We find unity in Jesus Christ and in this caring community of faith, and 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. Continue reading
Rev. David Mote began his service at Westminster as Interim Pastor on December 1, 2014. David was born in Tucson, Arizona and grew up in California – from 4th grade on in Palo Alto. He graduated from Harvard College, majoring in Physics, and from Union Theological Seminary in New York.
He was ordained by the Presbytery of Western Colorado and served pastorates in Cortez. Colorado, Springville and Provo, Utah [two churches simultaneously], Vacaville and Ontario, California.
He has served as interim pastor in Seattle, in Richmond, California, at the Presbyterian Church in Chinatown, San Francisco, and in Albany. Continue reading
January 28, Kids at WoW! Take a night off from cooking and bring your kids/grandkids/neighbor families to Worship on Wednesday. Dinner: 6-6:45 p.m. We’ll have tasty nitrite-free hot dogs and buns. If you aren’t bringing kids, please bring fruit or a salad or cookies to share–homemade or deli. (Kid-bringers can bring something too!) Worship: 7-7:30 p.m. Now that we’ve celebrated Christmas and Epiphany, we’ll be remembering that Jesus and his family had to live in Egypt to be safe, and that Jesus, even as a boy, loved to be in the temple talking about God with other people. We’ll sing a couple songs then visit prayer stations that focus on how much God loves all kids, and where we can pray for children everywhere. If you aren’t bringing kids, please come and pray for at-risk children and our church’s outreach to families. WoW is an informal midweek time to share food, conversation, and worship that celebrates church seasons in contemplative forms of worship.
It is time to collect new and gently used items for five of our Doorstep Missions: The Eugene Mission, Family Shelter, Sponsors, Station 7, and Hawthorne House. These non-profits address the needs of people who are in a temporary crisis as well as suffering chronic problems from homelessness to mental health issues. Whether they specialize in teens or re-entry services for ex-offenders they work to meet the needs of some of the most vulnerable members of our community. Tables are set up in the church hallways ready for your donations.
On January 25 at 3:00 pm, members of the Eugene Chapter of the American Guild of Organists will present an educational program for the young and young at heart: The King of Instruments. The Bond pipe organ will be showcased with a variety of music illustrating various aspects of this instrument. Commentary during the program will explain how the organ works, what all the keys, knobs and buttons are for, and how many different sounds are produced. After the formal program,
February 1st – Help combat hunger by bringing cans of soup to fill the barrels for Food for Lane County. Other non-perishable items are also accepted. Support our Youth Group project and the community.