Proposed Mission Statement
Westminster Presbyterian Church is a multiracial congregation called by the radically inclusive love of God in Jesus Christ to ministries rooted in grace-filled hospitality, social justice, and transformation.
We respond to God’s call and seek to make God’s love known through:
- A commitment to a spirit of welcome for all people that knows no boundaries to inclusion and welcomes all gifts and talents in works of worship, ministry, and service. (Grace-filled hospitality)
- A commitment to identify and dismantle all the ways we are impacted by systems of oppression and to partner with neighbors to do the same in our city and beyond. (Social Justice)
- A commitment to challenge and nurture the congregational community in body, mind, and spirit. (Transformation)
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(September - May)
“So, you watch yourself about complaining. What you're
supposed to do when you don't like a thing is change it. If you can't
change it, change the way you think about it.”
― Maya Angelou
Westminster in a Minute…
Sunday November 17th
Pledge Commitment Sunday
Scripture: Matthew 22:34-40; I Corinthians 12: 14-16
Message "What Does That Mean?"
Please don’t forget to fill out your time and talent and financial pledge forms for the upcoming year. Place your completed forms in the basket on the Communion table or in the offering plate, or they can be mailed to the church.
You will find enclosed the order form for poinsettias. Please return order forms to the box marked for Poinsettia Orders.
The Hanging the Greens will take place December 7th from 9 a.m. – Noon.
Next Sunday, November 24th, is the Union Council joint worship service at Union Avenue Christian Church. Remember that the service will begin at 10:45 a.m.
Union Avenue Christian Church
733 Union Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63108
This year, Westminster will join Project Ark’s effort to help more than 500 children affected by HIV/AIDS have a happier holiday! We will help collect toys for the Holiday Gold for Kids Toy Drive. Starting this week we will begin our toy collection. We will continue to accept toys until December 15.
Melody Perkins, Shelter Team Leader and Ministry Facilitator of Grace & Peace Fellowship, has requested volunteers to work as Overnight Volunteers in the Winter Homeless Shelter. This work is not hard but it is essential. It helps one grow in faith and it saves lives, literally. If you would like more information, you may email Melody Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fred Fairbanks will be out of the office from November 26th-November 29th. Mark Miller will be out of the office November 27th-November 29th.
Peace and Grace,
Pastor - Westminster Presbyterian Church
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