Welcome Visitors!! Some brief information about our Sunday Service:
It is our hope that you will encounter God as you worship with us. Forest Park Presbyterian Church is a family of faith committed to families, peacemaking, and mission. There are educational offerings, as well as fellowship opportunities for members and friends of the church.
For those with special needs in the back of the sancturary we have large print hymnals, Bibles, and a limited number of large print bulletins. We also have a system to aid those who have hearing impairment. Devices to enable you to use the system may be found on the table in the back of the sanctuary. If you have a need to use the system, please ask the head usher for help. They are Ron Reuteler, Mike Marr and Gary Stigler.
Child Care for infants is provided in the nursery, located at the end of the hallway (north end of the church).
Sunday School classes for K-8th grade are held on the lower level. Children & Youth may worship with their family until after the "Interlude" at that time they may go to their classes. At 10:45AM when classes conclude, we encourage parents to pick up their children so the teachers and children may join in hospitality time
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Join us for Sunday Service 9:30AM All are Welcome
GATHERING FOR A CAUSE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2015
9 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
Be a part of a Marketplace making a difference!
Forest Park Presbyterian Church
2300 S. Sunny Slope Road,
New Berlin, WI 53151
Featuring the music of Rick Pomeroy
Crazy Packer Quilt Silent Auction!
Confirmed Vendor Listing....
1.Best, Jean Marie – Vintage Glass Garden – handmade vintage depression glass and sterling silver birdfeeders/baths, solar lights, wind chimes and flowers.
2.Brent and Kayla from Happy Bees – Royal Bee Healing Cream, soaps, candles, peanuts, popcorn, snack sticks
3.Joan Bunde – Sewn and crochet crafts
4.Clover Valley – Organic soaps, scrubs, etc.
5.Costco – Sign up for membership with Scott Peters
6.Donna Lexa Community Art Center – selling a selection of student artwork to support their students and programs.
7.Lavonne Euer - Jewelry
8.Debbie Galarza – L’Bri
9.Deb Haag – Hugs Are Us!
10.Joanne Hayssen – Tupperware
11.James Krursch – Dog toys, charms, herb plants and other handcrafted creations.
12.Pat Lyon – items from Cambodia and handcrafted pieces all sold to support Building Cambodia
13.Michelle’s Action Angels – Assorted handcrafted autism themed crafts items and jewelry as well as information about their foundation.
14.Kristin Molldrem – Origami Owl
15.Kathy Nellessen – Thirty One
16.Marianne Odle – Framed art creations
17.Tricia Plate – Handcrafted cards
18.Tracey Pomeroy – Mary Kay Cosmetics
19.Lis Posca – Wired wrapped and upcycled jewelry and other assorted handcrafted creations
20.Julie Rosenberg – Norwex
21.Tiffany Slawyk - Jamberry
22.Rebecca Stelmack – Fleece hats and scarves, plastic bag holders, crocheted and beaded jewelry. .
23.Tonya Vlasik – Perfectly Posh
24.VFW Post 8343 – Raising funds to provide extra circular activities for our Veterans
25.Maureen Wise– Repurposed mittens and wood creations.
26.Elyn Wissbroecker - Scentsy
*Please Note: All booth rental fees and church sales are donated to the Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation. Their goal is to find a cure for paralysis by supporting the latest in medical research and to provide assistance to those that suffer from neurological disorders. Please see their website at www.brpf.org for more details.