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Concert: Oboe, Organ, and Piano
Friday, October 20, 8:00 p.m.

 

Join us for a truly memorable musical evening as our own resident staff musicians join forces to present the opening concert of the season at Westminster on Friday, October 20, at 8:00 p.m. The fare for the evening will include music of J. S. Bach, Francis Poulenc, Joseph Jongen, and lots more. Merideth Hite Estevez will be heard on both oboe and English horn, and Paul Fleckenstein will be at the organ and the piano. (No, not at the same time.) Rumor has it this program will be a winner!

Free admission; offering received.

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WPC Achieves Recertification
as a "Green Church"
for Seven Years in a Row

 

Westminster recently was recertified as an "Earth Care Congregation" for the seventh year in a row. This means we have exhibited exceptional leadership in protecting God's creation and being good stewards of the earth's resources through our worship, education, facilities management, outreach and advocacy. Only 2% of the Presbyterian churches in this country have earned this honored distinction. Click here to read about some of our accomplishments in 2016.

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Missed the Service Celebrating Dr. Jones' 40th Anniversary of Ordination?

 

If you missed the September 10 worship service, you can catch the reflections by the interfaith guests and Dr. Jones' sermon on YouTube.

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My First International Mission Experience
by Susan Moseley

 

After two and a half hours of climbing, we arrived at the top of Volcano Chicabal in the eastern highlands of Guatemala. At 8,000 feet, I was totally out of breath, yet filled with awe and wonder. Then, I caught sight of the 700-step staircase down to the sacred lagoon. I felt overwhelmed physically, yet, at the same time, spiritually nourished, in a mystical sort of way.

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