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  1. News : Share Your Christmas 2017

    WPC is again participating in the Volunteer Center of Durham’s Share Your Christmas program by providing gifts to disadvantaged families and individuals who are elderly or disabled.

    • Sign-up tables with names of individuals you can sponsor are available in the Mission Center now and will be in the Courtyard after worship beginning Sunday, November 12.
    • Recommended spending for each individual is $50 minimum.
    • Wrapped gifts should be returned to the Mission Center lobby by Sunday, December 3.

  2. News : Christmas Shoebox Gifts 2017

    Each year, we invite you to fill a shoebox with gifts for the children in our state’s poorest counties affected by natural disasters like Hurricane Matthew. WPC’s shoeboxes are distributed via UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief), which sends relief teams all over the world to help victims of natural disasters.

    Print the shoebox label and a list of gift ideas. Copies are also available in the Mission Center lobby.

    The gifts will be collected on Sunday, November 26, during the Christ the King parade at both the 8:30 and 11am services. If you have any questions, contact Heather Ferguson.

     

     


  3. News : Share Your Christmas Is Coming

    Before you know it, the holidays will be here!

    Westminster is again participating in the Share Your Christmas program by providing gifts to disadvantaged families and individuals who are elderly or disabled. Share Your Christmas is coordinated by Durham County Department of Social Services and The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center. Look for sign-up tables in the Courtyard in early November.

    If you have questions or would like to help with the organization of this project, contact Katherine Stanley. Potential help includes data entry, package sorting and delivery, and helping with the sign-up tables.


  4. Mission Trip Blog : June 20: Day 2

    Hello WPC I am Ben Chesser, one of the youth on the Atlanta mission trip. Today all of the youth were together the whole time. We got up at 7 and were on the road at 7:30. We arrived at a farm and immediately got to work. My group helped spread gravel into holes at their parking lot, and then helped pull weeds. That lasted for 4 hours. Then we left to go to Medshare, which is an organization that sends medical supplies to people who need it. That was a lot of fun. Overall our second day was also a great success.


  5. Mission Trip Blog : June 19: Day 1

    Hello WPC I am Shelby Page one of the Youth on the Atlanta mission trip. Today we split the group in half to go to our work cites. Half of the group went to a homeless agency where we fed women and children. We also got to interact with the people and learn about them. The other half went to a nursing home where they played games. They also hung out with the elderly living there. We then altogether went to the MLK center and Ebenezer church. Overall our first day was a success.

    – Shelby Page

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