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Weekly Pastoral Greeting

April 6, 2021

Wasn’t Easter worship glorious? It was so good to be together to celebrate, and even if you were not able to join us in person or for the livestream, you can still view the service at wpccharleston.org anytime.

One of the highlights for me was singing that powerful stanza of Thine Is the Glory at the end of the sanctuary service. The clarity of the Gospel is offered in such a concise (and singable!) few lines:

Lo! Jesus meets us,
risen from the tomb;
lovingly he greets us,
scatters fear and gloom.
Let the church with gladness
hymns of triumph sing,
for the Lord now liveth;
death hath lost its sting.

Friends, Jesus is alive, and it makes all the difference in the world. Cling to the Good News; it is stronger than any enemy we face.

With Easter Joy!!

Pastor Daniel

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Return, Rebuild, Renew

This spring as part of the Sermon Series from Nehemiah, we invite you as a congregation to Return, Rebuild and Renew with Westminster. As you feel more comfortable and as more events and opportunities become available, we welcome you to return to a new normal at Westminster, to rebuild that relationship and foundation with God through discipleship as a present congregation, and to renew your faith through worship and fellowship opportunities that will continue to evolve, change and grow.

As simple as the children’s rhyme symbolized to the right…
Here is the church,
here is the steeple,
open the doors
and here are ALL the people.

We hope to ALL return, rebuild and renew together soon.

Click here to view volunteer opportunities the church is hoping to utilize as we continue to Return, Rebuild and Renew at Westminster: SERVE FAITHFULLY FORM.

COVID-19 Worship Protocol Update

Please be aware some of the protocols for sanctuary worship have changed. We’re still social distancing and wearing masks, but now, you’ll notice:

• We’re using hymnals and Bibles in the sanctuary again. Studies show it is safe to do so- even library books are no longer quarantined.
• Worship leaders remove their masks for the part they are leading. They will remain on the chancel, at least 15 ft. away from the closest person.
• Congregational singing is encouraged. We will all still be masked and social distanced; Risk of transmission, especially among the vaccinated, is minimal.

We’ll continue to keep everyone informed about additional changes, and we urge all to use care in making decisions about worshiping in-person or online.

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