Monthly Archives: December, 2018

  1. Online Worship Services : Welcoming Wisdom

    1 Samuel 2:18-20, 26; Luke 2:41-52

    Guest preacher: Natalie Wolf, WPC member and student at Columbia Theological Seminary

  2. Online Worship Services : Being Friends

    Luke 1: 39-55

  3. News & Articles : NEW: Junior Youth Group Begins in January

    Westminster is starting a new Junior Youth Group for fourth and fifth graders. The first gathering will be on Sunday, January 13 in the Youth Suite, following the 11:00am service. We’ll meet twice per month (usually on the second and fourth Sundays), so we’ll plan to meet again on January 27. Please mark your calendars and bring your fourth and fifth graders for games, service projects, and special activities. Sign up today:

    Contact: Kristina Gilbert


  4. News & Articles : Aperture: Third Wednesdays, January 2019

    Join us on Wednesday, January 16, at 6:30pm for “Celtic Spirituality in Music & Art” with Kristen Leigh, professional musician, singer/songwriter, and artist.

    We live in a culture where mind and body, heaven and earth, sacred and secular are usually perceived as being radically distinct and separate from one another. But Celtic spirituality comes from a cosmology much closer to that of Jesus and the ancient Hebrews – one that is infused with a sense of God’s abiding presence in the material world, emphasizing the interconnectedness of all things and the need to restore right relationship between humans, the natural world, and God. By looking at some Celtic traditions in art and music – especially illuminated manuscripts like the Book of Durrow and the Book of Kells – we can learn to see and experience the presence of God all around us, even in our ordinary, everyday lives.

    Kristen Leigh is a professional musician and artist, with a Master’s degree in Theology and the Arts from Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University. In addition to performing as a singer/songwriter (, she is an experienced congregational song leader who specializes in oral traditions and paperless music from all over the world, and teaches classes and workshops on the spiritual practice of singing. She has had a lifelong fascination with Celtic music and art and has spent time on pilgrimage in Ireland and Scotland studying Celtic spiritual, musical, and artistic traditions.


    Dinner will be served at 5:45pm in the Fellowship Hall (fried chicken with multiple sides and dessert). Cost: $5 per person/$20 max per family. Register by January 14:

    Contact: Kristina Gilbert


  5. News & Articles : NEW: Church School Elective – “What Do We Tell the Children? Talking to Kids about Death and Dying” 

    Starting on January 6, this class is designed to help adults examine their own perspectives on death, dying and grief, and how such perspectives impact their ability to help children experience loss and grieve. Participants will also learn ways to discuss these topics with children in developmentally appropriate and spiritually open ways. Sundays, 9:45-10:45am, Facilitator: Geoff Vaughn