Friday, July 9, 2010

A New Look & Function to the Blog!

The WUPC blog has added a Google calendar to help you keep track of all the various events going on in and around the church.  The calendar is located directly below the most recent blog post.  Hold your cursor over an event to get more details, such as location, description, or additional details.  If you already have a Google calendar of your own, you can add our events to your own by clicking on the "Add to My Calendar link.

You can also now share these blog posts on Google Buzz, Facebook, Twitter, your own blog,or through email, by clicking on the respective icon below.

If you a question or suggestion about anything you see on the blog, please contact me, Talia Reed, at

Monday, June 28, 2010

Kids' Day Camp 2010: Day 1 South Bend Fire Dept.

Taking Care of Business

Hands of the Lord ministered Sunday night with a new group of people and a fresh song that touched hearsts.
Senior quizzers finish off their season with a great finish!
Bible Quizzing coach Sis. Chris Norem, follows in the tradition of previous Walkerton quiz coaches by earning the Indiana State Coach of the Year Award!

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Date Night this Saturday

Send the kids to the sitter's and spend some quality time with your dearie in the company of your brothers and sisters.  We'll play a round of mini-golf at Tri-Way's in Plymouth, followed by a trip to Pizza Hut in Plymouth. 

Monday, June 21, 2010

Kids Day Camp 2010: Summer Enrichment Program

Sign up now!
June 28-30
9:00am-2:00pm daily

Monday: health and safety games and activities, then a trip to the South Bend Fire Dept.

Tuesday: C & B Optical One.  tour the lab to see how eyeglasses are made, get a free eye screening, and learn about optical health

Wednesday: Potato Creek State Park: Presentation and nature hike with a park Naturalist!  Explore the nature center, go fishing, play! 

Registration is $40.  Children of the same household family are an additional $12 each.  Fee includes admission to all events and activities, a t-shirt, lunch, snacks, and drinks.

Register at the Walkerton United Pentecostal Church or the Walkerton Library.  We are limited to the first 50 applicants, so don't dealy.  Ages are for those who have completed  a year of Kindergarten-those who have completed a year of 6th grade.  This event is put on by adults who want to have a quality education experience available to our community at an affordable price. 

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Congratulations, Bro. Ian!

This week Ian received the Holy Ghost and he was baptized in Jesus Name on Sunday night!  We're proud of you, Bro. Ian!  God has great plans for you!

8 & 9 Year-Old Campers and Dorm Supervisors

A large group of kids headed down south to Fortville Indiana Campgrounds this past week for Sunday School Camp.  Many of them won ribbons for athletic events, too!  You can tell we've got "aisel runners" in our church!  We're proud of them! 

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Invite Dad to church this week!

Or, if you're a Dad, invite your children to join you!  Fathers are an irreplaceable part of our society and we will be honoring them this Sunday morning!  Join us!

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

New, fun summer program begins this Sunday!

The Sunday School department will be shaking things up with a new format for the summer, beginning this Sunday, June 13.  Students will now be secret agents!  They'll be learning bible stories, making crafts, eating fun snacks, and playing games, surrounded by all the teachers and all the students, for the remainder of the summer!  Bring a friend and jump in! 

Monday, June 7, 2010

2010 Sunday School Graduation Service

2009-2010 Sunday School teachers
Sis. Roberta Kickbush receives a Sunday School teacher Achievement award.
The 6th grade class graduates sit on the platform.

5th grade class shares what they learned.
3rd and 4th graders share their favorite thing from the year.
2nd graders share.1st grade

Pre-School class recites the 10 commandmentsKristen Whitaker, a 2010 graduating senior from John Glenn High School addresses the congration and the fellow graduates.
Students begin the service by leading the congregation in the Pledge of Allegiance to the American flag and the Christian flag.