United Presbyterian Church of West Orange

❄ HOLIDAY MISSION 

 

Christmas Mission Project for “IHN”/the Houseless” Donate: gift cards (Shoprite, Kohl’s, Target, Lyft, and Gas) or $ (please mark as Christmas Gift Card Project, or email Ozzie if you give online).  There are ornaments on a tree in the narthex to help you remember.  The donations are due back no later than Dec. 12th.  



Our Next Blood Platelet Donation:  Thursday, December 9th, 2-9pm (Fellowship Hall).  Please contact Vitalant Blood Services (www.vitalant.org or call 1-877-258-4825) to schedule an appointment.  Please consider giving as the blood reserve is very low due to Covid.


Please see the link below that can be used to advertise the blood drive on social media. You can view it through the link, put in the blood drive information, and send to the sites at no cost to you. You can view the Digital Asset Library for the drive at:


https://content.vitapublicity.com/Content/Orders/8522



COME JOIN US!


   Although we are suspending church services at this time,

         we are pleased to announce we have gone VIRTUAL!



   Each Sunday, we will be celebrating worship at 9:30 am:



 ~~  Find us (live) on Facebook “United Presbyterian Church of West Orange”


                 AND


   ~~ We are also on ZOOM

https://zoom.us/j/672951538?pwd=MnpjT2xTVkUwR2tNZi9FR3hKc2xaZz09 


   Call or text Karen @ 973-997-1088 for log in info or call in numbers.

        Call the church office @ 973-731-1868 for additional information.


                  AND


  ~~   Please check out our YouTube Channel:


     United Presbyterian Church of West Orange - YouTube




 


Worship and COMMUNION (Sanctuary and Virtual)

               @ 9:30am,  Dec. 5th      

                Rev, Rebecca Migliore preaching

                    -   Lectionary is (Luke 1:68–79)

 

      Zechariah knew Malachi’s words well, yet never imagined his part in bringing the prophecy to life. His song in Luke 1:68–79 is his first utterance in months. When the messenger, Gabriel, tells Zechariah that his wife Elizabeth would bear a son, Zechariah responds with fear, skepticism, and cynicism. As a result, he is unable to speak until his son John is born (1:19–20). Thus, John’s birth evokes the question – “What will this child become?” (1:66). Zechariah, himself God’s messenger, speaks over John almost as a liturgical response to this question and names his son as the messenger who will prepare the way for the coming savior.


 


    Ecumenical Prayer Calendar:


          Week of November 28th:     Myanmar, Thailand


          Week of December 5th:     Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia


                    🙏    Ecumenical Prayer Cycle    🙏


 

Sunday Morning Worship
(in normal times)

8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.

20 Old Indian Road
West Orange, NJ 07052
973.731.1868
info@upcwo.org
The United Presbyterian Church of West Orange is handicapped-accessible.