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Mission Statement

Westminster Presbyterian Church seeks to know Christ and to make Christ known.
We are a diverse congregation, crossing cultural, racial, age, and class boundaries.
We support each other in our journey of faith with joyful worship, engaging education and caring fellowship.
We strive to partner with our neighbors in this urban community through ministries of justice and compassion.

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Where are We?

Westminster Presbyterian Church (PCUSA)
5300 Delmar Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO 63112
(At the corner of Union and Delmar)

Ph: 314-367-0900
Fax: 314-367-0999
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Sunday Morning Worship
11:00 A.M.

Sunday Schools
(September - May)
9:30 A.M.

“I had assumed that the Earth, the spirit of the Earth, noticed exceptions -- those who wantonly damage it and those who do not. But the Earth is wise. It has given itself into the keeping of all, and all are therefore accountable.”
― Alice Walker

Westminster in a Minute…

Sunday September 15th  

Season of Creation



Message “… With the Earth?”


Presbyterian Women will be meeting to review business reports, budget, and planning Tuesday, September 17th at 10 a.m. Bring a lunch. Please join us!  Remember your pledges and Least coin.

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY to MARK MILLER! Congratulations on 15 years as pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church on September 19th!

Vicki Carmichael will be out of the office Friday, September 13th- Sunday, September 15th.

Coming up in October, our Church Picnic will be October 5th 11 a.m.- 2 p.m.

The CROP Hunger Walk will take place October 6th at 4:30 p.m. with the concert starting at 7 p.m.

Saint Louis’ first-ever Racial Equity Summit will take take place on October 10-11th, 2019. The agenda for the Summit will feature a broad spectrum of programming, including the launch of the Equity Indicators Dashboard, nearly 20 engaging breakout sessions from every corner of the community, and exciting keynote addresses! The lunch keynote will be given by Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, the Chief of Race, Wealth & Community at the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC). Dedrick is nationally known for his analysis of racial economic inequality, particularly as it relates to the racial wealth divide.  We promise you won’t want to miss out on this momentous event. Get your tickets today! Click on the link to order your tickets now!   https://www2.eventsxd.com/event/10060/stlouisracialequitysummit/home 




Peace and Grace, 



Pastor - Westminster Presbyterian Church 

"...a glimpse of God's love on the Delmar Divide..."


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