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Advent and Christmas Worship at Westminster

During Advent, we’ll let ISAIAH get us ready for Christmas by studying some of the prophecies that speak to the coming of the Messiah.

December 30: The First Sunday of Christmas
9:45: No Sunday School today, but interested families meet at WPC to go to Heartland to spread Christmas cheer.

11:00: Morning Worship; One service only

November 24, 2020

It’s all very different this year, isn’t it?  Missing out on the annual Westminster Oyster Roast!  Modified gatherings (or no gatherings!) with friends and family on Thursday! Planning Advent and Christmas worship without congregational singing! As I write, I’m struck by the notion that Covid has been a big inconvenience for me, but it has […]

Advent and Christmas at Westminster

November 29: The First Sunday of Advent
11:00 – Morning Worship; In-person and livestreamed
December 6: The Second Sunday of Advent
11:00 – Morning Worship; The Lord’s Supper; In-person and livestreamed
5:00 – Movie Night. Join us for an outdoor viewing of “The Star,” an animated story of the Christmas Story.

November 17, 2020

A few years ago a friend gave me two tiny coins.  They were made more than 2000 years ago, and he said they were the same kind of coins that the poor widow of Mark 12 would have put in the offering box.  Remember that story? And Jesus sat down opposite the treasury and watched […]

Anxious to Talk About It

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

Sunday Worship

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.

If you’re not ready or unable to attend today, you can still follow the livestream service on YouTube, Facebook, or here on the website.

Session Statement on COVID-19

November 10, 2020

I’ll always remember that meeting with Matt.  Matt was in the Youth Group at my church, and as he neared graduation and his 18th birthday, he became increasingly interested in enlisting in the Army.  This was back in the years right after September 11th, and his enthusiasm, though supported by his parents, was also a […]

November 3, 2020

Uncertainty. As you read this message, there is a great deal of uncertainty about the outcome of the presidential election.  Polling experts suggest anything could happen, and both Biden and Trump’s campaigns have been busy in the battleground states in these last days.  Is it possible we’ll have a clear winner in the next 24 hours?  It is […]

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