Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Join us for our traditional Ash Wednesday service which includes imposition of ashes.
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
10 am Worship & 11 am Meeting • January 28, 2024 • Sanctuary & Zoom
Join us as we hold one worship service at 10 am with our Chancel Choir & Worship Collective. Following the service, we will hold a short annual meeting in the Sanctuary or via Zoom for the purpose of voting on changes in the terms of call for pastors, 2024 budget overview, and receiving the 2023 Annual Report. The annual report and other documents will be sent out in the coming weeks. Click here to attend via Zoom. We will provide brunch for you to enjoy. Childcare provided during the meeting for children under 4.
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Spellman Hall
We invite you to this intergenerational event (adults, families with young kids or youth) to bring items to assemble lunches for The Vine Ministry on Martin Luther King Jr Day. You can also make lunches at home and drop them off under the church portico. Questions? Contact Chris Clark or Jill Reichert. Click here to signup to provide lunches or see details on what is in each lunch.
Time: 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Spellman Hall
Sunday, January 14 & Monday, January 15 • Spellman Hall
Following the murder of George Floyd, an apolitical and diverse group of Chester County residents, The Racial and Cultural Equity (R.A.C.E.) Group came together to talk about whether this could happen in our community. The R.A.C.E. Group’s mission is: to foster the humanization of all Chester Cunty residents through mutual respect, caring, and understanding. They seek to develop trust, empathy, and awareness of the negative impact of systemic racism.
A vision emerged to counter the negative way black and brown men are portrayed in the media by portraying positive images of black and brown men in our community. They partnered with an award winning photographer, Sandrien de Bruijn-Mesman, to bring this project to life. The 20 Men Project reintroduces black men and boys to the American public through truthful depictions of black males in our society, so we will recognize that they are not a threat to our communities, lives and livelihoods. A powerful and positive change occurs when we see black men as neighbors, friends and productive members of our community.
Westminster will display the 30x40 size canvasses of the 30 men who were photographed and interviewed in Spellman on Sunday, January 14 and Monday, January 15 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day) until 12 pm. Sandrien de Bruijn-Mesman will speak to our Journey class at 10:45 am in Spellman Jr & Zoom on January 14. More info coming soon. Questions? Contact Jennie Clark.