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Week of Events
On the first two Sundays of Advent, join us for 8:30am worship in the newly renovated chapel or on Livestream.
Singers of all levels are welcome to join in this monthly group, which normally meets the first Sunday of each month. Learn music at 9am in the Sanctuary and sing that day during 10:30am worship. Contact Amanda Weber with questions.
Children and youth ages 3 through 12th grade are invited to take part in Church School gatherings each Sunday morning during the program year. Church School classrooms are separated by age, but everyone begins the hour together at 9:15am for a gathering time in the chapel. Join us!
In both stable and transitional times, biblical authors invite us to look back in time to discover who we are and how we got here. In the Older Testament, people’s encounters with a God who is holy, loving, just, merciful, and occasionally angry remind us of the myriad ways God is experienced when people seek […]
This program year, our theme is Moving from Understanding to Transformation: Affecting Change Together Guided by God. Through these forums, we will explore capabilities we need to build and norms we need to examine to be effective partners in transforming our community. The Social Justice Forums provide opportunities not only to become more informed about […]
Family Matters is a place of welcome and connection for Westminster parents and caregivers with children of all ages, who are looking to build community at church. We discuss a variety of parenting topics and consider them through the lens of our faith, seeking to provide both support and information. Join us when you can […]
Nursery Families Fellowship Sunday, October 1 | 9:45 am | Nursery Nursery Families Fellowship is an FYC event held in the Nursery on the first Sunday of the month for families with children ages birth to three. Our prayer is that these monthly events will offer consistent opportunities for our congregation’s young families to gather […]
Westminster's second worship service occurs every Sunday morning at 10:30am in the Sanctuary and on Livestream. All are welcome!
Children are encouraged to take part in a brief period of teacher-led learning. After greeting one another, we share how we’re feeling today, sing favorite songs, and practice basic counting skills. Next we recite our Bible verse of the week and listen to a short, toddler-friendly message. Children are then offered an allergen-free snack and […]
Fellowship Hall & Sanctuary All pageant registrants will be gathering in Fellowship Hall for lunch and then begin practicing roles for the Pageant.
Join us for a special coffee hour after the 10:30am worship service. We will celebrate the first Sunday of the new season with take-home greens, an Advent devotional, and ideas for how to celebrate the season in your own home.
Tai Chi classes are sponsored by The Magnet in partnership with Westminster Adult Education. Classes will meet in Westminster Hall or on Westminster Green as weather permits. Please wear loose-fitting clothes and bring a bottle of water.
Join the Magnet for this 2-part series of ornament-making, led by Jennifer Kunin Studio. Session 1 is for cutting shapes and applying paper mache. Session 2 will be for painting and embellishing. Based on your work speed, you can make one or a few! Capacity for this class is 15 people and you must be […]
The Westminster LGBTQ+ group meets via Zoom at 6pm on the first Tuesday of the month. Meetings involve an opening prayer, an ice breaker question, and discussion of relevant topics to the LGBTQ+/Westminster community. We also involve several guest speakers in our meetings. In addition, the group plans occasional social get togethers throughout the year. […]
Join us for a candlelight service in the Chapel or Livestream comforted with music, poetry, and the simple act of remembering our loved ones. Afterward, we will gather for dinner with conversation and sharing. To attend the dinner, please RSVP with names of attendees to Deb Wagner by November 28.
WOW (Women's Bible Study) is a weekly time for fellowship and study. Fellowship begins at 9am and study begins at 9:30am.
On the first three Wednesdays in Advent, Westminster Presbyterian Church will host a series of resident and guest organists for thirty-minute recitals featuring the 2008 Dobson pipe organ in the recently renovated and acoustically enhanced chapel. These recitals will also be available on the Livestream. · December 6: Andrew Jacob (Organist and Co-Director of Music, […]
Spiritual Memoir Group with Westminster Artist-in-Residence Wendy Brown-Báez Deepen your spiritual practice through self-reflection and creative expression by tapping into our own inner guidance. We will be inspired by poetry and prose from spiritual and contemporary poets and writers. Each month will focus on a specific topic. Each session begins with a brief mindfulness practice. […]
Join us for Wednesday night activities at Westminster, beginning September 13! Dinner is in the Fellowship Hall from 5:15-7pm each week, and children’s choirs for pre-K through 6th graders meet during that time (rehearsal times TBD). Be in touch with Brad Ollmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Joe Trucano (email@example.com) to learn more about choirs.
Join us for worship each Wednesday evening in Westminster Hall or on Livestream.
The Good, The Bad, and The Uncanny: Exploring the Older Testament Wednesday Night discussion groups will continue the conversation from Sunday Mornings. Come to the Newcomer’s Club, where no question is off limits, or join the Wrestling Team to tackle some of the most challenging passage of scripture. Whether you’re a seasoned Bible reader or new […]
Contact Amanda Weber for more details.
WestConnect for Young Adults in their 20s and 30s WestConnect is a group of Westminster members and friends in their 20s and 30s who gather regularly outside of church for fellowship, study, service and events. WestConnect is an informal way to get to know others and help find your place in the life of the church. […]
An American Story: Fighting for Liberation Black transgender activist Raquel Willis shares in her new book The Risk it Takes to Bloom: On Life and Liberation that a freer society for all people ultimately helps everyone. Willis spent years as a newspaper reporter hiding her transgender identity, but increasing violence toward trans women of color […]