At Westminster, we seek opportunities to nurture our love for and understanding of God and to evolve as thoughtful, compassionate, and integrated people. Learn more about the many weekly classes, discussions, and opportunities for fellowship.
This year-long class provides a structured opportunity for participants to read the Bible cover to cover by December 31. Each class is led by daily readings of 15 to 20 minutes and features presentations, discussion, and background information that bring the Bible alive and connect different stories. Hearing, reading, and wrestling with scripture helps us nurture the sensitivities, attitudes, and abilities we need to live and work together as a community of faith. Whether you were raised in the church or have never read the Bible, we welcome your voice in these discussions.
For more information, contact Rev. Dr. Skip Ferguson at email@example.com.
This series hosts discussions with community leaders, experts, and members on local, national, and global issues. The offerings are always lively, engaging, and intelligent. Participants are invited to discuss and respectfully disagree. Through conversation, we can examine how our life-long adventure in faith informs our response to the cultural and political concerns affecting our world.
For more information, contact Laurel Braun at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spiritual Life creates opportunities for Westminster members and friends to explore and reflect together upon the interior life of faith. Discoveries and questions come from topics such as deep listening, gratitude, attentiveness, compassion, sacred spaces, grieving, and joy. Poetry and art are frequently woven into a presentation. We are always interactive and supportive, looking for ways to apply important spiritual concepts to our daily lives. As a Christian congregation, we are also open to learning about other faith traditions and practices that nurture, sustain, and challenge the “inward journey.”
For more information, contact Jane Morris at email@example.com.
Passages is designed to meet the needs of people in the later part of their lives. The group meets for a brown bag lunch at 12:30 PM in the Oak Room, followed by a 1:15 PM program. These programs focus on the physical, spiritual, and intellectual interests of older adults.
For more information, contact Rev. Katelyn Nutter-Dowling at firstname.lastname@example.org or 716.884.9437 ext. 329.