Monthly Archives: November 2023

Anticipation and Hope: Joyful Living in Uncertain Times

Welcome to the First Sunday of Advent! Christmas is coming. Rev. Paul Shew will be preaching the message for our online service this coming Sunday, Dec. 3, and the message is entitled: “Anticipation and Hope: Joyful Living in Uncertain Times.” … Continue reading

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Surprise at the Judgement

We welcome you all to join us online at 10am Japan Time for the WTUC worship service this Sunday, November 26, 2023, the 26th Sunday after Pentecost – the Reign of Christ Sunday. Advent is on it’s way… Dec. 3 … Continue reading

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WTUC Thanksgiving Gathering Photos + December Events

Thank you to everyone who made the Thanksgiving service and potluck a great success. Photos are shown below. Good food, good company, so many things to be thankful for. Praise God for abundant blessings. Please join us at our next … Continue reading

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Trust – Join our WTUC Online Service + Japan Women’s Conference Sign-Ups

You are invited to worship with the West Tokyo Union Church family online on Sunday, November 19th at 10am, Japan Time. Our speaker this coming Sunday will be Reverend Maki Fushii, the liturgist is Esther Yomoah and our organist is Kazuko Sacon. Rev. … Continue reading

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Living as Children of the Light – Thanksgiving Hybrid Service

WTUC will be holding its in-person and online hybrid service tomorrow, Sunday, Nov 12 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 AM (Tokyo Time) at the Mitaka Lutheran Church. Please note the difference in the time of the the worship start; 11:00 am instead of … Continue reading

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What We’ve Learned on Our Journey – Sally Witmer

Please join us on Sunday, November 5 at 10am as we welcome back previous WTUC member Sally Witmer for our online worship service. Sally’s message is entitled, “What We’ve Learned on Our Journey.” The liturgist is Betsy Terada, our organist … Continue reading

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