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  1. Articles & Resources : Child & Youth Protection Policy Training

    Child & Youth Protection Policy Training Sunday, May 5, 12:15pm, Room 205 All who volunteer with children or youth at Westminster must complete our Child & Youth Protection Policy training, and renew your training every three years. Please sign up for the May 5 session – Lunch will be provided. Contact: Kristina Gilbert


  2. Child & Youth Protection

    Volunteers are at the heart of all of Westminster’s ministries, especially those for children and youth. The goals of these ministries vary, but in all we do, our top priority is to maintain a safe and wholesome environment for children and youth. Westminster takes this priority very seriously and therefore has a Child and Youth…


  3. Children’s & Family Ministry

    Looking for Holy Week and Easter activities for kids and families? Click here. Looking for information on our Summer Mission eXperience for children? Click here. We offer a variety of programs and opportunities to teach children about God’s love for them and increase their knowledge and understanding of the Bible. We are committed to equipping…


  4. Youth Ministry

    Westminster’s youth program is for 6th – 12th graders. Many are members of the church; their friends and other youth from the community are always welcome. The youth program combines recreation, local mission, Bible study, and community building. It is led by the Youth Council, youth advisors, parents, youth, and the Associate Pastor for Youth…


  5. At WPC

    In addition to serving the local and global communities, there are a number of ways to get involved in the ministries at Westminster. See below for descriptions of committees and ministries where you can share your gifts within the church. Ready to get involved? Fill out a Time & Talent pledge or contact the church office.