CoEd Bible Studies & Fellowship Groups

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Contemplative Intergenerational Small Group

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Young Adult Group

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Tuesday Fellowship Group

Contemplative Intergenerational Small Group - 4:30-6:00pm Wednesdays over Zoom

This co-ed intergenerational group meets weekly. They weave different spiritual practices throughout their time together including: times of silence, lectio divina, reflection, readings, study and discussion. This group will choose their study at their first meeting on Sept. 16. Sue Spotts and Diane DeSieno facilitate. New members are always welcome!

Young Adult Group - 7:15pm Fourth Thursday of the Month, Currently via Zoom

This co-ed fellowship and discussion group is for young adults. They are currently meeting monthly on Zoom for a stand-alone discussion on faith led by Jon Frost and other digital opportunities throughout the year. New members are always welcome! Contact Jon Frost for Zoom information. 

Tuesday Fellowship Group - 9:45-11am Tuesdays via Zoom

This is a weekly group for men and women on Tuesday mornings from September 8 through June. Each week is a different speaker from within our outside the church covering a variety of topics such as history, science, medicine, sports, religion, hobbies, politics, etc. Click here to see their weekly speakers. Weekly gatherings begin with fellowship and a prayer. New participants are always welcome! Click here to register. 

Men's Bible Studies & Fellowship Groups

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A Gathering of Men

A Gathering of Men - 7-8:30pm Wednesdays via Zoom

This is a community of spiritual formation for men, to enable them to grow in their relationship with God and their neighbors. Through study and discussion of Scriptures, prayer, fellowship, and service, men are invited to explore their spirituality and faith journey in Jesus Christ, and to identify challenges to and opportunities for growth. A key component of each gathering is the voluntary sharing of personal stories and perspectives on the Scripture passages and resources under discussion. The format welcomes men to participate as their schedule allows. Contact Gerry McShane for Zoom information.

Women's Bible Studies and Fellowship Groups

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Wednesday Evening Bible Study

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Tuesday Morning Women’s Study Group

Wednesday Evening Bible Study - 7-8:30pm Wednesdays in Room 406

This women’s group meets on Wednesdays from September – June for fellowship, Bible study and spiritual growth. They use various studies throughout the year to spark and guide their discussion leading them into deeper insights and experiences of faith in community. This fall they will study Embracing an Alternative Orthodoxy by Richard Rohr.

Tuesday Morning Women’s Study Group - 9:30-11am 1st & 3rd Tuesday Starting Sept. 15 via Zoom

This women’s group chooses Biblical/Topical studies and rotates the role of discussion facilitator among the group members. This fall they will study “God is Closer Than you Think” by John Ortberg. This study explores our desire to draw closer to God even when He seems absent from our lives. After viewing the DVD as a group, the leader (using a Leader Guide) facilitates follow up discussion. Women purchase their own Participant’s Book and read appropriate chapters for each session. New members are welcome. Contact Carol Edwards for Zoom information.

Westminster Presbyterian Women (WPW)

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WPW Monday Morning Circle

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WPW Tuesday Morning Circle

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WPW Wednesday Morning Circle

WPW Monday Morning Circle - 2nd Monday at 9:30am via Zoom

WPW is part of a church wide organization whose membership is open to all.  Being a member at Westminster is not a prerequisite. Small circle groups for women meet monthly for Bible study and fellowship. They are listed on the following page. This year’s study is ‘Into the Light: Finding Hope Through Prayers of Lament’.  In this nine-lesson study, lament is revived as a proper theological response to the difficult situations of our world. One of the foundational points of the study is that, in scripture, lament usually leads to hope. Hope not just an emotional response or an attitude of pie in the sky. Hope implies movement: both God’s inherent movement toward justice and our movement toward God. Recovering lament may be one of the church’s most timely gifts to the world. Contact Sandy for Zoom information. 

WPW Tuesday Morning Circle - 2nd Tuesday at 10am in the Brinton Craft/Art Room at Maris Grove

WPW is part of a church wide organization whose membership is open to all.  Being a member at Westminster is not a prerequisite. Small circle groups for women meet monthly for Bible study and fellowship. They are listed on the following page. This year’s study is ‘Into the Light: Finding Hope Through Prayers of Lament’.  In this nine-lesson study, lament is revived as a proper theological response to the difficult situations of our world. One of the foundational points of the study is that, in scripture, lament usually leads to hope. Hope not just an emotional response or an attitude of pie in the sky. Hope implies movement: both God’s inherent movement toward justice and our movement toward God. Recovering lament may be one of the church’s most timely gifts to the world. Contact Connie for more information.

WPW Wednesday Morning Circle - 2nd Wednesday at 9:30am via Zoom

WPW is part of a church wide organization whose membership is open to all.  Being a member at Westminster is not a prerequisite. Small circle groups for women meet monthly for Bible study and fellowship. They are listed on the following page. This year’s study is ‘Into the Light: Finding Hope Through Prayers of Lament’.  In this nine-lesson study, lament is revived as a proper theological response to the difficult situations of our world. One of the foundational points of the study is that, in scripture, lament usually leads to hope. Hope not just an emotional response or an attitude of pie in the sky. Hope implies movement: both God’s inherent movement toward justice and our movement toward God. Recovering lament may be one of the church’s most timely gifts to the world. Contact Rhoda for Zoom information

Special Interest Groups

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Westminster Knitters

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Scrapbooking Group

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Yoga for Every Body

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Book Discussion Group

Westminster Knitters - 1:30-3:30pm 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the Month outside as weather permits or by Zoom

Starting September 15, this ministry group will meet twice a month to knit prayer shawls for those in need, hats for the homeless, sweaters for children in the Hispanic Health Ministry, or other items for family and friends outside as weather permits or by Zoom. New members are always welcome! Contact Jane Roberts or Sally Smith for more information.

Scrapbooking Group - 6-9pm 2nd Tuesday of the Month

Once COVID Restrictions are lifted, they will meet. 

This co-ed ministry team gathers once a month for Christian fellowship while working on memory books. Bring your own supplies to join this group. New members are always welcomed!

Yoga for Every Body - 4:30-5:30pm Wednesdays starting Sept 25 in the Preschool Multipurpose Area

This is an all-level yoga class. No yoga experience necessary. All levels welcome. Nancy Murphy will lead participants in a practice of gentle yoga poses, stretching, meditation and breathing exercises. Your body will appreciate it. Contact Nancy for Zoom information.

Book Discussion Group - 10am 1st Monday of the Month via Zoom or under the WPC Portico (weather permitting)

This group meets once a month to read and discuss a different book. Members of the group choose the books, which include all forms of literature from fiction to non fiction. This fall’s book schedule is below. New members are always welcome. They will meet outside as weather permits or via Zoom. Contact Ivy for more information.

September 14:  The Tatooist of Auschwitz

October 5:  Killer of the Flower Moon

November 2:  The Woman Who Smashed Codes

December 7:  Harry Truman’s Excellent Adventure

January 4:  Plain Language

February 1:  The Splendid and the Vile

March 1:  Hidden Figures

April 12:  Madame Fourcade’s Secret War

May 3:  Rocketmen

June 7:  Last Hope Island