Whidbey Presbyterian Church

Our Mission: To serve our community with the good news of Jesus Christ

and the transforming love of God, through the Holy Spirit.

Upcoming Events

"The Story"

In 2016, we will bring our whole church together by going through the Bible, from start to finish by using “The Story,” which is an abridged Bible that arranges the stories chronologically so that it reads like a novel. There are no verse references and scripture segments are seamlessly woven together to become a single grand narrative that is easy to follow. We will be studying “The Story” for most of 2016 so be sure to get your copy. The cost is $10 per book. You can pick one up in the church office during office hours. Below is our upcoming schedule:

May 29 - Chapter 12 - The Trials of a King - Youth Sunday

June 5 - Chapter 14 - A Kingdom Torn in Two

June 12 - Chapter 15 - God’s Messengers

June 19 - Chapter 16 - The Beginning of the End

June 26 - Chapter 17 - The Kingdoms’ Fall

July 3 - Chapter 18 - Daniel in Exile

July 10 - Chapter 19 - The Return Home

July 17 - Chapter 20 - The Queen of Beauty & Courage

July 24 - Chapter 21 - Rebuilding the Walls

July 31 - Chapter 22 - The Birth of the King



We will begin our summer worship schedule on May 29. 

Throughout the summer, we will have only one worship service at 10 am each Sunday. We will have a church potluck after worship on the lawn outside Oak Hall. Hotdogs and drinks will be provided so please bring either a salad or dessert.  


AED Training

Our AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) has arrived! We, along with Whidbey Emergency Medical Services, will provide our staff, ushers, and interested members of the congregation appropriate training to confidently use the device when called upon. Training will be Sunday, June 5 at 11:30 am immediately after church in the basement of Heritage Hall. This Session takes approximately 1-1/2 hours. If you wish to be part of WPC’s team of AED responders, please sign up in Heritage Hall or email wpc@whidbeypres.org.


Upcoming Guest Speakers

Sande Crank-Mulkey, Community Ambassador at Regency will be a guest speaker here at WPC on Sunday, June 12 after worship. Sande will be covering the joys and challenges of caregiving for a loved one. You may well experience a combination of anger, frustration, depression and grief…..that would be on a good day.

Is there light at the end of the tunnel? Please join us for this informative discussion.


Join us for a training facilitated by Citizens Against Domestic & Sexual Abuse (CADA) staff on Sunday, July 10 after worship. You will learn about domestic violence and what our responsibility is as a community in terms of how we respond. We will talk about warning signs, how to assess and respond to those warning signs, and what resources are available in our community for people in abusive situations.