• Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Location: Sanctuary

    Join us for our traditional Ash Wednesday service which includes imposition of ashes.

  • Time: 10:30 PM - 12:00 PM


    It's time to start decorating Westminster for the Christmas season. We can really use your assistance in setting up:

    • A few trees in the Narthex and Spellman Hall
    • Hanging wreaths on the front and rear entrances
    • Hanging wreaths in the Sanctuary
    • Setting up decorations in Café 10 West
    • and a few more things to get ready for Advent Sunday

    Come for as long as you are able. A light lunch will be available for all who attend. A signup table will be in the Narthex on Sunday or contact Gail Lee.

  • Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Location: Hybrid (The Second Presbyterian Church, 114 South Walnut Street, West Chester & Zoom)

    The West Chester Ministerial Alliance is a coalition of clergy representing the historically Black congregations of West Chester, PA. The Alliance brings together congregants for several annual programs and works to support the community in missions and advocacy. Join them on Saturday as they present “A Moment in Time” when historically Black churches of West Chester will share their story through song, dance, poem, and spoken word. All are invited! Click here to attend via zoom. Questions? Contact Jennie Clark

  • Time: 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

    Location: Sanctuary

    Join us for our intergenerational and very kid-friendly worship service and a potluck meal. This month we’ll explore the theme of love by looking at Jesus’ greatest commandment to love God and neighbor. Worship begins at 5 pm in the chapel followed by a meal in Spellman Hall. Click here to register. Click here to signup for the potluck dinner. Questions? Contact Jon Frost or JIll Reichert.

  • Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Westminster Presbyterian Church will host presentations by the Chester County Department of Aging to provide information on local programs and resources, especially for those who are realizing that independent living is becoming more challenging. When this happens, what are your options and how can you access them? Questions or more info, contact Charlene Fink.

  • Time: 10:00 AM - 12:15 PM

    Location: Front Portico

    This year we will collect donations for the West Chester University Resource pantry. This service offers resources such as food, toiletries, personal care items, school supplies, etc. for students who are unable to afford such necessary items during their time studying at WCU. The money we collect after worship services on Sunday, February 12 will be donated to the Resource Pantry so they can purchase the most needed items for students during this time of the school year. Cash or check donations (made to “Westminster Presbyterian” – Souper Bowl) will be collected by WPC youth in the Narthex after each worship service. Questions? Contact Chris Clark.

  • Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    Location: Library

    Join us for a one-hour organizational meeting for anyone interested in joining Westminster’s Care of Creation team. The goal of the meeting will be to restart our efforts by learning where people’s interests lie and begin planning future activities and meetings. If you cannot attend and want to join the team, please contact Anne JaquesWe're also collecting your ideas so we can all learn from each other. Share the environmentally friendly household products, cleaning supplies, energy sources, etc you use. How do you lower your impact on creation to better care for the world? Contact Laura Davis with your thoughts and recommendations.

  • Time: 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM


    Does God have feelings?  Join Dr. Anne Stewart, Ph.D. Associate Vice President of Communication and Deputy to the President at Princeton Theological Seminary in this two-week class to discuss the witness of Scripture making known God’s character not only by what God thinks but by what God feels: including love, anger, grief, and delight. In this class we will seek to better know the mind and the heart of God through exploring some of the Bible’s most interesting and vexing texts about God’s emotions. Together we will seek to better understand God and ourselves, people made to think and feel in God’s own image. Click here to attend via zoom.


    February 5    Session 1: Love, Compassion, and Joy 

    The Old Testament suggests that God’s emotional life is complex, yet characterized most often by love and compassion.  This week we’ll explore the character of God’s emotions in several central texts of the Old Testament.  


    February 12 Session 2: Hate, Anger, and Sorrow 

    It’s not all sunshine and roses in the emotional life of God.  This week we’ll explore texts that point to the complex emotions of hatred, anger, jealousy, sorrow, and grief in the way that God relates to humans.


    February 19  No Class

  • Time: 5:00 PM - 1:40 PM

    Location: Gretna Glenn

    A weekend retreat at a house in Gretna Glen for youth in grades 9-12. The weekend will be centered around vocation and calling...with time for rest, respite and fun together. Questions? Contact Chris Clark