Dear Friends and Visitors . . .

Thank you for visiting the web site of Wicomico Presbyterian Church. We are a part of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and very proud of our heritage and history. For nearly 330 years, we have been serving our Lord Jesus Christ and meeting the needs of our brothers and sisters in this area and the world.

We are a group of people who love each other and our Lord Jesus Christ. If you are looking for a church family, please visit us. I think you'll find us to be a genuinely welcoming congregation.  Whoever you are and wherever you come from, you will find an acceptance here that will be very special.  Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you'll find a place with us.

Our church is big enough to have some special programs - such as our superb choirs, Women's Circles, and Wonderful Wednesday events - but small enough for everyone to find a place in our church family. We work together harmoniously to fulfill our mission, which is to call all to Christ-like maturity and to equip them to effectively serve the Lord in the Church and in the world. We will accomplish this by proclaiming the word of God as set forth in the Scriptures; by loving God through obedience to the Scriptures as they are revealed to us in worship, study and prayer; and by showing God's love to all.

We invite you to our worship service, and I welcome the opportunity to talk to you personally.

Donald M. Rising


  Worship Schedule
Worship begins at 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School meets at 9:45.
Wicomico Presbyterian is handicapped accessible.
Individual listening devices are available to assist those with hearing difficulties.
Large-print bulletins are available upon request.
Child care is provided during Sunday School and Church.  
The Season of Advent
Advent began on November 30th. Advent is a time of preparation for the coming of Christ. Each Sunday's worship includes the lighting of candles on the Advent wreath.
Bears and Stockings
WPC once again partnered with the Salvation Army to make Christmas a little brighter for needy children. Members and friends selected a teddy bear to dress or a Christmas stocking to fill. Thanks to everyone: 21 bears were dressed and 24 stockings were filled!
Our Christmas Eve service begins at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 24th. Come early to enjoy music provided by our bell choir. The service will include readings from scripture, special music and favorite carols, the Christmas Story and a modern-day Christmas story, and a candlelighting service. The offering at this service supports the work of the Deacons.

For more information about activities, events, or committee meetings, please visit our Calendar page.