So let us not grow weary in doing what is right...
The purpose of the First United Presbyterian Church of West Pittston, Pennsylvania
(currently located at Wyoming Presbyterian Church in Wyoming, PA) 
is to proclaim the Good News of a Gracious God 
and to form a community of Christians 
to be Christ’s hands and feet in daily life.  


 Sunday Schedule: 
The Presbyterian Churches of West Pittston and Wyoming Summer Worship Service
10:00 AM  from June 2  - September 15


9:45 AM Sunday School
11:00 AM Worship 

Join us at 9:45 AM Sunday, Sept. 22 for a 
Sunday School Kick-off Breakfast
Galatians 6.9a
2019 Community Connections Events 
at The Institute
40 Institute Street, Wyoming, PA              
Home of First United Presbyterian Church 
of West Pittston at Wyoming

Click the above tab for complete information on all our Community Connections events.
Further inquiries:
All are welcome!

Click HERE to read the article about our UGLY QUILTS PROJECT (and more!)

Click HERE to read about Clancy Cash Harrison, who spoke to us about food assistance programs in our area and preserving the dignity of people who need them.
Tutoring Table - Feeding Young Minds

We offer a free tutoring program (with dinner beforehand) to primary students in our Wyoming Area community. We believe this is much needed and a way to help families in our community.  

Tutoring table will return on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month beginning SEPTEMBER 25th. The next sessions will be on Wednesdays, October 9 and 23.

5:30 PM       Dinner
6:00-7:15 PM  Tutoring

Do you know of someone who can benefit from this program? Would you like to help or donate? Email

Volunteers! Here is the website for the necessary clearances:
You need both the Child Abuse and Criminal Background checks. They are free for volunteers
Join us at the table!

*Tutoring Table follows the Wyoming Area weather policy and is closed when there is an early dismissal or cancellation.


SEPT 18 First Aid and Bleeding Control 7-8 PM – Learn anyone-can-do-this basics for reacting to an injury in an emergency. BJ Ahearn from the Center for Public Safety will provide instructions and practice for determining the best course of action until professional help is available. Email us at with any questions about the event.