Westminster Presbyterian Church
Sunday Worship Notice!
We are back in the Sanctuary for Sunday Worship! The Governor's new Executive Order allows for indoor worship with limits on attendees (currently 50 people). We expect that to change in the weeks ahead. There are also social distancing guidelines, and requirements including wearing a mask during the Service and maintaining a distance of 6 feet between you and other worshipers.
Check back here and on our Facebook page for updates as the restrictions are expected to change in the weeks ahead
We will continue live streaming all our Services on Facebook. To view any of the WPC's Services, go to the Westminster Presbyterian Church Youtube Channel


Westminster in the media

Pastor Joe being interviewed
Click Here For Pastor Joe's Interview with the NBC Today Show

Click here to read about WPC's Palms and Psalms Event in the in the Christian Post

Click Here For Erika Sayar's Food Drive Video

OR click Here to access our youtube channel and the latest service

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Giving to God and supporting Westminster with a one-time or recurring donation acknowledges God as the giver of everything we have, reflects our trust that He will continue to provide for us, and allows us to be a part of His work here on earth. It's something we do with joy.

We are a generous community here at Westminster. We strive to be leaders with our ministry and outreach projects both locally and beyond. Thank you for partnering with us.



Welcome to Westminster Presbyterian Church

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We're a place that values everyone. Our Sunday School Programs and Activities For Children are fun, wholesome, and safe. Adult Education Activities are informative and engaging. We offer a wide variety of events and activities for everyone.

Our services are about an hour long, with an upbeat and diverse variety of music and a warm and intimate atmosphere. Our sermons are thought-provoking and relevant; meant to inspire you and provide practical guidance for the rest of your week. More details on all of our programs and activities can be found in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Upcoming Events

Winter at Westminster

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This has been a year of unexpected, unprecedented and unending challenges for so many. The Covid19 pandemic and quarantine, loved ones lost, unemployment and an unstable economy, unsettling social discord, an anything-but-normal school year, have all taken a tremendous and stressful toll on us. The cold winds and lingering short dark days of winter will continue to challenge us over the next few months.

But one thing remains true, steadfast, and constant no matter the season, and that is God's unchanging love for us.

We at Westminster along with the rest of the world, are struggling to adjust to a "new normal", embracing the spirit of every season and recognizing the importance of lifelong spiritual learning and growth now more than ever.

We invite you to join us this winter for in-house or on-line Worship and any of the community outreach and mission events we continue to champion.

Worship Services at Westminster

Bible Open

Join us Sunday morning at 10:00 AM for our Traditional Worship Service inside the Sanctuary. Communion is shared the first Sunday of the month.
Sunday Service is now live-streamed on the WPC Facebook Page
and the WPC YouTube Channel.

Taize Worship

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Join us for our monthly Taize Service. Usually offered the First Wednesday of the month in the Sanctuary, Taize worship involves softly sung prayers of hope, peace, meditation, periods of silence, and short readings. It's a quiet and beautiful alternative to our formal Sunday Worship that gives worshipers a chance to take a break from the hectic pace of life, sit quietly in the darkened candlelit Sanctuary, and let simple beautiful songs, the sense of well-being and feeling of renewed faith wash over you. Now more than ever we need this contemplative, calming peaceful time of prayer.