Teens and Tweens

Teens and tweens of WPC are welcomed and encouraged to join our many faith in action activities.  Below we've highlighted a few favorites.  

If you have questions about Youth Programs at WPC, please contact Julie Fowler, Co-director of Family Ministries (8- 12th Grade)


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Rake and Roll

High school and middle school teens from the WPC / St. Matthews join youth group gather every fall to perform  yard work for a local resident who is in need.  

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Stop hunger now

Stop Hunger Now, a town-wide, inter-faith, inter-generational event, takes place each year in WPC's Parish Hall.  Over 700 volunteers, including WPC members, gather to package dry meals for the hungry.  These meals are then distributed to schoolchildren in areas of crisis.   Learn more about our 2016 event here.


DC Mission Trip

Every February, high school teens journey to Washington DC to spend a week providing hands-on help and communing with the disadvantaged and the homeless.  Activities include preparing and serving food in soup kitchens, organizing supplies in food pantries, distributing items to the homebound, helping clean houses for the disabled, and similar good works.  The team saves time for group prayer and reflection and even finds a few hours to see some landmarks and enjoy Ben's Chili Bowl, a favorite dinner spot!


Christmas Caroling

Middle School youth don their most festive attire and come together to sing carols to the folks at Wilton Commons, bringing the holiday spirit and delivering joy to many!