• 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: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

    Location: Sanctuary

    This concert features our very own Associate Director/Principal Organist, Glenn Kinckner on piano. Glenn has played at churches throughout Europe including St. Thomas in Leipzig, Germany, and Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The concert will feature beautiful, reflective sacred music and include some wonderful guest musicians.

  • Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    The Endowment Fund Board of managers is pleased to sponsor:

    Brunch and Conversation: IRAs – Tools and tactics for leveraging your IRA 
    including giving through your IRA to benefit your income tax position Insights for Investors

    Presented by: Chris Benfer, CFP®, CHFC®, AIF®
    Chris, a WPC Elder, is a Partner in Blue Rock Avenue One, an independent financial planning and retirement plan consulting firm located in Wilmington, Delaware. 

    Advance reservations are requested. To make your reservation please call 610-399-3377 or email Barb Drain.

  • Time: 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM

    Location: Brandywine River Museum

    Join us for an evening hosted by Serving at the Crossroads (SATC). Tickets include admission to the art galleries, tables for black jack, roulette, craps and poker, and a silent auction and raffle. All proceeds will go to SATC. Refreshments will be served. Click here to buy tickets. Questions? Contact Barbara Goodale.

  • 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: 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

    Location: Sanctuary

    This is a free 90 minute event featuring certified biblical storyteller Kathy Smedley, and will include digital components of audio and video and is appropriate for adults and children ages 8 and older. Kathy will be telling stories from the Hebrew Scriptures as well as the New Testament and a few non-biblical "stories about stories". The theme of these stories is "God With Us" - God making an appearance and what happens when God shows up.
  • Time: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Join us for an evening of autumn fun with your family! The evening includes a Chick Fil-A dinner followed by a hayride, games, apple bobbing, bonfire, and a screening of It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! Click here to register. Questions? Contact Sue Spotts

  • Time: 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Join us to pack 35,208 meals for Rise Against Hunger. Volunteers are needed to set up, pack meals, and clean up. Everyone from 4 to 104 is welcome.

    There are two ways you can help us meet our goal. 

    (1) VOLUNTEER -Volunteers are needed for us to meet our goal. Everyone from 4 years old to 104+ years old can be a part of this event. Invite your family and friends. Please sign up for one or more time slots.


    (2) DONATE - It costs Westminster $.32/per meal to host this event. Please help us defray the cost of this event by donating to Westminster - Rise Against Hunger. You can send/drop off cash or a check (with Rise Against Hunger in the memo) in the office, or you can donate online.

  • 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: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

    Location: West Chester

    Young adults in their 20s and 30s join us in the West Chester borough for dinner! Contact Jon Frost for more information.

  • Time: 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    Location:

    9-12:30pm October 8
    If you didn't grow up in poverty, you don't understand the "hidden rules" that govern many aspects of life for the poor. Bridges Out of Poverty explains that we have a lot to learn and understand if we want to help. This presentation explains the thinking processes of the poor. Gain insight. Learn what to say and not say. Click here to register. Questions? contact Angela Emrich.
  • Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    Location: The Site

    Come to an informational presentation on what Realm, Westminster's new ministry tool. Learn what it is, and have your questions answered. If you need technical support, bring in the device you are accessing Realm on (computer, phone, tablet) and we will get you setup.

  • Time: 7:15 PM - 9:00 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    7:15pm October 7 in Spellman Hall
    Join GunSenseUs for an open, public forum on gun safety and we will review why policies can make a difference. Listen to a thoughtful discussion featuring the perspective of firearm owners on a consensus agenda to reduce gun violence and increase gun safety. Bring your questions for a Q&A.
  • 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: 6:00 PM - 10:00 AM

    Location: Tel Hai Camp in Honey Brook, PA

    Youth in grades 6-8 are invited for a fun weekend together. We will give teens space to find rest, learn the importance of rest for our bodies, minds and relationships, and how God invites teens to find rest in their daily lives. Price is $120 per teen, click here to register. Questions? Contact Chris Clark.