…a place to believe, a place to belong.
We at Westminster come from a variety of backgrounds, and embody a broad spectrum of perspectives.
We find unity in Jesus Christ and in this caring community of faith.
We welcome others interested in traveling with us in faith.
Experience an energized and faith-filled worship service.
Includes devotional hymns, prayer, choir, children, group affirmations of faith, handbells, scripture readings, and more. You are invited to visit us Sundays at 10am .
Also we offer Worship on Wednesdays at 6:45-7:15pm for a half hour of diverse forms of worship and faith. A 6pm buffet is provided before the service.
We gathered Wednesday, October 29, to enjoy Roxanna’s fabulous Mexican cooking and to hear Fernel Lopez and his daughter Irania perform beautiful Mexican ballads. Dia de los Muertes is a time to remember and to share stories about loved ones we have lost. It is not a time of great sadness and fear but of fond memories.
Mark your calendar for Sunday, November 9, at 5:30 pm. Bring a dish and come for a great dinner and a few laughs as we challenge each other over board and card games.
We are collecting NOW for our 6th Annual Bazaar Treasure Shop. Donations of tip top condition items other than clothing eagerly welcomed. Please price your donation and drop it off in Southex (the lobby leading to the Education Wing), before Friday, November 14. A highlight of our Holiday Bazaar is our bake sale. Please deliver your baked pies, cookies, cakes, breads, or sweets such as candy and fudge to the church kitchen Friday morning, November 21 so they can be packaged and priced that afternoon. Jams, jellies, salsa, and other…
Reverend Michael Hertz’s last day with us as Associate Pastor was Sunday, October 19. Michael is responding to a call to serve in pastoral education at a teaching hospital in Perth Australia. He has served Westminster Presbyterian Church faithfully and well for two and a half years, leading our Youth, preaching, building a meaningful midweek service through Worship on Wednesday and providing pastoral care to our congregation. We will miss him but we send him on his way with gratitude and asking God’s blessings on him and his ministry. Linda…
Westminster had a great turn out for the CROP Walk on October 5th. Our 30 walkers sported spanking new WPC tee shirts (thank you, Tina!). We had the honor of leading the walk as last year’s winners of the “golden sneaker” for most enthusiastic group.
By the Reverend Elizabeth Leavitt, Sunday, October 5, 2014, World Communion Sunday, Text: Isaiah 5:1-7, Matthew 21:33-46, – The 1991 winner of the Academy Award for Best Short Subject was a film entitled The Lunch Date, directed by Adam Davidson. The film portrays a wealthy woman hurrying through a train station, clearly returning from a day of shopping as she is burdened with shopping bags. She seems oblivious to the many homeless people populating the station and eventually runs into one head on, an interaction which causes her to spill the…