Wonderful Wednesday Join us every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. for fun, food, and fellowship. Throughout the year there will be special events and speakers that parents and families can attend, and there will be WINK (Wednesday Night Kids) for children and youth to participate in brief faith related activities, while parents and families can attend […]
Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 There is a difference between giving God thanks for all circumstances and giving God thanks in all circumstances. Some people suggest that everything that happens- the good and the bad- is by the hand of the Lord, […]
The Church We often talk about how the church extends beyond the Westminster campus but this past week our Middle School youth had an opportunity to truly experience the extended church. Alongside youth from four other churches in our Presbytery, we attended our first youth conference since 2019 and it felt good! We studied and […]
Thursday marks the 6th anniversary of the Mother Emmanuel tragedy. Our hearts are still heavy, there is work to be done, and we know there is hope in Jesus Christ. From Scripture and the Constitution of our denomination, the PCUSA, we can declare with a clear and unwavering voice: A new commandment I give to […]
Grace and Peace! I’m writing this week to share some changes our Session has made to WPC Covid protocols. The biggest change is moving to mask-optional for those who are fully vaccinated. For Worship on Sunday mornings (and around campus during the week), here are the guidelines: Hand sanitizer will be available and should be […]
Small groups are being formed a 12 week study on Racial Justice. Those interested will be gathered into groups of up to 8 people to be facilitated by members of the Racial Justice Listening Group. Beginning in January, Zoom and in-person options are available on Mondays 7:30-8:30 p.m. and Tuesdays 10:30-11:30 a.m. For more information, view the RJLG report (with study description) HERE and sign up online HERE.
Yes! We have resumed in-person worship on Sundays at 11:00! It is a joy to have people in the sanctuary and people joining online for the livestream. So far, all in attendance are able to be safely seated in the sanctuary, and we’ve not needed to utilize the overflow seating for the livestream in Covenant Hall. Reservations are not necessary, but if you are planning to come, please review the COVID PROTOCOLS so you’ll know what to expect.
I caught a glimpse of this sign the other day and had to spin around to see it again. I immediately felt a connection with it because our jobs are so similar- to point people to someone named Christ who can remove junk from their lives. Yes, that sign and I have a lot in […]
If you are looking for a good guide to help you in daily prayer, I suggest John Baillie’s A Diary of Private Prayer. Baillie (1886-1960) was a Scottish theologian and church leader during a time European war and turmoil. In the midst of everything that happened during his lifetime, he left a faithful legacy, including […]
FROM THE PASTOR Special Guest in the PulpitThis Sunday, we are pleased to welcome the Rev. Colin Kerr to the Westminster pulpit. Colin is the former Director of Presbyterian Campus Ministry at the College of Charleston and The Citadel, and he is now the organizing pastor for Parkside Church, a new Presbyterian church across the street […]