September 24, 2023


9:30 am     Traditional Worship
11:00 am   Contemporary Worship


Chancel Choir (9:30 am)
Worship Band (11 am)


8:45 am - 12:15 pm
Families are invite to drop children under the age of three to our childcare room - Room 443 at any point during the morning. Questions or for more info, contact Jill Reichert. 

KidsConnect & WeeConnect

9:30 - 10:40 am

Children will begin the morning in the worship service with their families. Then, after they are invited up for the children's time in the sanctuary, they will be dismissed to leave with their classes to meet in the Heckert Education Center. All classes will begin our gathered time downstairs in the large gathering area to watch the Bible story unfold (in true storyteller fashion) and then wonder about the story and what it means for them. They will then break into their age-specific classroom time for "Sads & Glads" prayer time and small group response activities. They will explore God's word using the Celebrate Wonder Curriculum. Contact Jill Reichert if you'd like more information on the curriculum or have questions about what your child will experience with us.  Please meet your children after class at 10:40 am in these classrooms:

K-1 - Room 102   

Grades 2 & 3 - Room 105  

Grades 4 & 5 - Room 406   

Young Children & Worship

11 am • Spellman Hall

Children will stay in worship with their families until the Thought for Children when they head to Spellman Hall for a time of singing, worship, and a time of hearing/seeing a Bible story through Young Children in Worship, and then have the opportunity to respond with artistic play, ending with prayer before families pick them up. 

Consider: The Interconnectedness of God’s Creation

11 am • Spellman Hall & Westminster's Outdoor Campus

This three week intergenerational series will begin in Spellman Hall before spending time in our Outdoor campus. Click here to register.

September 24:  Consider: The Importance of Pollinators
We will explore the importance of pollinators in our environment. A local beekeeper will discuss the science behind how honeybee pollinators make honey from flowers. We will learn the lifecycle of the Monarch Butterfly and how it depends on the milkweed plant to survive. Then we will visit the WPC Gleaning Garden for some hands-on picking, planting, and pollinator seed distribution.

October 1:  Consider: The Importance of Land, Soil & Water 
We will consider the world’s most precious natural resourceclean fresh water – and how to protect it. The Stroud Water Research Center’s Watershed Education Mobile Lab will be onsite to help us learn about watershed and stream health and even the insects that inhabit them.

September Vespers

4 pm • Cheslen Preserve
Join us for an all ages hike in beautiful Cheslen Preserve as part of our journey through the season of creation. Meet at 4 pm on the patio area near the main parking lot and bring a picnic dinner if you’d like to stay after the hike. Click here to register.

Youth Choir Rehearsal

5-6 pm • Music Room
6-12th graders are invited to come out to make music together at Youth Choir rehearsal. Youth are invited to bring a friend and stay for whatever part of the evening works for your family! Questions or to sign up a youth, contact Tim Evers.

Youth Group

5:30-7:30 pm • The Cove
This week we explore "Who WE want to BE" through conversation and collaborative artistic expression. Together we decide what kind of youth community we desire to be on Sunday nights - our values, what we care about, and how we live that out. Bring your imagination, your voice, and a listening ear as we dive into this conversation! Questions? Contact Chris Clark.