• Time: 1:45 PM - 4:30 PM

    Location:

    1:45-4:30pm August 25
    Join us Sunday, August 25 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: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

    Location:

    Whether you are close to someone in the LGBTQ community or are just interested in knowing more, you are invited to our discussion group. With lots of laughter and acceptance of different experiences and views, we explore topics of gender and orientation that help us relate with a more open mind and heart to the changing world around us. Questions? Contact Marie Roberts.

  • 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: 8:30 AM - 1:15 PM

    Location: West Chester Golf & Country Club

    Join us for a time of fellowship at our annual God and Golf Gathering. Golfers of all abilities are invited. We will play a nine-hole scramble. Morning beverages and a buffet lunch provided before and after golf. Size is limited to 40 golfers, so register early! Questions? Contact Bob Newlin

  • Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Have you ever wanted to explore The Ten Commandments in more depth? Did you know the word "commandment" does not actually appear in the Bible? Men and women are invited to a Potluck Luncheon and Introduction to the Study on Tuesday, September 10 at noon. Contact: Sandy Liddick for more information.

  • Time: 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    September is Recovery Month. Trauma Sensitive Yoga classes are designed for individuals coping with recovery, and individuals that enjoy or would like to give yoga a try. No yoga experience required, all levels class. Enjoy this opportunity to experience a good body stretch, and let your mind relax in this hectic world. Questions? Contact Nancy Murphy.

  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    September is National Recovery Month. Join us as we learn about this crisis at one of two Chester County Overdose Prevention Task Force presentations. Each presentation is two hours long. Questions? Contact Terri Pennington.

  • Time: 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

    Location:

    We will practice gentle yoga poses, stretching, meditation and breathing exercises. Your body will appreciate it. No yoga experience necessary, all levels welcome. No cost, just bring a mat. Donations are welcomed and will support the Family Promise ministry. Questions? Contact Nancy Murphy.

  • Time: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    Location:

    Join us the morning of September 29th to enjoy the sunflowers framing our property. Between (and after) services, make your way to the entry parking lot to find an outdoor Café 10 West, extra refreshments and an opportunity to enjoy God’s creation in full bloom. We will have a tent and an opportunity to take pictures with the beautiful backdrop.

  • Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM

    Location:

    Teams of 16-22 people (18 years and older) will participate in various construction projects for homes damaged in recent hurricanes.  The housing for the volunteers for all six trips will be hosted by First Presbyterian Church of Wilmington, NC, which has been identified and approved through PDA.  Identifying specific work sites, construction projects and work oversight will be managed by Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM) – whose mission is to make people safer in their homes.  WARM was founded in 1996 and serves low-income home owners. 

    First-time Trip Participant Funding
    Through a generous donation, funding is available to fully cover the cost for first-time mission trip participants.  Please contact the trip leader to see if you qualify for this funding.  These requests will be granted as long as money is available, so please sign up soon! 

    Day One

    • Travel by vans/cars to Wilmington, NC 
    • Welcome and Orientation by PDA and host site

    Day Two-Five

    • Participate in various construction projects for homes damaged in recent hurricanes    

    Day Six

    • Complete unfinished construction projects and clean rebuilding areas 
    • Travel home by vans/cars

  • Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM

    Location:

    Teams of 16-22 people (18 years and older) will participate in various construction projects for homes damaged in recent hurricanes.  The housing for the volunteers for all six trips will be hosted by First Presbyterian Church of Wilmington, NC, which has been identified and approved through PDA.  Identifying specific work sites, construction projects and work oversight will be managed by Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM) – whose mission is to make people safer in their homes.  WARM was founded in 1996 and serves low-income home owners.   

    First-time Trip Participant Funding
    Through a generous donation, funding is available to fully cover the cost for first-time mission trip participants.  Please contact the trip leader to see if you qualify for this funding.  These requests will be granted as long as money is available, so please sign up soon!

    Day One

    • Travel by vans/cars to Wilmington, NC 
    • Welcome and Orientation by PDA and host site

    Day Two-Five

    • Participate in various construction projects for homes damaged in recent hurricanes    

    Day Six

    • Complete unfinished construction projects and clean rebuilding areas 
    • Travel home by vans/cars

  • Time: 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Inquirer/New Member Class

    Membership is often a natural next step for those who have already attended our church and begun to explore our ministries.  Joining a church is not like joining a club.  There are no dues or secret handshakes.  The only requirement is a profession of belief in Jesus Christ.  Whether you are proclaiming this belief for the first time or restating your commitment along with a letter of transfer from a former church, we rejoice with you!

    Our Inquirer/New Member Class prepares you for this life-changing proclamation.  Our goals for the Inquirer/New Member Class are to increase our awareness and understanding of:

    • The central beliefs of the Christian faith
    • The Presbyterian Church (USA)
    • Westminster Presbyterian Church

    The class provides opportunities for:

    • Making or deepening commitment to Jesus Christ
    • Making friends within the class and within the larger Westminster community
    • Making commitment to specific connections with Westminster

    New members will be welcomed during worship the following Sunday.

  • Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM

    Location:

    Teams of 16-22 people (18 years and older) will participate in various construction projects for homes damaged in recent hurricanes.  The housing for the volunteers for all six trips will be hosted by First Presbyterian Church of Wilmington, NC, which has been identified and approved through PDA.  Identifying specific work sites, construction projects and work oversight will be managed by Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM) – whose mission is to make people safer in their homes.  WARM was founded in 1996 and serves low-income home owners.   

    First-time Trip Participant Funding
    Through a generous donation, funding is available to fully cover the cost for first-time mission trip participants.  Please contact the trip leader to see if you qualify for this funding.  These requests will be granted as long as money is available, so please sign up soon!

    Day One

    • Travel by vans/cars to Wilmington, NC 
    • Welcome and Orientation by PDA and host site

    Day Two-Five

    • Participate in various construction projects for homes damaged in recent hurricanes    

    Day Six

    • Complete unfinished construction projects and clean rebuilding areas 
    • Travel home by vans/cars

  • Time: 1:45 PM - 1:45 PM

    Location:

    1:45-4:30pm October 27
    Join us Sunday, October 27 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 - 9:00 PM

    Location: The Garden Shed at Terrain

    Help make mission possible for everyone at Westminster. We are hosting a live auction, dinner, and music event to raise money for mission trip scholarships. Tickets are $85 per person. Sign up or buy a sponsorship here. Questions? Contact Craig Loundas

    Become a Special Agent with Corporate/Individual Sponsorships

    Your generous support truly makes mission possible for everyone. If interested and able, kindly indicate a sponsorship level of choice. Thank you for your consideration and generosity.

    • Thriller ($1,000)
      • Two tickets to Mission: Possible event
      • Promotion on WPC event Facebook and web pages
      • Full page inside cover of event program
    • Adventurer ($500)
      • Two tickets to Mission: Possible event
      • Promotion on WPC event Facebook and web pages
      • Half-Page ad in event program
    • Mission Commander ($250)
      • One ticket to Mission:Possible event
      • Promotion on WPC event Facebook and web pages
      • Quarter-page ad in event program