Monthly Archives: October, 2019

  1. Articles & Resources : New Adult Church School Elective: “The Journey”  by Adam Hamilton  

    In contemplation of the Advent season, Westminster will offer “The Journey: Walking the Road to Bethlehem” as our fall Church School elective for adults. In this study, Adam Hamilton travels with us from Nazareth to Bethlehem for a fascinating look at the birth of Jesus. Using historical information, archaeological findings, and personal reflections, Hamilton illuminates this most amazing moment in history. We follow the footsteps of Mary, Joseph, the shepherds, and others, gaining insight into our own journeys with Christ. We’ll watch a video on each topic, then discuss the material afterward. Whether you are a long-time Christian or simply curious about the story of Christmas, you are invited to join us. “The Journey” will be facilitated by Dave Mountain, November 10–December 17, 9:45-10:45am, in Room 204. All are welcome!


  2. Online Worship Services : October 27, 2019 – “Being a Community of Pacers”


    Sermon by Chris Tuttle
    Psalm 65: 1-13 | II Timothy 4: 6-8


  3. Online Worship Services : October 20, 2019 – “Will God Find Faith Here?”


    Sermon by Chris Tuttle
    Psalm 119: 97-104 | Luke 18: 1-8

  4. Monthly Newsletter : October 2019

    October 24, 2019 Newsletter

    In This Issue

    “Preparing a Place” – Stewardship 2020, Prayer Concerns & Celebrations, New Staff, Aperture in November, Mission Day, Christmas Pageant, Choir News, Shelter Meal, Holiday Tips for Caregivers, Finance Notes, Youth Group Update, Library News, Worship & Nursery Volunteer Schedule

  5. Articles & Resources : Holiday Tips for Caregivers

    The holidays are fast approaching, a time many of us feel pressure – even more so for those of us caring for loved ones with health and/or memory changes. Join us as WPC members Susan Chesser, a registered nurse and health educator, and Kim Lamon-Loperfido, a social worker specializing in aging transitions and a certified dementia care partner, share strategies for family caregivers to make the holidays the best they can be. This program will be offered on November 6, at 6:30pm, in Room 105. Please call the church office by November 4 to sign up.