Our Mission

Our mission is to deepen our relationship with God by building a loving community and serving the needs of others in Jesus' name.

Contact Us

202 E. Mantua Ave.

Wenonah, NJ  08090

 

PH: 856-468-5121

wmpcoffice@gmail.com

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ABOUT US

Our mission is to to deepen our relationship with God by building a loving community and
serving the needs of others in Jesus' name.

OUR MISSION

To deepen our relationship with God by building a loving community
and serving the needs of others in Jesus' name.

To become more intimate with the Triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; through worship, through community, through mission and service, through making a difference in people's lives

OUR VISION

Pastor Keith Reed is a minister of the Presbyterian Church USA.   He grew up in Spokane, Washington where he felt the call to ministry in order to tangibly share God’s love with people.  After college, he worked for an orphanage in Guatemala for a year in order to see how people with few material comforts found faith in Jesus.  After seminary, Keith worked in hospitals and a nursing home as a chaplain, studied clinical pastoral education, and was trained in non-profit administration and process re-engineering. He worked his last few years in the nursing home directing process improvements, which left no time for ministry.  In the fall of 2008, Keith felt called to church ministry and became the pastor of Memorial Presbyterian Church of Wenonah.    Keith and Tracey have been married since 1993 and have three boys; Andrew, Joshua, and Matthew. 

Kathy Repici has served as the Youth Director for Memorial Presbyterian Church for the past six years.  At the Presbytery of West Jersey she worked as the Administrative Assistant and now free lances as the Communications Director.  Kathy is also the youth liaison for area congregations to help young adults stay connected to their faith and home church. Her passion for teenagers ignited ten years ago while volunteering at Robins Nest in Glassboro; it was there that she worked with teenage females in the group home. Since that time she has focused her efforts on helping teens come to know the love of Christ. When she is not running youth group; Kathy enjoys cooking, camping and spending time with her two chocolate labs.  She is married to Tom and resides in Elk Township New Jersey.  In her years serving as Youth Director here, Kathy has established annual mission trips in the summer, 30 Hour Famine, an annual winter retreat, monthly service projects, and monthly fun events.  Kathy volunteers many hours a week to create the youth ministry we have at Memorial.