Celebrating God’s Gifts of Music

In 2002, Westminster was in a position like most churches looking for a way to respond to world-changing events like September 11th. The celebration of God’s gifts was how the people of Westminster wanted to answer the chaos, destruction, and sadness that surrounded this pivotal time in human history. Over the years there have been… Read More ›

2014 Fall Festival

Annual Fall Festival Saturday October 25th 4:00 – 7:00 pm There will Trunk or Treat, games, bounce houses, costume contest, music will fill the air, win prizes and enjoy fun activities of all kinds Food will be available for purchase at a very affordable price! Free to all ages: everyone is invited to attend Volunteers… Read More ›

From the Mayor

Dear Faith Leaders, I wanted to take a moment to drop you a quick note about the Ebola situation in Dallas. We’ve had a few briefings with our Emergency Management and Tarrant County Public Health officials. I’m glad to report that our public health team and our first responders are prepared and ready to protect… Read More ›

More Than Food

The shopping cart sits, often empty, discretely near the entrance to the Narthex of Westminster. At the end of each month, the congregation is reminded of the upcoming first Sunday of the month and invited to bring donations of food and other items to help those who make their way to Christian Community Assistance for… Read More ›

Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social

Outreach & Mission Committee of Westminster will host an old-fashioned ice cream social as part of our “Celebration of Neighbors” coinciding with National Night Out-Texas Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the church.  NNT-Texas promotes neighborhood camaraderie and community partnerships. (Texas has a different Night Out than the rest of the nation.) Please invite… Read More ›

Responding to the S.O.S.

For the third summer in a row, Westminster engaged in a Summer of Service full of opportunities to love, care, and provide for others. S.O.S. is not as much a program as it is an idea. Serving others doesn’t have to be some elaborate event with a need for intricate preparation and financial backing. The Summer… Read More ›