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  1. Articles : Mission Stitches’ January Sewing Days

    Mission Stitches is Westminster’s sewing guild that’s currently working on:

    • Assembling dresses for the Haiti Mission team to deliver on their trip this Spring, and
    • Constructing handsewn pillowcases for the pediatric units at both Duke and UNC hospitals.

    The dresses and pillowcases have been assembled into kits and are ready to be stitched together. Please join us and witness turning these kits into finished products! Drop by anytime on January 18-19, from 10:00am-4:00pm in Rooms 203 and 209. Bring your sewing machine or use one of ours. Sewing skills and experience aren’t necessary – our sewers will be happy to help and mentor you.


  2. Articles : Martin Luther King Jr. DAY OF SERVICE

    Honor Martin Luther King’s legacy of serving others by serving our community alongside our friends from the Divan Center, a mosque and Turkish cultural center in Cary.

    We’ll gather at WPC on Monday, January 21, at 7:30am for a light breakfast, then head out to serve in various locations in Durham (Habitat for Humanity, Threshold, and Hope Valley Elementary School). We’ll return to the church around noon to enjoy lunch and fellowship together.

    If you’d like to participate, please sign up today at http://bit.ly/WPC-MLKday. Signing up in advance will help us better organize our teams and project deployment.


  3. Articles : Haiti Culture Experience & Book Drive

    Intergenerational Advent Serving & Learning
    December 16, 9:45-10:45am
    Haiti Culture Experience & Book Drive

    Drop by the Parlor to sample Haitian coffee and Haitian Ginger Cake (Bonbon Siwo) and donate a book. The Haiti Education Mission Team will be collecting children’s books in French and Haitian Creole to take to the classrooms this spring. Research shows that each classroom should have 20 books per student. The classrooms had no books last year, so the team took a small collection and hopes to bring even more books on their Spring 2019 trip. See the list of recommended books at http://bit.ly/haitibooklist.


  4. Articles : Churchwide Clean-Up Days, September 8 and 15  

    You know how sometimes you take a Saturday morning and clean out a closet in your home or the back of your shed? That’s exactly what the church needs. On Saturday, September 8, volunteers are needed from 9:00am-12:00pm to clean out and remove unnecessary items from several closets and rooms, and to do some deep cleaning in our classrooms. The following Saturday morning, September 15, also from 9:00am-12:00pm, we will be working outside in conjunction with our Scout troops, to clear brush and trash on the new property and refresh mulch on the playground. Please sign up today to help: http://bit.ly/WPCSept8Workday and/or http://bit.ly/WPCSept15Workday.

     

     


  5. Articles : Attention, All Who Love to Sing

    Westminster’s Chancel Choir welcomes you! All voice parts are needed. Our new season begins Thursday evening, September 6. Join us in the Music Room at 7:30pm for singing and refreshments as we greet friends old and new and hear about plans for the upcoming season. Rehearsals take place on Thursdays, 7:30–9:15pm and Sundays at 10:00am. Together let us make a joyful noise to the Lord! Contact: Monica Rossman, (monica@wpcdurham.org)

     


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