2021 Second Sunday after Pentecost 9:30 am PRAYER OF PREPARATION Holy God, Creator of Life, you call us out of our dark places, offering us the grace of new life. When we see nothing but hopelessness, you surprise us with the breath of your spirit. Call us out […]

Worship Notes, May 30, 2021, John 3:1-17

The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury May 30, 2021 TRINITY SUNDAY 9:30 AM PRAYER OF PREPARATION God in Three Persons, Blessed Trinity, We ask for your presence to enter this space. We know that in self-giving love, Your very nature teaches us how to love one another. Father and Creator, Son and Redeemer, Spirit and Advocate, We […]

Worship Notes, May 23, 2021, Acts 2:1-21

The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury May 23, 2021 Day of Pentecost 9:30 AM PRAYER OF PREPARATION Come, Holy Spirit, the one who sang a new melody as God’s Creation rose from Chaos, who wept at the dark shadow of a cross, and who danced early in the morning, at the opening of an empty tomb, […]

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Recent Posts

God Is Here!

There is no doubt that many of us are suffering from what I call POS (Pandemic Overload Syndrome). Too much has already been written and said about the subject. However, as the body of Christ, we have our own unique situation which I believe needs some thought. We have been fortunate to have a group […]

September Theme: Christian Education

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED! Our church is celebrating 300 years of being a Christian community in Woodbury. In September the focus will be on Christian Education- what do you think Sundays were like in 1721? Was there Worship? Was there Sunday School? We need your help to make September a month to remember! There are […]

June Covid Protocols

At a called Session Meeting on Tuesday, June 1st, the Session, unanimously, adopted the following protocols for Worship: No social distancing requirements in the building; Bibles and Hymnals will be replaced in the pews to aid in worship; Communion, the Offering and the Passing of the Peace of Christ shall remain as we have been […]

Congratulations to our High School Graduates

Eric Campo will be attending Rowan University and will be majoring in Communications and Sports Media. Laken Franchetti will be attending Gettysburg College and will have a double major in English and History with a concentration in Writing. Aaron LeVan will be attending the University of Michigan and will be majoring in physics and engineering. […]

Men of The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury

Some history of Men of the Presbyterian Church at Woodbury Men of the Church  – The Early years During the 18th and 19th centuries, church leadership was almost exclusively available only to men. Thankfully, Church leadership has evolved to include women in all phases of church leadership roles. The examples listed below represent a small […]