CHURCH LIFE

Together we grow in faith and community.

Building and maintaining connections with our Christian family is central to life at Westminster. We provide myriad opportunities for fellowship in fun and informal settings.

Foyer Groups

Our Foyer Groups bring Westminster members and friends together to enjoy one another’s company, strengthen the bonds of our community, and meet new members. There is no agenda or formal plan, just casual fellowship. Westminster has a variety of interest-specific Foyer Groups, including groups for book lovers, vegetarians, young parents, movie buffs, and more. To learn more or join a group, contact Sawrie Becker at sbecker@wpcbuffalo.org.

Meetups

Westminster Meet-Ups are another great way to connect with others in our church community who share common interests. In the past, members have hiked Reinstein Woods, toured the Curtiss Hotel, and visited the Buffalo Maritime Museum.

To stay up to date on the latest goings-on in Westminster church life, read our newsletters​ or check out our calendar of events.

WOW (Women of Westminster)

Watch the bulletin or newsletter for event times and locations!

WOW offers a variety of programs and events for the fellowship of women, including book discussions, monthly Bible study, and a winter weekend retreat. WOW also plans special events, including Downton Abbey tea, a 1950s Sock Hop, and a Hat Dinner. All programs and events are designed to provide a haven for women of all ages to come together over common interests and passions.

For more information, contact Fran Holmes at mfranholmes@verizon.net.

 

WOW WOMEN'S RETREAT 2020

Click here​ to learn more. Tickets may be purchased online or with a check.

 

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