Dignity, joy, warmth, and beauty are
the hallmarks of our worship.
Dignity, joy, warmth, and beauty are the hallmarks of worship at Westminster. Our services are steeped in a rich Westminster tradition that engages the heart and mind through scripture and sermon, prayer, the best in organ and choral sacred music, and profound silence.
Worship takes different forms at Westminster, all aimed at fulfilling our mission to proclaim and celebrate the Good News of Jesus Christ and to gather as an open community to worship God.
In addition to Sunday morning worship, Westminster offers a contemplative worship on Wednesday evenings.
Worshipping at Westminster fills my soul, renews my hope in humanity, assures me that I am forgiven when I say or do something I wish I hadn’t. It is a place of acceptance.
At Westminster, we practice an open communion where all believers are welcome at the table. Communion is celebrated each week at the 8:30 am worship and on the first Sunday of every month at 10:30. Eating the bread and drinking the cup is a sacrament of continuous growth, nourishment, and new life. We are invited to the table to commit ourselves anew to love and serve God and one another.