1. News : A Conversation with Parents on Race

    All are invited to “A Conversation with Parents on Race” on Sunday, July 31, at 11:30am in the Parlor. We hope for this to be the first of more conversations on race and racism, and feel that parents are in the unique position in these days of trying to answer questions raised by children and youth about racial violence and racial equity.

    This will be an informal gathering, a safe space to share our questions, fears, and hopes. If you need childcare for age 5 and under, please register.

    Contact: Heather Ferguson.

  2. News : Haiti Yard Sale: July 23

    Haiti Yard SaleAll of the great items from the Haiti Online Yard Sale will be for sale from 8am-3pm on Saturday, July 23, at 3615 Old Chapel Hill Rd. See what’s available and invite a friend to come shop with you!

    All proceeds will support Westminster’s upcoming medical mission trip to Haiti.




  3. Bulletins : July 24, 2016

    July 24, 2016 Bulletin

  4. Sermons : Receiving God

    Genesis 18:1­‐10a
    Luke 10:38­‐42

    Preached by Rev. Katie Owen Aumann, Duke Presbyterian Campus Minister

    Tom was running late to church on a Sunday morning. Rushing at the last minute, he parked his car, scurried up the sidewalk, and walked into the back of the sanctuary. The organ prelude music had begun and an usher handed him a bulletin and greeted him kindly. Knowing that his face was not familiar and he was clearly a guest to the congregation, the usher kindly said, “We are so glad that you are here to worship with us this morning. I should warn you. We have a guest preacher this morning so it probably won’t be very good. But we’re glad you’re here and we hope you’ll come back another week as well.” With that the usher opened the door and directed him into the sanctuary. About half way through the service, the pastor began introducing the guest preacher for that morning. “We are so pleased to have the Rev. Dr. Tom Long, esteemed professor of preaching at Candler School of Theology, with us this morning. He has been regarded as one of the top protestant preachers in the United States and it’s an honor to have him as our guest preacher this morning.” As Tom stepped up into the pulpit, the usher, standing at the back of the sanctuary and within eyeshot of the guest preacher, went white as a sheet.1

  5. Bulletins : July 17, 2016

    July 17, 2016 Bulletin