• Time: 8:45 AM - 11:30 AM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Families with 2nd-5th graders, prepare your family for Lent. Join us where we make bread, prepare the plate and cup, and participate in a peace activity. Questions? Contact Sue Spotts. 

  • Time: 1:45 PM - 4:30 PM

    Location:

    Join us in a beautiful expression of love for one another as we worship in three local nursing homes: Pembrooke, Barclay Friends and Brandwyine Hall. We'll meet at Pembrooke at 1:45pm. All are welcome as we share time together with a reflection, hymns and musical instruments. Questions? Contact Cindy Rietz.

  • Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Start the Lenten season with our annual pancake supper. Gather with your Westminster family for dinner and fellowship followed by an Ash Wednesday worship service at 7pm. Dinner is $5 per person or $10 per family.

  • Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Location: Sanctuary

    This contemplative hour-long service in the sanctuary includes a celebration of the Lord's supper along with imposition of ashes made from last year's palm branches.

  • Time: 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Giving blood is one of the most precious gifts you can give someone: the gift of life. Our boy scout troop is hosting a blood drive with the Red Cross, for an eagle scout project. Their goal is to collect 43 pints of blood, which will be sent to hospitals in the area for blood transfusions. Click here to signup and enter WPC as the sponsor code.

  • Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Vespers is an intergenerational weekly Sunday worship service followed by a meal. Worship will begin at 5:00pm with a meal at 5:45pm. Childcare provided for children under 5. The sacrament of communion will be celebrated each week. Questions? Contact Jon Frost.

    RSVP for childcare and food estimate:

  • Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

    Location: Ryan's Pub in West Chester

    Different brews . . . Different views” Pub Theology gathers people of different perspectives and beliefs around the table in a friendly, welcoming setting for honest and respectful conversation. Explore topics like God, faith, religion, life, doubt, etc. Join us for stimulating conversation, with no pressure to come (or leave) with the “right” answers. Bring your questions . . . and be ready to go away with even more questions to think about. Enjoy food and drink with friends, and make some new friends. And it’s free. You just pay for your own food and beverages. Invite a friend or three and join the conversation!

  • Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Location: The Site (Rm. 414-415)

    This training will help attendees become Gatekeeperswho can recognize a crisis and the warning signs that someone might be contemplating suicide. By following the simple steps of QPR, they can get others help and provide hope. Participants need no additional clinical training or education. Click HERE to register for this free training.

  • Time: 5:00 PM - 12:00 PM

    Location: Pendel Hill, Wallingford, PA

    Our women’s retreat is a sacred time where we can slow down, breathe deeply and experience God at work in our lives and all around us. Using the images of garden and wilderness, seed and soil, watering and waiting, plants and trees, we will explore how God cultivates and grows our spirits. We will open to the wonder of God’s creation in and around us in the beautiful setting of Pendle Hill Retreat and Conference Center. Join us fora weekend that will refresh and replenish your soul!

    The weekend starts with check-in from 5-6pm on Friday, March 29. Activities begin with dinner on Friday evening from 6-7pm, followed by a Welcome and Session 1. The retreat concludes on Sunday, March 31 around noon, following our time of worship together. 

    Pendle Hill

    338 Plush Mill Rd, Wallingford, PA • pendlehill.org

    Pendle Hill is a Quaker retreat center that has sought to manifest God’s love for everyone over the past 80 years. Located on 25 ecologically diverse acres, they’re home to over 140 species of trees and shrubs and have an outdoor walking labyrinth. They work to support a way of life that is environmentally, socially, and fiscally sustainable; and to be inclusive, respectful, and supportive of all people. Preparing meals is a ministry of love and concern, supporting local farmers and enjoying veggies from their own garden.

    Registration due by February 13, 2020
    Fee includes lodging on Friday & Saturday nights and five meals. We appreciate full payment at the time of registration, or you may pay with installments as listed below.  Partial scholarships of $50 are available upon request. Please contact Jennie Clark for more info. Please note: bathrooms are not private in each room. There are sinks in the rooms and shared bathrooms in the hallway.

    • Single Room ($285/person)
    • Double Room: Two Beds ($245/person)
    • Commuter: Lodging at Home ($105/person)
    • Day: Attending Saturday, March 28 ($80/person)

    Click here to register or register below.

  • Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

    Location: Sanctuary

    Come enjoy an evening with musical duo, The Brilliance, along with Westminster string, wind, and brass instrumentalists. 

    Event Details

    6:30pm - Doors Open

    7:30pm - Show

    General Admission Ticket Info

    Online Pre-sale through 2/17 - $18

    Online Sale - $25

    At Door - $30

    VIP Artist Meet and Greet - $40 (includes ticket)

    *Prices do not include fees

    Bio

    The Brilliance’s acoustic-electric, symphonic-pop songs invite you to step outside yourself; to see the world through the eyes of the other, the stranger, and those you may consider your enemy. The band is comprised of songwriter David Gungor and composer John Arndt, who crafted the new album in collaboration with Biola University Orchestra and Chorus.

    This suite, World Keeps Spinning: An Antidote to Modern Anxiety, asks the question, “Is this the end of the world?” So many are asking the question every day, believing it to be the end of the world, each for different reasons and in different ways. But hasn’t every generation asked that question? And how do we engage with others in the midst of these fears and concerns? The World Keeps Spinning Suite invites the listener into these questions, and to listen to the voices of one another in the midst of it.

    World Keeps Spinning is a concept album that explores the root causes of modern anxiety and searches for ways to cope in the face of existential dread. Featuring full orchestra and choir, the album has a sprawling, eclectic sound, with wide-ranging sonic influences from Bach and Stravinsky to Jon Brion and The Beatles. The Brilliance take the listener on a beautiful, all-encompassing emotional journey toward the discovery of our need for each other.

    Click here to buy tickets.

  • Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM

    Location:

    Several volunteer teams worked in Wilmington, NC to assist with rebuilding efforts in 2019. We will continue our partnership with this area in 2020. You can participate in a disaster recovery mission trip for a full week, or a 4-day stretch. Interested in serving on a work team, contact Ann Hatfield, or Bill Stewart.

  • Time: 4:00 PM - 12:00 PM

    Location: Sandy Cove Retreat Center

    Set aside time to gather away from home to examine more deeply your relationship with God and neighbor. Under the guidance and teaching of Dr. Loyd Allen, we will explore several paths of Christian spirituality that can lead to a deeper spiritual life: Christian Spirituality, Prayer, Reading & Engaging Scripture, Spiritual Friendship In Community, and Worship.  We will spend time together in worship, prayer, learning sessions, small group discussions, and fellowship, as well as personal time for silence, reflection, and rest and renewal.

    The weekend starts with check-in from 4-6pm on Friday, April 24 at Sandy Cove Retreat Center. Activities begin with dinner on Friday from 5:30-6:45pm, followed by a Welcome and Session 1. The retreat concludes around noon on Sunday, April 26, following our time of worship.

    Click here for the brochure.

  • Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM

    Location:

    Several volunteer teams worked in Wilmington, NC to assist with rebuilding efforts in 2019. We will continue our partnership with this area in 2020. You can participate in a disaster recovery mission trip for a full week, or a 4-day stretch. Interested in serving on a work team, contact Ann Hatfield, or Bill Stewart.