Westminster Presbyterian Church
We're a place that values everyone. Our Sunday School Programs and Activities For Children are fun, wholesome, and safe. Our Sunday morning and midweek Adult Education Programs for Men and Women are informative and engaging. We offer a wide variety of events and activities for everyone.
Our services are about an hour long, with an upbeat and diverse variety of music and a warm and intimate atmosphere. Our sermons are thought-provoking and relevant; we hope they inspire you and provide practical guidance for the rest of your week.
More details on all of our programs and activities can be found in the menu bar at the top of the page.
Westminster Church is committed to making disciples of Jesus Christ.
Wednesdays beginning October 12th - October 26th, 7-8pm
There are many books today that claim to be the divinely inspired Word of God. The Bible, Quran, Bhagavad Gita, Book of Mormon are just a few. Does the Bible confirm it's exclusive claim to be the divinely inspired Word of God? Or is it just another religious book? The totality of evidences presents a strong case for the divine inspiration of the Bible.
Wednesday, November 2nd, 7:30PM
In a darkened Sanctuary illuminated only by candlelight, Westminster regularly offers a Taizé prayer service the first Wednesday of each month. Taizé worship is a unique prayer service originating from a joint Protestant/Catholic monastic community in France, with meditative singing from the Psalms, short readings, and brief periods of silence. There is no preaching. Everyone is welcome to come experience this new way to worship.
Saturday, October 15th, 2016 9:00AM - November 19th, 2016
The Westminster Field of Flags is created by church members and friends from the community each year in honor of the veterans who have served in the United States military who have lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. One flag is placed on our Great Lawn in memory of each of the nearly 7,000 veterans who have died in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, creating a patriotic and deeply moving memorial field. Volunteers from the community are welcomed and encouraged to help create the Field of Flags. Look for updates about the Field event scheduled for October 15th.
Our community garden (PAR stands for Plant-a-Row for the hungry) is a wonderful place to meet new friends as Christians from neighboring church communities and various community organizations work together to grow fresh, organic, vegetables for local families in need. We love volunteers!
A small group is a Christian community of approximately 6-12 people who gather together to get to know one another, to support each other, to help each other grow spiritually, and to increase the ministries within the congregation and outreach to the community. Currently WPC’s Small groups include A Woman’s Walking Group, Healthy Eating and Cooking, Knitting, Home Visitations and more. Check out Small Groups in the Grow section of the web site.