Feed hungry WCU students by preparing single serve Grab 'n Go meals. Our next delivery to the Resource Pantry is Monday, February 3. All fresh or frozen meal donations must be dropped off at WPC's kitchen by 12pm February 3. Questions or for more info, contact Dana Loundas.
There is still time to join the fall hurricane recovery trips to Wilmington, NC. Volunteers are needed to help with rebuilding the areas impacted by storm damage and flooding. Signup for one of two trips in October: October 13-19 and October 20-26. Click on dates to register. Questions? Contact Bill Stewart.
Thank you to everyone who signed up to correspond with a Westminster college student through our new Student Connection program. We are delighted that several more students have expressed an interest in participating in this program. We are in need of caring members who will send supportive letters to a college student from our WPC family. If you are interested, contact Megan Wonderland.
This past Sunday the Serve Our Neighbors Implementation team crafted worship, with the theme of "Stewardship of Life: Awareness, Connection and Recovery." It was a powerful morning, testifying to Westminster’s commitment to being a congregation where those wrestling with addiction or mental health issues are welcomed with open arms. We yearn to be a community where honest conversations and unconditional love promote healing and wholeness.
What the entire service below:
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Pastor Ann Hatfield.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) delivers immediate aid to those impacted by Hurricane Dorian. Initial assessment suggests catastrophic destruction, but the full scope of the damage will not be known for months. Our financial gifts are needed to assist with relief efforts. Click here to support the work of PDA or make checks payable to Westminster Presbyterian Church, memo line: Hurricane Dorian. We will send the collected funds to PDA.
The Serving Our Neighbor Vision Team designed a short survey for those 18 years and older to discover the talents, skills, interests and occupations within the Westminster Community. This will allow the team to reach out to our members to make our visions realized. One of our committee’s dreams is to connect the Body of Christ and put dreams into action as new opportunities arise. Click here to fill out the survey.
Did you know that if you’re homeless having a phone and a car may be more important than a place to sleep? Connections and transportation get you to a job or job interviews. Learn more about in our backyard and the lack of affordable housing by visiting our table at the Ministry Fair on Sunday.
Dream team three from Vision Quest 2023 aka "The Home Team" is working for more affordable housing and to end homelessness. Raising awareness is part of their effort, so look for this logo to learn more about homelessness issues. Did you know that one in 19 households are living in poverty in Chester County? Learn more about homelessness in our backyard and the lack of affordable housing by visiting our table at the Ministry Fair on September 15.