Ash Wednesday at Westminster is a richly symbolic event, marking the beginning of our Lenten journey. After a church-wide pancake supper, worshipers move to the sanctuary for a touching, multi-dimensional service filled with music, scripture, and prayer.
Westminster’s somber Maundy Thursday service is one of our most profoundly meaningful worship events of the year. Through a progressive and unforgettable series of readings, anthems, and hymns, worshipers are made ever more aware of the darkness of Christ’s suffering and death as lights are dimmed and candles are extinguished. Leaving the Sanctuary in rare silence and darkness, sorrowful hearts wait for the hope and joy of Easter morning.
Easter services at Westminster are spectacular events filled with exuberant music for brass, choir, and congregation. Brass players and choral singers graciously and joyfully participate in both morning worship services as the community rejoices in the resurrection of our Lord!