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  1. News : All-Church Family Fun Day, August 18

    In lieu of our traditional Vacation Church School and due to Sanctuary renovations, Westminster will host an All-Church Family Fun Day, on Saturday, August 18, 10:00am-2:00pm, at Camp New Hope! There will be field games, a potluck cookout, swimming, and more. Make plans to attend this special day of summer fellowship! Please RSVP for your whole group so that we can be sure to prepare enough dogs and burgers: http://bit.ly/2MNUk9N.


  2. News : Durham Bulls Night, August 9

    Westminster will have a night at the Durham Bulls baseball game on Thursday, August 9, when the team takes on the Columbus Clippers at 7:05pm. Catch up with your church family, relax with some great baseball, and enjoy a hot dog. It’s $1 concession night! Reserve your tickets by August 6 at http://bit.ly/2tsveop or contact Jennifer Feiler.

     


  3. News : Child & Youth Protection Policy Training, August 5

    If you volunteer with children or youth at WPC, you must complete this training. Training will be held Sunday, August 5 at 12:15pm in Room 105. No sign-up is required to attend. Childcare is available by request for children age 5 and younger. Please email ce@wpcdurham.org by August 1 to request childcare. Additional sessions will be held on January 6 and May 5, 2019 at 12:15pm in Room 105.


  4. News : Capital Campaign News – 3/21/18

    Celebration Breakfast

    Mission trips to Mexico. Spiritual pilgrimage to Scotland. Disaster relief in the Gulf Coast.
    Choir concerts in the Music Room. Worship from the pews.

    Camp-outs at Presbyterian Point. Vacation Church School at New Hope Camp & Conference Center.
    Musicals in the Fellowship Hall. Meals at Urban Ministries.

    We have answered God’s call in Micah 6:8 in these and so many other ways during our 55 years as a congregation. On Sunday, April 15, we invite you to celebrate where we’ve been together, how our capital campaign will equip us for the future, and the ways God is at work in all of it.

    Our capital campaign, Making Room: For Mission. For Community. For Faith., will enable us to serve others better, building on the foundation of those who came before and preparing space for generations to come. This is an exciting moment in the life of our church and we want everyone to be a part of it!

    Please join us for a Celebration Breakfast in the Fellowship Hall from 9:45-10:45am on Sunday, April 15. Church School will take place as usual for 4th grade and under; Church School for 5th grade and above will not take place that morning. Please RSVP online by Sunday, April 1, or call 919-489-4974.

    Menu: Egg and cheese frittata, hash brown potatoes, French toast sticks with syrup, fresh fruit, assorted pastries, muffins, bagels, juice, coffee, hot tea

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  5. News : Communication Coordinator Transition

    As we shared in the March 7 newsletter, WPC Communication Coordinator Kara Pearce has accepted a new job and we’re seeking applicants for this role. If you know someone who might be a good fit, please direct them to www.wpcdurham.org/careers.

    We will take a moment to thank Kara for her time at Westminster at the 11am service this Sunday, March 25. Her last day with us will be April 1. Kara will stay on in a contract capacity a few hours per week through the end of May to complete work with the capital campaign.

    While we seek a permanent Communication Coordinator, we welcome Bria Adams to fill this role on a temporary basis. Bria is a graduate of North Carolina Central University with a strong background in marketing. She will take care of Westminster’s worship bulletin, newsletter, website, and Facebook page in this interim period.

    You can reach Bria at bria@wpcdurham.org. Note that all myWPC-related questions should be directed to Barb Schmidt.


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