As we move into Phase 5 in Illinois, we welcome you to join us in person for worship each Sunday. Capacity limits have been lifted so feel free to seat yourself in your familiar pew. We are still signing people in each week for the purposes of contact tracing if someone were to test positive for Covid. Advanced registration each week for worship is encouraged but not required. You can sign up using the link in This Week At WPC or by contacting the church office. We also offer our worship service online at 9 am via livestream. You can tune into that broadcast via our Facebook page or on YouTube. Thank you for your understanding and patience as we all do our part to end the spread of this disease.


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

What does it mean to be a Presbyterian? Our name comes from the Greek New Testament word for "elder," indicating that a Presbyterian Church is governed not by the clergy, but by elders, who are both teaching elders (pastors) and ruling elders, members elected by the congregation. Together they are responsible for leadership of a Presbyterian Church, subject to the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

Wildwood Presbyterian Church is part of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) which traces its roots to the sixteenth century Reformation and John Calvin in Geneva, Switzerland. Learn more about the PCUSA at www.pcusa.org.

To learn about the Presbyterian faith, we recommend attending a Presbyterian church! To get a glimpse of what our faith means to us, the following links may be helpful.

What Presbyterians Believe.
Short articles explaining the Presbyterian perspective on a variety of topics.

A Brief Statement of Faith (1991)
A short but insightful summary of the Presbyterian approach to Christian faith.