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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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Westminster Presbyterian Church (PCUSA)
Sunday Morning Worship
(September - May)
(June - August)
(September - May)
Westminster in a Minute…
Sunday June 18th
Second Sunday of Ordinary Time
Will meet following the time for children.
July/August/September issue of These Days is now available.
you've ever wondered about singing in a choir but didn't want to commit to
rehearsals, now is your chance for some singing! We will be having an
impromptu choir on Sunday, July 9, where anyone and everyone can meet before
church, learn a song together, and sing it during the service. This is
open to everyone, whether or not you can read music or sing like an
angel. All you need is enthusiasm and to meet at 9:15 a.m. on July 9.
Let's all make music together!
Explorers will go on another journey on Tuesday, June 27, to the Botanical
Garden. We will view the new exhibition of glass flowers in different
sections of the Garden, either on foot or from the wagon which makes the rounds
of the Garden, stopping at various places along the way. Of course, we
will have lunch together at the Garden cafe after our tour! Please join
us at the entrance to the Garden at 10:30 a.m. Parking is free.
is the fifteenth year for the Ivory Perry Park concert series, and to celebrate
they are bringing back on June 25 Denise Thimes, the jazz vocalist who
performed at the first concert in June of 2002. You’ll hear on July 23
Marquise Knox, a young blues guitarist and singer who fronts a tight band.
If it’s dance you want, on August 27 Dirty Muggs plays it all and shows off
some great choreography. Artist and urban activist Bob Hansman will
also return this year to direct the children’s art activities. You’ll
find our favorite food truck, Mi Hungry Jamaican, as well as a few others,
including Polar Cops, the SLPD truck that gives free popsicles to kids.
As last year, Yoga Buzz teachers will lead a free session before the concerts
in Ivory Perry Park at 800 N. Belt Avenue. To volunteer on concert days
(set-up from 2:00-4:00 p.m.; operations from 5:00-8:00 p.m.) speak with Mary
Diboll or add your name to one of the sign-up sheets you will find throughout
“It is a beautiful thing to be on fire for justice…”
- Cornel West
Peace and Grace,
Pastor - Westminster Presbyterian Church
"...a glimpse of God's love on the Delmar Divide..."
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come and visit in person...
- Summer Schedule
- 10:00 am Worship Starting Sunday, June 11.