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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Palm Sunday, March 25 –
Easter Sunday, April 1


Palm/Passion Sunday – March 25
Worship – 9:00 a.m. (Sanctuary)
and 11:15 a.m. (Rodney Chapel)
Rejoice with a procession of palms as we begin the journey of Holy Week.

Maundy Thursday – March 29
Worship – 7:00 p.m. (Sanctuary)
Westminster Choir and soloists present Tenebrae: The Service of Shadows, by English composer Richard Shephard. Based on a 12th-century evening service, the work is an extended meditation on the stories of sacrifice in the Old Testament and on the Passion of Christ. The stories will be presented by our biblical storytellers, Westminster by Heart, and the music will be accompanied by organ and the somber tones of lower brass instruments (trombones and French horn). Nursery care provided from 6:45 – 8:30 p.m. for infants and toddlers.

Good Friday – March 30
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Reflect on the crucifixion through silent prayer and meditation in the Sanctuary or walk the Labyrinth in the Meeting Room (adjacent to Rodney Chapel).

Easter Sunday – April 1
8:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Easter Breakfast in Community Hall

9:00 and 11:00 a.m.
Christ is risen! Join us for festive worship services in the Sanctuary celebrating Christ’s triumphant resurrection, with an inspirational sermon by Dr. Jones, and joyous music led by the Westminster Choir, brass, timpani, and organ.

10:15 a.m.
Easter Egg Hunt (parents and children through 2nd grade meet in Grace Hall)

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Follow Our Guatemala Blog
With Live Updates!


Two Westminster members are in Guatemala for a week (March 14-21) traveling with Emerson Morales of CEDEPCA. They are spending most of their time with leaders and members of the Association of Mam Christian Women for development – celebrating mutual successes and planning for future work together. Other itinerary items include delivering yarn to CEDEPCA, placing orders for VIP Latrines, signing a new three-year Covenant, establishing prayer partnerships, and making arrangements for upcoming travel opportunities for our youth and adults alike! Daily updates are being posted on our Guatemala Blog at wpcguatemala.wordpress.com. Be sure to follow along!

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Gun Violence:
A Sunday Series


Wilmington Gun Violence:
A Sunday Series

Sundays, March 18 and 25, and April 15
10:10 a.m.

  • March 18 - Mayor Mike Purzycki will discuss the city's efforts and plans to address Wilmington's gun violence.
  • March 25 - Yasser Payne and Darryl Chambers from the University of Delaware will share updates from their new study that examines the relationship between opportunity, health and violence in the Northside and Westside neighborhoods.
  • April 15 - Rob Prestowitz from UrbanPromise will share how pursuing mutually transformative relationships, in a structured program, empowers youth to achieve sustained positive outcomes, despite the surrounding violence.

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Souper Bowl of Caring: A New Record High!


What an amazing Super Bowl Sunday and Souper Bowl of Caring! We collected $1,017.25, which is the first time we broke the $1,000 mark. Many, many thanks to all who gave so generously and so joyfully. Our Souper Bowl of Caring collection is always divided between St. Stephens Food Closet and the Hanover Food Pantry, and this year's collection provides gracious donations to help fund their ministries with families in need.

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