Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Location: Spellman Hall9-11:30am January 20 in Spellman HallHelp pack lunches and decorate lunch bags for Safe Harbor and WCU Resource Pantry. We will also enjoy other fun activities in recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life of ministry and service to others. Sign up here. Childcare provided for children under 5. $10 donations appreciated to cover the cost of the lunches. Questions? Contact Sue Spotts.
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to get your photo mess organized? We can help! Whether it’s piles and boxes of printed photos, or a digital mess, come join us at Scrapbooking Night! We can help you get organized and create something memorable with your photos. Question? Contact Sandy Liddick.
Time: 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Location: Ultrazone and Grand Slam USA
We have a couple of awesome events for high school and middle school youth to kickoff 2020 and unwind after a couple hard weeks of studying and taking mid-term exams!
High School Laser Tag: on January 24 youth in grades 9-12 can come for a night of laser tag at Ultrazone Laser Tag which includes pizza dinner. After laser tag we'll stop for frozen yogurt at Menchie's on our way back to the church. Click HERE for registration and more info!
Middle School Night of Awesome: on January 25 youth in grades 6-8 are invited for an awesome night of laser tag, dodgeball, arcade games, and more at Grand Slam USA in Malvern. We'll stop for frozen yogurt at Kiwi Yogurt in Exton on our way home. Click HERE for registration and more info!
Contact Chris Clark if you have any questions about these events
Time: 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Location: Spellman Hall
Inquirer/New Member Class
Membership is often a natural next step for those who have already attended our church and begun to explore our ministries. Joining a church is not like joining a club. There are no dues or secret handshakes. The only requirement is a profession of belief in Jesus Christ. Whether you are proclaiming this belief for the first time or restating your commitment along with a letter of transfer from a former church, we rejoice with you!
Our Inquirer/New Member Class prepares you for this life-changing proclamation. Our goals for the Inquirer/New Member Class are to increase our awareness and understanding of:
- The central beliefs of the Christian faith
- The Presbyterian Church (USA)
- Westminster Presbyterian Church
The class provides opportunities for:
- Making or deepening commitment to Jesus Christ
- Making friends within the class and within the larger Westminster community
- Making commitment to specific connections with Westminster
New members will be welcomed during worship the following Sunday.
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Ryan's Pub in West Chester
Different brews . . . Different views” Pub Theology gathers people of different perspectives and beliefs around the table in a friendly, welcoming setting for honest and respectful conversation. Explore topics like God, faith, religion, life, doubt, etc. Join us for stimulating conversation, with no pressure to come (or leave) with the “right” answers. Bring your questions . . . and be ready to go away with even more questions to think about. Enjoy food and drink with friends, and make some new friends. And it’s free. You just pay for your own food and beverages. Invite a friend or three and join the conversation!
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: The Site
Dr. Renee Cassidy from the County Department of Health will answer questions like: do you have to take the opioids the doctor prescribes you or are there alternatives? What are the new drug laws regarding opioids in PA that you should know? What is the difference between “Take every…” and “Take as needed”? Can you take a sleeping pill or anti-anxiety medications with a prescription opioid? Questions? Contact Terri Pennington.
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Dispose of your out of date or unused prescription & over the counter drugs safely. Accepted products include solid tablets/capsules, prescription patches, medical creams/ointments, vitamins, nasal sprays, and pet medicines. Products not accepted: IV solutions, Injectables, syringes and needles (like Epi-pens), hydrogen peroxide, compressed cylinders or aerosols or inhalers, iodine-containing medications. Questions? Contact Terri Pennington.
Time: 1:45 PM - 4:30 PM
Location:1:45-4:30pm August 25Join us Sunday, August 25 in a beautiful expression of love for one another as we worship in three local nursing homes: Pembrooke, Barclay Friends and Brandwyine Hall. We'll meet at Pembrooke at 1:45pm. All are welcome as we share time together with a reflection, hymns and musical instruments. Questions? Contact Cindy Rietz.
Time: 5:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Location: Pendel Hill, Wallingford, PA
Our women’s retreat is a sacred time where we can slow down, breathe deeply and experience God at work in our lives and all around us. Using the images of garden and wilderness, seed and soil, watering and waiting, plants and trees, we will explore how God cultivates and grows our spirits. We will open to the wonder of God’s creation in and around us in the beautiful setting of Pendle Hill Retreat and Conference Center. Join us fora weekend that will refresh and replenish your soul!
The weekend starts with check-in from 5-6pm on Friday, March 29. Activities begin with dinner on Friday evening from 6-7pm, followed by a Welcome and Session 1. The retreat concludes on Sunday, March 31 around noon, following our time of worship together.
338 Plush Mill Rd, Wallingford, PA • pendlehill.org
Pendle Hill is a Quaker retreat center that has sought to manifest God’s love for everyone over the past 80 years. Located on 25 ecologically diverse acres, they’re home to over 140 species of trees and shrubs and have an outdoor walking labyrinth. They work to support a way of life that is environmentally, socially, and fiscally sustainable; and to be inclusive, respectful, and supportive of all people. Preparing meals is a ministry of love and concern, supporting local farmers and enjoying veggies from their own garden.
Registration due by February 13, 2020
Fee includes lodging on Friday & Saturday nights and five meals. We appreciate full payment at the time of registration, or you may pay with installments as listed below. Partial scholarships of $50 are available upon request. Please contact Jennie Clark for more info. Please note: bathrooms are not private in each room. There are sinks in the rooms and shared bathrooms in the hallway.
- Single Room ($285/person)
- Double Room: Two Beds ($245/person)
- Commuter: Lodging at Home ($105/person)
- Day: Attending Saturday, March 28 ($80/person)
Click here to register or register below.
Time: 4:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Location: Sandy Cove Retreat Center
Set aside time to gather away from home to examine more deeply your relationship with God and neighbor. Under the guidance and teaching of Dr. Loyd Allen, we will explore several paths of Christian spirituality that can lead to a deeper spiritual life: Christian Spirituality, Prayer, Reading & Engaging Scripture, Spiritual Friendship In Community, and Worship. We will spend time together in worship, prayer, learning sessions, small group discussions, and fellowship, as well as personal time for silence, reflection, and rest and renewal.
The weekend starts with check-in from 4-6pm on Friday, April 24 at Sandy Cove Retreat Center. Activities begin with dinner on Friday from 5:30-6:45pm, followed by a Welcome and Session 1. The retreat concludes around noon on Sunday, April 26, following our time of worship.