What to Expect at WPC


 Westminster Presbyterian Church
Mission Statement:

Our calling as believers in Jesus Christ is to love and live by His example,

to share God’s Word and to find new ways to serve.

How Should I Dress?
Comfort – Casual – Best
We believe that everyone brings something unique to the faith community, and we also believe that God desires our best in everything we do. At Westminster,  you will find diverse dress ranging from casual to a more traditional attire.It is our hope that you will find Westminster a place where you can bring your unique contributions to the community.
Worship Opportunities


There are two worship services at Westminster each Sunday morning. The two services have a similar format, but offer uniquely different opportunities to worship.
8:45 a.m. Worship
This service is highlighted by the piano, drums, and guitars at the center of the sanctuary. The sermon is preached from the floor where participation from the people is encouraged.
11:00 a.m. Worship
This worship service is more of a traditional worship opportunity. It is highlighted by a choir, 23 rank pipe organ, and the sermon is preached from the pulpit located at the center of the chancel.

Child Care Available

Child care is available every Sunday from 8:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for children up to their fourth birthday. We encourage children over the age of four to participate in worship. Our nursery is well equipped for toddlers and infants with a changing station, cribs, toddler-sized restroom facilities, and a pager system for parents.

Children in Worship

We provide a special worship offering for children age 4 through 7 during the 11:00 a.m. worship service. Children are invited to join in worship through the Moment with Children. They are then ushered to the Children in Worship room for the remainder of the service.

Children will be sitting with ushers in the church Narthex following the worship service until they are picked up by parents.

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