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NO SCHOOL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 so please join us Wednesday evening as we travel to NYC to see the award winning Broadway Show, A Bronx Tale!

A Bronx Tale is a streetwise musical that takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s—where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be. Featuring a doo-wop score, A Bronx Tale is a story about respect, loyalty, love, and above all else: family.

WHEN: Wednesday,  September 20, 2017

We will meet at the Wilton Deli 3:10PM promptly when school gets out!!! We will take the 4:13PM train out of South Norwalk into Grand Central where we will walk to Two Brothers Pizza for a slice and then make our way to the Theater for the 7PM performance.  We anticipate taking the 10:06 train back to South Norwalk and return to the High School for parent pick up at 11:30PM.

WHERE:  Longacre Theater 220 E 48th Street  (Great Center Mezzanine Seats!!)

COST: ONLY $80.00  This covers Ticket, train and dinner!! Checks made payable to WPC

RSVP: by SEPTEMBER 13 to Julie Fowler @

Tickets are limited and will be on a first come first serve basis!!! Permission slips can be brought to Youth Group on September 10 or dropped into the envelope across from the Church Offices.  Further questions contact:

Julie Fowler  Julie.Fowler@wiltonpresbyterian   917-446-3510

Becky Hudspeth  203-246-8407





Fall Fundraiser Bulletin InsertBulletin 6.18.2017




soup Our Faith in Action Committee invites you to participate in our 7th “Midnight Run” (that we now call our BREAKFAST RUN) on Sunday, December 27. The Breakfast Run  is  our ministry of hospitality with our neighbors living on the streets of NYC.  We meet at the church very, very early on Sunday morning to cook breakfast, then the rest of the  “runners”  meet at 6:30am (sharp) to carpool into NYC to serve breakfast and hand out items they need. Not an early riser?…Then come help on Saturday evening from 6:30-8PM  in Parish Hall  to prep food, organize donations, complete toiletry bags, and load cars. Children in grades 8 and up are welcome to join us on the run, but people of ALL AGES are welcome to  help-out with preparations. We are looking for donations of food, toiletries, men’s boxers (new) and coats/hats/gloves (new or gently used) to take with us on the run.  There is a blue collection bin outside of the church office for clothing donations. Sign-up sheets for food items will be available for the next 3 Sundays at Coffee Hour. Questions? Claire Brown: or 203-216-2369. To learn more about the Midnight Run organization go to:


Enjoy some photos from this recent event!

Flaws and All Sermon by Sophie Paddon

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