Based on what we have learned from our local, state, and national authorities, we believe at this point, we can safely move into this next phase of limited gatherings as our region moves into Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois plan, so long as proper precautions are followed. We are gathering for worship under a unique set of expectations. We will wear masks when we gather. Seating in the sanctuary will be spaced out to provide for adequate social distancing. Gatherings will initially be limited to 100 people due to physical space constraints. Participants will be required to sign up ahead of time each week for worship. Everyone entering the building will be asked to use hand sanitizer.

Livestreaming of the worship service will continue at 9:00 AM each Sunday.
Stay home, stay healthy and pray for our nation and our world.

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Serving Christ With Open Minds, Open Hearts, and Open Hands

The ways in which we use God's gifts of material goods, personal abilities, and time should reflect a faithful response to God's self-giving in Jesus Christ, and Christ's call to minister to and share with others in the world. Our congregation participates in many missions and outreach activities. Some of these are listed below.

- Tiny Treasures Preschool
- One Great Hour of Sharing
- Habitat for Humanity
- ExtraCare (WPC outreach for Alzheimer's)
- Deacon's Food Pantry
- PADS (Our church serves as a shelter for the homeless)
- Inclusion Community Youth Networks groups meet at WPC
- A Safe Place (women's shelter)
- Mano-a-Mano (Hispanic community center)
- Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts
- Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center, for victims of sexual assault and their loved ones
- Souper Bowl Sunday (Tennessee Food Pantry)
- Community Youth Network (general counseling services)
- Feed My Starving Children
- CASA Lake County (Court Appointed Special Advocates)