We hope the following list of gatherings and events at Westminster will encourage you to join together with us as a worshiping and growing community. To understand more fully how the following fits into our overall ministry, please visit the Our Ministry Values section here.
Sunday Discipleship Classes
Join us for our discipleship classes offered every Sunday at 9:15, during which we offer nursery. We have classes for preschool, elementary, youth, and adult. Come early and enjoy donuts and coffee! Our children’s classes are engaging with Bible-centered instruction, along with memorization and singing. At the beginning of each month, parents are provided a Children’s Discipleship sheet that gives insight into all that their children are learning in Sunday School and Rooted (see below), so that they may consider incorporating those elements into their family worship settings.
Morning & Evening Worship
Join us for worship every Lord's Day at 10:30 & 5:00. Click here if you would like to know what to expect on your first visit. To find out more about our theology and practice of worship, click here. We celebrate the Lord’s Supper on the first Lord’s Day of each month.
Westminster Prayer Meeting
Every Sunday evening, the opportunity is given for sharing any prayer needs with the congregation, after which we engage in a time of prayer for one another. To help cultivate prayer and service among the congregation of Westminster, The Westminster Weekly is sent out via email each Monday. In part, it provides members a list of the new prayer needs, as well as a printable version of the complete prayer sheet for individuals and families to use throughout the week in household prayer.
Churchwide Fellowship Meal
Plan to join us on the first Lord’s Day of every month following morning worship as we enjoy a pot-luck meal together. This is a great way for us to get to know one another better. Most months our meal is held in our Fellowship Hall, while some months we have a white tent set up outdoors for a special dinner-on-the-grounds occasion. This church family meal is also an occasion for celebrating birthdays and anniversaries of the month.
Westminster Discovery Class
This class is intended for anyone who wishes to “discover” more about our church, whether one is prayerfully contemplating membership or not. It is the best way to get an in-depth introduction to our identity, values, distinctives, and, ultimately, what it means to be a part of this covenant community. It is led by the pastor using PowerPoint slides to aid instruction. This class is held twice per year (or as needed).
Men's Fellowship & Study
Throughout the year, our men & boys come together for a series of weeks to enjoy one another’s fellowship and engage in a book study together. This takes place within the comfort of a home setting, where we enjoy food and drinks together. The books are provided by the church and the study includes instruction & discussion in a pressure-free environment. This would be an excellent opportunity for you to get to know the men of the church better.
Women's Fellowship & Study
Every few months our ladies & girls come together within a home setting for fellowship. This also provides opportunities for celebrating special occasions among women in our church, such as wedding and baby showers. Beginning this year, a book study is being incorporated into this occasion as well. This is an excellent opportunity to get to know other women in our church.
Children’s Rooted & Jr. Rooted
Along with Sunday School, Jr. Rooted (target age 4-7) and Rooted (target age 8 & up) comprise the complementary components to our discipleship efforts toward our children. It is subtitled “Rooted in the Faith, Rooted in Relationships.” It is intended to allow the children to receive Bible instruction directly from their Pastor and enjoy some good ol' fashioned fun together! It takes place during the first week of every month with plenty of adult oversight. At the beginning of each month, parents are provided a Children’s Discipleship Sheet that gives insight into all that their children are learning in Sunday School and Rooted, so that they may consider incorporating those elements into their family worship settings.