Monthly Archives: January, 2020

  1. Bulletins : February 2020

    February 2, 2020Bulletin & Announcements
    February 9, 2020Bulletin & Announcements
    February 16, 2020: Bulletin & Announcements
    February 23, 2020Bulletin & Announcements

  2. Online Worship Services : January 26, 2020 – “What If You Were Called?”


    Sermon by Chris Tuttle
    Isaiah 9:1-4 | Matthew 4:12-22

  3. Online Worship Services : January 19, 2020 – Sermon by Alex Stayer-Brewington

    Sermon by Alex Stayer-Brewington

    Isaiah 49: 1-7 | John 1: 29-42

  4. Articles & Resources : Rise Against Hunger with Hope Valley Baptist, March 7

    Rise Against Hunger Meal-Packing Day
    Saturday, March 7, 10:00-12:00 noon
    Hope Valley Baptist Church Gymnasium

    We’re excited to be partnering with the congregation of Hope Valley Baptist Church to pack meals for Rise Against Hunger on Saturday, March 7, 10:00-12:00 noon, in the HVBC Gymnasium.

    Over the years, WPC has worked with Rise Against Hunger on 11 events and packed 114,324 meals!

    At just 34 cents per meal, 80% of Rise Against Hunger’s meals are distributed through global partners that administer school feeding programs, orphanages, health clinics, and vocational training.

    Make plans to take part in this fun, educational, highly-interactive, highly-impactful event. Meal-packing is suitable for ages 5 and up. Please consider also donating toward the cost of the meals. You can register or donate toward our $3,451 event fundraising goal (or both). Thanks!

  5. Articles & Resources : Aperture: Third Wednesdays, February 19 at 6:30pm

    “Learning from the Witness of Ann Atwater” with Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
    Wednesday, February 19, 6:30pm l Music Room

    The 2019 documentary, “The Best of Enemies.” tells the story of how Ann Atwater, a civil rights activist, and C.P. Ellis, a local leader of the Klu Klux Klan in Durham, ended up co-chairing a committee in 1971 to help desegregate Durham’s local schools.

    In February, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove returns to Westminster to share his experiences of “Learning from the Witness of Ann Atwater,” drawing from the documentary and his deep personal relationship with this remarkable woman who transformed this city. This Aperture event introduces WPC to our Lenten series. Details coming soon!

    Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove is a celebrated spiritual writer and sought-after speaker. A native of North Carolina, he is a graduate of Eastern University and Duke Divinity School. In 2003 he co-founded Rutba House, a Christian intentional community in Durham’s Walltown neighborhood. In 2006, he founded the School for Conversion, a popular education center committed to “making surprising friendships possible.” He taught workshops there alongside his mentor and freedom teacher, Ann Atwater, until her death in 2016.

    ContactMarietta Wynands, Director of Christian Education