New Wilmington Presbyterian Church

New Wilmington, Pennsylvania | Deeper in Scripture | Wider in Service

Our Vision

The New Wilmington Presbyterian Church seeks

discipleship to Christ,

reconciliation in Christ,

divine encounter through Christ, and

generosity with Christ.

Sunday Morning Schedule

Sunday School for all ages September - May.

Worship begins at 10:30am.

Our Address is 229 South Market Street, New Wilmington, PA 16142

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Watch the worship service live or later through Livestream.

Watch and Listen


Listen live Sunday mornings at 10:30 am (9:30 am in the summer) via Titan Radio 88.9 FM or anywhere via Titan Radio's web portal. Mac users will need to download a free version of Flip for Mac in order to listen to the live stream.


Also, see live and recorded video streaming of the service by clicking on Livestream. When you get to the screen, there's no need to "follow". Just click on "New Wilmington Presbyterian Church", locate the date of the service, and watch live or taped services.


Adult Sunday School

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL OPTIONS beginning again January 7th:

  • Young Adult Class – Room 215                                             Class Coordinators: Angie & Dan Urban

    Building on the ideas we explored this fall, the Young Adult class will consider what it takes to “Start Becoming a Good Samaritan” through a six-week video series from Michael Seaton in partnership with World Vision that considers poverty, social injustice, pandemic diseases and the environment. Discussion will center on commonsense ideas to live out your faith in ways that will change our community.

  •  Men’s Bible Study – Lillian Martin Room                  Class Facilitators: David Dawson & Wally King

    The men are following Paul to Athens where he addresses the “academics” of his day in the center of Western philosophy (which is foundational to our society today). From there they continue in Acts 18 where Paul challenges the religious and political mainstream (with deep similarities to our present situation) as he travels to Corinth and Ephesus. 

  •  SALT Class – Room 109                                                                              Class Coordinator: Jim Hines

    SALT will continue to read and discuss Faith and Resistance in the Age of Trump, an anthology that includes the writings of 25 scholars and teachers who address issues including gender, race, disability, LGBT justice, immigration, the environment, peace and poverty. The group meets at 9:15.

  •  Adult – Room 214                                                                                           Teacher: Rev. Brad Walters

    Sacred Rhythms- Adult Education Series, January 7- February 11. In this six-week book & video series, facilitated by Brad Walters, author Ruth Haley Barton will provide guidance for you in a way that links the disciplines of the Christian faith to the most compelling desires of the human soul. Each lesson will offer teaching and spiritual guidance in specific practices that will allow you to experience each discipline and incorporate it into your life. If you enjoyed Soul Keeping or wished that you had visited that class, this is a perfect time to join in. You may purchase the book directly, or contact Linda Black (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Print copies are $11.50; a Kindle edition is $9.99. The participant’s guide is also online.