We look forward to seeing you on Christmas Eve!Making friends and sharing laughs at WestminsterSupporting peace among people of different religionsServing a hearty meal at Emmanuel Dining RoomIntegrating visual art into our Living Mosaics serviceGreg & Camilla Jones with kids of the Peace Drums Steel Band

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The Rev. Sudie Niesen Thompson

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The Rev. Sudie Niesen Thompson
01/07/2018

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Helping Hands Glove Collection
Sunday, January 21

 

Thank you for your generosity in years one and two of our Helping Hands project. In this third year, we will collect new, no-frills gloves for men, women and children that will be distributed throughout the Friendship House ministries during the cold winter months. Clotheslines will be up in Community Hall on January 21 so that you can hang your donations of new gloves/mittens! We will have a small clothes rack for children to hang their donations. This is a simple, meaningful way for each of us to provide a "helping hand" to those in need. Thank you!

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Annual Meeting and Chili Luncheon
Sunday, January 28, 10:10 a.m.

 

The annual congregational meeting of Westminster Presbyterian Church will be held on Sunday, January 28, 2018, at 10:10 a.m. in Community Hall. This year's Annual Meeting will include something special – the celebration of Paul Fleckenstein's 25th anniversary as Westminster's Organist / Director of Music. Please take a moment to express your gratitude to Paul for his long and faithful service to our church family.

Following the annual meeting, please join us for our Annual Chili Luncheon. Taste the culinary creations of our deacons, who will provide a variety of chili, salads, cornbread, and cookies for your enjoyment. Let’s share food and fellowship with flavor!

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Our Video!

 

As you reflect on your 2018 pledge to Westminster, know that your gifts are used wisely in so many ways that demonstrate the love of God in our world. Inspiring worship and music, challenging and meaningful Christian education for all ages, life-changing mission outreach, pastoral care in times of need and friendships that may last a lifetime... How blessed we are by this community of faith! Watch our video, and give prayerful consideration to your response to God's love for us. Your generosity will have such profound impact. Thank you!

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The Importance of
Mental Health
January 21
10:10 a.m.

 

With Josh Thomas, Executive Director for NAMI Delaware (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

One in five Americans live with mental illness. We are all impacted by mental illness, because we likely are either living with mental illness or care about someone who does. This two-part series will explore mental illness and the reasons we usually don't talk about it.

Part 1 (held on January 14) – Mental Health and Mental Illness, Causes of Illness, Treatment and Destructive Power of Stigma.

Part 2 (January 21) – Living with Mental Illness: Wellness, Culture, Experiences, Stress, Blame, Shame and Risks.

Please join us for Part 2, even if you missed Part 1!

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