• Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    Location: Zoom • Spellman Jr.

    How do I motivate someone with Alzheimer’s? What should I NOT say to someone with dementia? If you are asking questions like these, then please join others for a monthly support group. We will gather at 6 pm in Spellman Junior or on Zoom on the 4th Tuesday of each month excluding August & December. For more info or to receive the Zoom link to join virtually, please contact Pastor Ann or Page Hinkle.

  • Time: 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

    Location: Chapel & Spellman Hall

    5-6:30 pm Sunday, February 25 • Chapel & Spellman Hall

    Vespers is a monthly gathering with an intergenerational and interactive time of worship followed by a meal together. Children and families, couples or singles of all ages are welcome! This Vespers, we will look at Jesus’ call of the disciples while they were having some trouble fishing. Click here to register.

    • 5-5:40 pm: Worship in the Chapel - We will learn what it means to fish for people and make our own nets!
    • 5:45-6:30 pm: Potluck Dinner in Spellman - Church will provide main options but please bring a side/salad and/or dessert to share. You will be asked your choice of potluck to share when you register.
  • Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Location: Sanctuary

    You won't want to miss this American’s premier professional trumpet ensemble present a program ranging from Baroque to Jazz! In 2008, Tromba Mundi released their Grammy nominated debut CD, Music for Trumpet Ensemble. Since then, they have released various cds including, Sinfonia Americana, Quest for Adventure, The Non-Articulation Agreement, and a Christmas album. You can hear all their albums on Spotify, YouTube, and other platforms. Tickets are $20. Discounted tickets for middle, high school and college students. Click here to reserve your ticket. Questions? Contact Tim Evers.

  • Time: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    Location: Washington DC

    Join fellow pilgrims as we journey to Washington, DC for the day to visit the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. This trip is sponsored by the Donegal Presbytery’s Racial Justice Task Group. There is no fee for this trip other than lunch. Lunch can be purchased at the museum or attendees can pack their own and plan to eat outside. Bus departure at 7 am from Westminster Presbyterian Church and will pick us up in DC at 3 pm. RSVP now to Bob Bronkema.

  • Time: 5:30 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

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

  • Time: 9:10 AM - 9:30 AM

    Location: Sanctuary

    Join us for a 20 minute prayer and communion service as well as imposition of ashes.

  • Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Location: Sanctuary & Spellman Hall

    9:30 & 11 am February 4 & 10 am February 11

    After 41 years of ordained ministry, including over 8 years at Westminster, Rev. Jennie Clark retires from her call as Associate Pastor for Spiritual Growth. Come hear Pastor Jennie preach her final sermon during both morning worship on Sunday, February 4. We will recognize and celebrate Pastor Jennie on her final Sunday in a combined worship service at 10 am on February 11 with Director of Youth and College Ministries Chris Clark preaching. Following the service, we will gather in Spellman Hall for a church-wide reception.

    If you would like to share thoughts and memories about Jennie's leadership, you're invited to drop off photos, cards or letters in baskets found in the Narthex during the first two Sundays in February. You also can contribute to a monetary “Love Gift” which Pastor Jennie will receive in worship on February 11. Participation is completely voluntary and anonymous. If you would like to donate toward this gift, there are several ways to do so, contact Ed McFalls for more info.

  • Time: 9:11 AM - 12:00 PM

    Location: Sanctuary

    Sunday, February 11
    This year our Souper Bowl of Caring offering will be going to the Cheyney University Resource Pantry. All money collected will go to the pantry to purchase food, self-care, and school supplies students might need during the school year. After the 10am service on February 11, youth will stand in the Narthex with large soup pots to collect cash and checks (made out to “Westminster Presbyterian”). Our goal is to beat our previous year’s total and reach $4,000 – we need your help! Questions? Contact Chris Clark.

  • Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Location:

    Designed for families of 2nd-5th grade, this interactive workshop is designed to help children and parents better understand Communion in our tradition, why we celebrate it, and who can take it (spoiler alert... all are welcome at the table!). Come and find that preparing the table, drama, arts/crafts, and cooking all just may be a part of this workshop! And parents will have a separate time to learn and share, as well. Click here to signup. Questions? Contact Jill Reichert.

  • Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    Location: Spellman Hall

    Modern family life is busy and full when you’re a parent or a teenager. There are so many places to be, activities to be on time for, and things to check off our to-do lists. Where does our spiritual centering come from in the midst of it all?

    We are inviting families of teenagers (grade 6-12) to consider that question together by gathering together two times at the beginning of this year to share a meal together, share stories together, and set intentions together by crafting a "Rule of Life" for your family during the season of Lent.

    A Rule of Life is not a rigid statute but a flexible guide to help you intentionally stay true to the values that are most important for your family. It helps provide some balance and centering in the midst of the ebbs and flows of life. Over dinner, your family will be guided through crafting your own Rule of Life to help you find your Center. Click here to sign up.  

  • Time: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

    Location:

    9:30 & 11 am February 4 & 10 am February 11

    After 41 years of ordained ministry, including over 8 years at Westminster, Rev. Jennie Clark retires from her call as Associate Pastor for Spiritual Growth. Come hear Pastor Jennie preach her final sermon during both morning worship on Sunday, February 4. We will recognize and celebrate Pastor Jennie on her final Sunday in a combined worship service at 10 am on February 11 with Director of Youth and College Ministries Chris Clark preaching. Following the service, we will gather in Spellman Hall for a church-wide reception.

    If you would like to share thoughts and memories about Jennie's leadership, you're invited to drop off photos, cards or letters in baskets found in the Narthex during the first two Sundays in February. You also can contribute to a monetary “Love Gift” which Pastor Jennie will receive in worship on February 11. Participation is completely voluntary and anonymous. If you would like to donate toward this gift, there are several ways to do so, contact Ed McFalls for more info.