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Join Us This Advent Season!

by Frank Perkowski

Coming Up This Advent Season A simple text to a friend, or a warm invitation to a neighbor, or in casual conversation to a coworker, it really can be that easy to invite someone to one of our services this season. We really do have some wonderful things happening this Season. First Sunday of Advent: […]

How May We Be Generous at Christmas?

by Frank Perkowski

We are fortunate to have so many ministries that serve a variety of people. These ministries could not operate on their own without the support of the congregation. Please consider some of the ways you can help. Deacons’ Assistance – Tough economic times continue to affect everyone. The Deacons’ ministry assists people with utility bills […]

Christmas Greetings Strengthen Mission Giving

by Frank Perkowski

Christmas Card Project Starting this Sunday and throughout the month of December, EliSabeth-Verdella Circle will present two ways to send Christmas greetings to your church family members. This annual project raises money for local mission. You may place cards for individuals in the box, to be sorted alphabetically for easy pick-up. The circle asks that […]

Retired Army Specialist Chris Cook Visits Point Beach Prep

by Frank Perkowski

This week we learned all about letter H. Our Nursery read Ho for a Hat!,Where is Mary’s Hat?,Hungry Harry, and Cock a Doodle Hooo. They made hats, houses and handprint turkeys. Their sign language word was “hug”. They practiced their songs for the upcoming Thanksgiving Shows. Our Pre-K read Home for Hermit Crab,The Snowy Nap(hedgehog),Hush […]

Keith Reilly — A Rising Star!

by Frank Perkowski

Congratulations to Keith Reilly for once again winning the Rising Stars competition. Rising Stars is a program for classical musicians of high school ages. Finalists are chosen through a competitive audition process. This year, for the first time in twenty years, Keith was chosen as a winner for two numbers, Clair de lune and his […]

Christmas Shoppe Returning Again This Year

by Frank Perkowski

On November 18th, the ladies of Busy Hands will once again have their Christmas Shoppe with holiday items for sale. The gals of the Busy Hands are having a silent auction for a hand-sewn beaded Christmas stocking. This silent auction will be a “one bid, make your best offer” sale. The winner of this item […]

Challenged & Sustained by Faith – Stewardship Testimonies

by Frank Perkowski

As part of our Stewardship Campaign this year, we will hear different personal testimonials that reflect how we are Challenged and Sustained by Faith. Challenged and Sustained by Faith from Susan Robbins Since joining the Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church in 2005, I have faced a few medical challenges. These include Cancer, two Open Heart Surgeries […]

Shoebox Ministry of Samaritan’s Purse

by Frank Perkowski

Completed shoeboxes can be placed in the North Hall. For those still preparing their boxes, red pamphlets with instructions and labels on packing a shoebox can be found in the pews and in the office. Please include $9 for each shoebox to help with shipping costs. Checks can be made payable to Samaritan’s Purse with […]

Gather Your Holiday Dinner Donations For St. Gregory’s Pantry

by Frank Perkowski

The pantry is in need of items for traditional holiday dinners. Boxes of stuffing and potatoes and cans of cranberry sauce, gravy, yams, potatoes, and vegetable are especially needed for Thanksgiving distribution. All donations can be dropped off in the Narthex as well as at the pantry directly every weekday from 10:00am – 12:00pm at […]

Happy Anniversary Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church!

by Frank Perkowski

On October 22, 1882 a committee from Presbytery came to the home of the Rev. Dr. Charles E Knox in Point Pleasant and received ten letters of profession of faith from various families. Rev. A.H. Dashiel of Brickburg Church (now Lakewood) read the Confession and Covenant to which these persons gave their consent. Point Pleasant […]