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

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.