SUNDAY SCHEDULE
9:00 AM CHANCEL CHOIR PRACTICE
10:00AM WORSHIP SERVICE
Kid’s Sunday School after Children’s Message
Pre-K through Grade 5
11:00 AM COFFEE FELLOWSHIP
11:15 AM ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL
12:15 PM CONCLUSION OF ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL

After prayerful discussion with Worship Leaders, Staff, Sunday School Teachers, Task Force Members and Elders, it is believed that shifting both the worship time and Sunday School for the elementary aged students will aid in fuller participation by church families. Thank you for understanding that we are at a new place and believe this is the best way to worship Christ and support the education of our children. We look forward to welcoming everyone in September for 10:00am worship, fellowship and Sunday School. Thanks Be To God!!

Please be generous with your donations especially during this time of need!
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 8-12, Friday closed

Recent Sermons

Worship Notes, October 2, 2022, 1 Timothy 1:1-14

The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury October 2, 2022 World Communion Sunday 10:00am WELCOME OPENING PRAYER God of all nations, you have poured out your blessings upon all the peoples of […]

Worship Notes, September 25, 2022, Luke 16:19-31

The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury September 25, 2022 16th Sunday after Pentecost 10:00am WELCOME OPENING PRAYER Mighty and merciful God, we meet to celebrate your greatness. We join with the […]

Worship Notes, September 18, 2022,

The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury September 18, 2022 15th Sunday after Pentecost 10:00 am WELCOME OPENING PRAYER Faithful God, we give you thanks that in Jesus Christ, you have entrusted […]

Worship Notes, September 11, 2011, Luke 15:1-10

The Presbyterian Church at Woodbury September 11, 2022 RALLY & RECOMMITMENT SUNDAY 10:00 am WELCOME OPENING PRAYER O God, Searcher of all our hearts, you have formed us as a […]

Worship Notes, September 4, 2022, Luke 14:25-33

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AT WOODBURY September 4, 2022 THIRTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 10:00 am WELCOME OPENING PRAYER Loving God, you call us to turn away from our own selfish interests, […]

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Recent Posts

Music News

The new church “program” year is in full swing. It is a delight to see more and more folks coming to worship together. The Adult Choir is back and as […]

Sunday School Schedule Change

Sunday School 1st – 7th grade will now be offered every week through June. Children leave the service after the children’s message to go to class until 11 am. Parents, […]

Red Cross Blood Drive

RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVEThursday, October 20, 20221:30 – 6:30 pm Please help save a life by donating blood at the Presbyterian Church. Please call (800) 733-2767 or visit RedCrossBlood.org and […]

Adult Sunday School: Hath God Said?

Dave Platt will be leading a challenging sixweek study class on: “Hath God Said?”. We will be using 30-minute teachings by RC Sproul along with group discussion to explore the […]

Deacon’s News

Thank you to all who donated to the Deacon’s Crayon and Coloring Bood Drive! Original September 2, 2023 post: The Deacons are collecting Crayons, Colored Pencils, Coloring Books, Puzzles, and […]

Deacon News: West End School

We are now collecting underwear, tee shirts sweatpants, and girls’ leggings for West End School. The sizes are for elementary school children – sizes 4 to 14. The tee shirts […]

Christofer Gould Eagle Scout Project

Hi, I’m Christofer Gould, a member of the Presbyterian Church at Woodbury and an Eagle scout candidate with Troop 151. I am working towards my Eagle Scout rank and must […]