Summer is a great time to get involved. We are currently looking for volunteers at all services for A/V responsibilities (Sound Board, Live Streaming, Computer Presentation Software). We are also recruiting musicians for the 11:10 band. Sing? Play an instrument? Contact Jon Frost for more info.
The Intergenerational Washington DC Mission Trip is collecting travel size toiletries for hygiene kits. They will share these kits with individuals living on the streets of DC, who do not have access to such necessities. The items needed are travel size shampoo, conditioner, soaps, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and razors. Items will be collected in bins around the church through Sunday, July 8. Questions? Contact Ann Hatfield.
9am-12:30pm June 3 in Café 10 West
Coffee is a great gift for Dad, and Honduran coffee will be on sale for $15 on Sunday to support Serving at the Crossroads. They are building an addition to the Manos Amigas Clinic in Honduras. All proceeds from the coffee sales will go to the cost of the construction. Questions? Contact Barb Goodale.
Does this sound like you? A child of God who walks and prays with another, a caring Christian who really listens, or a quiet servant of God? If so, our next Stephen Ministry training class begins in January 2019, and our Stephen Leaders are looking for people who feel called to be Stephen Ministers. Want to learn more, contact Ann Hatfield.
After this move, you can search our catalog from any device, see an item’s availability, and check an item in and out with a barcode reader! We ask for your support during this transition by holding donations until the fall, returning borrowed books, and refrain from borrowing until further notice. We’re also calling for volunteers of any age to help with a shelf audit or to help apply a barcode to every item in our library. Questions or to volunteer, contact Ginny Keib .
Pentecost is this Sunday, May 20. Celebrate by wearing red, yellow or orange to church. Pentecost is 50 days after Easter. It reminds us when the disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke in other languages, sending them out to share Jesus' story.
Formed in 2009 to address the escalating hunger problem in the county, the Chester County Food Bank secures, manages, and distributes food to those in need. They distribute over 2.7 million pounds of real, healthy food to our neighbors and serve more than 120 partner agencies including food cupboards, hot meal sites, shelters, and other social service organizations. Watch this video to learn more about the work of the Chester County Food Bank.
Have you thought about volunteering at the Westminster Thrift Shop? The shop will now be open in July and August with limited hours and they need your help! Volunteers will be in the coffee area this Sunday, May 13 between services to provide more information and answer any questions you may have. Questions? Contact Karen Koepke.
We have decided to remove our paper recycler this week as usage had declined, pick-ups were inconsistent and promised revenue to the church did not materialize. We thank our members who so faithfully deposited their paper and ask that you use your residential trash hauler going forward. Questions? Contact Gerry McShane.
Summer Fellowship activities are a wonderful way to be active, stay connected and have a little fun with Westminster friends. Last year, activities including hiking, bocce ball, kayaking and tubing on the Brandywine, bike rides and happy hours. If you would like to help organize, host or plan for June, July or August, please contact Dana Loundas for more information.
We need you! We need volunteers for a variety of hospitality roles during the week of May 20-27, including those willing to eat dinner and relax (like a family evening) or sleep overnight (9pm – 6am duty with a separate sleeping room). Sign up here. Questions? Contact Ruth Simonson, Jean Pitts, or Karen Bates.