Westminster Presbyterian Church has opened the sanctuary for Sunday worship to 50-percent capacity, which is roughly 75 people. We continue to follow Covid-19 guidelines — masking up, social distancing, and observing capacity guidelines. We will try to accommodate anyone who wishes to join us for worship. If our capacity is met in the sanctuary, worshipers may be directed to the balcony, or to the Fellowship Hall or Session room where the service may be viewed via closed circuit television.
Thank you, we look forward to worshipping with you!
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Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, May 16, 2021
Worship Bulletin for
May 13 Devotional
by, Nikelle Johnson
"Ascension of the Lord"
Forty days after Easter, Jesus’ work on the earth was complete. He leaves the earth behind and is taken up into heaven. The story is told in Acts 1:1-11. When Jesus returned to heaven he didn't just leave us or his disciples hanging. He left us with his teaching, and also a task to do. Continue
Adult Bible Study
"Acts from Scratch"
book by Donald L. Griggs and Paul W. Walaskay
Thursday, May 13 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom
Each week when we gather to study the Book of Acts, in addition to using the book – Acts from Scratch – in our discussion, we try to ask these four questions:
If this passage were omitted from the Bible, what would we be missing?
What did this passage do for those first-century Christians?
What does this passage do for us as twenty-first-century Christians?
What does this passage do for us as church members?
Join us for a Wired Word current events discussion on Wednesday, May 12 at 1:00 p.m. via Zoom
In the News
"When the social floodgates open, not everyone will want to use their newfound freedom in the same way."
That's the subtitle of an April 27 article in The Atlantic. It projects that as vaccinations rates go up and social-distance and shelter-in-place restrictions are finally withdrawn, people will use their freedom differently, depending on where they are on the introversion-extraversion spectrum. Click here for more information.
Aging & Spirituality
Summer Movie Series
Join us on the last Tuesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. On Tuesday, May 25 we view the film I Can Only Imagine.
Aging and Spirituality will both wrap up and begin with the movie — I Can Only Imagine, a 2018 American Christian biographical drama film. The film is based on the story behind the group MercyMe's song, I Can Only Imagine, the best-selling Christian single of all time. The movie tells the life story of Bart Millard, the lead singer who wrote the song about his relationship with his own father. In 2018, this film won the Dove Award for "Inspirational Film of the Year". Continue
New Voices — New Writers
by, Kaye Walker
A couple of Sundays ago, one of the selected hymns was “This is my Story”. I felt that it was the perfect title for this particular piece of writing. So…THIS IS MY STORY: Click here for more information.