For Adults


Adult Classes


During Lent in 2022, New Wilmington Presbyterian Church is focusing its attention on God’s grace by engaging with concepts presented in Tim Keller’s book, “The Prodigal God.” You are invited to engage in this Lenten journey in three different ways: 1.) Listening to the sermon/worship series, 2.) Reading the Prodigal God book, and/or 3.) Attending one of the several small groups starting the first week of lent, March 6 to Easter, April 17. Learn more and sign up online at

Sunday Before Church. Brad Walters. Sundays at 9:15 a.m. downstairs at the church in the Lillian Martin room. In person and online group. Email Brad at to get the link and password to participate online.

Sunday After Church Group – Justin Zackal and Jim Mohr. In person group. Child Care is provided. Bring a dish to share. We will meet in Social Hall.

Youth Group group – Doug Phillips. Sundays at 6pm in the Social Hall. In person group. Those outside the youth group are also welcome to join this group.

Shenango on the Green Group – Monday at 2 p.m. in the Community Room. Sue Anne Fairman and Becky Rosengarth. In person group.

Monday evening online group – Matt Camlin. Monday at 7 p.m. online. Email Matt at to get link and password to participate online.

Tuesday morning group – Dave and Tawnee Hunter. Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. downstairs at the church in the Lillian Martin room. In person group. Light refreshments served.

Thursday evening group – Jim Leuenberger. Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m., downstairs at the church in the Lillian Martin room. In person group. Desserts will be shared.

Westminster College Group – Jim Mohr. Evening and time to be announced. In person group.

Saturday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Location: NWPC Social Hall
Leaders: Wally King and Dave Dawson
Description: Group discussions about the Bible with required readings. Please contact Wally King (724-866-1027) or Dave Dawson (724-946-8828) before attending so we can make room accommodations for physical distancing.

SALT Class
Sundays at 9 a.m. via Zoom videoconference
Description: SALT begins a new study titled, “After Jesus Before Christianity, A Historical Exploration of the First Two Centuries of Jesus Movements.” The book is a product of a decade of exploration by the Westar Institute’s Christianity Seminar. Their discoveries include, among others, that there was no religion called Christianity before the third century, that there were multiple Jesus movements, and that there was much more flexibility and diversity within the Jesus movements, including understandings of gender, sexuality and morality. The book is available through many sources. SALT currently meets predominantly via Zoom. Contact Jim Hines,, for a link.

Sundays at 9-10 a.m., Room 215.
Curriculum: “John For Everyone, Part 2” by N.T. Wright
Leaders: David Dawson and Wally King
Description: We use the very accessible commentaries of N. T. Wright, the well-known and respected British New Testament scholar. We also look at the work of Ken Bailey and some selected video materials.



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