Palm Sunday, March 28 We hear the shouts of adoration for the coming Messiah and then turn toward the shouts of anger as crowds call for Jesus’ crucifixion. 10:00 a.m. Prayer on the Playground. Kids and families gather on the playground. This week will include an outdoor procession of palms! 11:00 a.m. Sanctuary Worship. Our […]
This year during Lent we invite you to join us in praying the Psalms. The Psalms inform our own prayers of lament, praise and preparation. During this Lenten season, use this devotional to read through some of the Psalms with intent. Give yourself time to pray over the words. Use the simple prompts provided each week to reflect on how you may put the Psalm in your own words and in your own context.
- January 3: Epiphany
- 11:00 – Morning Worship; We gather to worship the one who is a light to the nations.
The Lord’s Supper; In-person and livestreamed
*all events follow Covid protocols.
Small groups are being formed a 12 week study on Racial Justice. Those interested will be gathered into groups of up to 8 people to be facilitated by members of the Racial Justice Listening Group. Beginning in January, Zoom and in-person options are available on Mondays 7:30-8:30 p.m. and Tuesdays 10:30-11:30 a.m. For more information, view the RJLG report (with study description) HERE and sign up online HERE.
Yes! We have resumed in-person worship on Sundays at 11:00! It is a joy to have people in the sanctuary and people joining online for the livestream. So far, all in attendance are able to be safely seated in the sanctuary, and we’ve not needed to utilize the overflow seating for the livestream in Covenant Hall. Reservations are not necessary, but if you are planning to come, please review the COVID PROTOCOLS so you’ll know what to expect.
We resumed in-person worship on October 11th. The Session unanimously approved the recommendation from the Worship Committee, along with the protocols you should read and follow.
Do you have a favorite hymn? One that comforts you? One that brings joy to you?
At this time when we cannot sing together, we want to bring you opportunities to sing at home. Send us a request for a hymn you would like to hear, and we will create a video with someone from the Music Ministry playing the hymn along with some background information about it. The videos will be posted online for you to use and enjoy. To make a request, submit this short form.
Reading through the Scriptures Together
This fall, we are excited to offer opportunities for all members of our congregation to journal their journey through the study of scripture. The goal being for you and your families to get in your Bible and enjoy reading God’s Word! There are a variety of reading plans and options to best suit you and your family, all laid out below.
From the WPC Session: As a community that has made a choice to be disciples of Jesus Christ and provide for the spiritual needs of our community, Westminster has multiple responsibilities to our congregation and to our surrounding friends and families. In the current situation of a worldwide pandemic, we must continue to meet the needs of the people for worship and fellowship, as well as comply with CDC, DHEC, and City of Charleston regulations limiting the size and closeness of any gathering of people.
Jan. 12 The Message of the Gospel1 John 1:1-4