Loving Christ, serving Christ's people One of the marks of the true church is its Worship. We, at Westminster, seek to worship God in ways that are meaningful to the members and visitors of the congregation.
Our Sunday morning service is a blend of traditional and contemporary elements. The music is traditional as the congregation sings Amazing Grace and contemporary when we share in the joy of voices praising God in the lively Shine, Jesus Shine. Following a Message for Children, our younger members leave for a Children's Church program where they enjoy crafts, music, and Bible study. The sharing of prayer concerns is also a vital part of our worship experience as we celebrate the connected nature of the body of Christ. Communion is celebrated eight to ten times a year, with special observances on Maundy Thursday (the Thursday before Easter) and Christmas Eve. Ours is a congregation that laughs together, cries together, prays together, listens together and worships together as a witness to our faithfulness to Jesus Christ.
Mission: The mission of Westminster Presbyterian Church is to be a joyful community of faith in which persons are nurtured, challenged, and comforted, and through which Christ takes form in this community and the world at large.
Operating as usual
The folks from Operation Inasmuch came over this week to thank WPC for our support. Bryant Holmes accepted the thanks on behalf of the church.
We concluded our 14th Anniversary celebration with Westminster Presbyterian Church, Fayetteville, NC. Thanking them for their long time dedication and humble hearts and grace towards our family members. Thank you Westminster congregants for your faithfulness!
Our “distanced” congregation yesterday morning. We had a ton of folks participating via Facebook Live too! Thanks to Kristin McCarthy and friends for the wonderful music.
Preparations for Sunday! Posting this so you can see some of the preparations that have been made for your SAFE return on Sunday. PLEASE DON’T SIT ON THE BLUE TAPE, and please stick with your family group or “cluster”. THANKS!!! God bless us one and all!
Good morning, church family- this is the day the Lord has made! Here's the worship video for July 19, 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExU13gyaJLE
Folks, please take 8 minutes to watch this video. Here's our plan for returning to worship- of course, it's subject to tweaking as needed, as time goes on. There's always risk, but it must be weighed against benefit. I believe we may be in for a long haul, and we've got to find a way to live with this new reality. Be blessed!
Pastor Rick McDuffie goes over plans and procedures for our return to face-to-face worship on August 16, 2020
[07/11/20] Please remember Rick and Kelly Melter and their family in the loss of Kelly’s “baby” brother, Brian Reams, of Ashtabula, Ohio. Brian, 49, died this week from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Also, Kelly asks that we remember their friends Neale and Missy Huston, who were badly injured in a separate motorcycle accident, and were “neighbors” while her brother was in ICU. May God surround these hurting families with His love!
"A Sower Came from Ancient Hills" is one of our hymns for tomorrow. Thought you might want to practice between now and then. : ) It's a lovely hymn. Our text is from Matthew 13- The Parable of the Sower.
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Good morning church! I won’t be in the office this morning, due to needing to take care some business. If you need me, please call my cell phone. Thanks! Rick
Carlos is playing this morning!
Jean D'Agnessa shared with me a video of Roy playing piano with his old Big Band in Long Island, NY in the 70s. I knew some of you would enjoy seeing and hearing it! Roy was well-loved here at Westminster.
This Gig (Mid.70's) was Directed by 1st Alto Roy Grover. Inroductions by my Friend and Founder (1969) of the Band Bill Hichborn (Trumpet). Bill enjoyed havin...
Drive In worship 6/21/20
due to heat/humidity
Session has TENTATIVELY approved a return to the sanctuary on August 16, WITH adjustments and precautions.
More info to follow!
CONGRATULATIONS to our own Rachel Asante, who is a Junior Marshal for Terry Sanford this year. Well done, Rachel!
Karen Troutman is BEGINNING her 50th year as our organist today, June 14. Pastor Rick has announced that next year, her 50th anniversary, will be her Golden Jubilee! David Li, who is home from UVA, will offer instrumental praise on his violin today, along with Mary Beth Winter on piano. Great day in store as we do “Parking Lot Praise”! Join us!
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Harry Hosier was founded in 1988.
We are a Bible believing church. Our worship services are, Korean 9am and 11am, English service 11am on Sundays
We are a dynamic church and ministry trying to make a positive difference in the lives of the Fayetteville, NC Community and beyond.
Touching Lives.Mending Relationships.Healing Hearts.Saving Souls, Together
We are the ELCA congregation in the greater Fayetteville, NC area, led by Pastor John Locke.
It is though the Ministry of Jesus Christ that all things are possible. In him I live, move, and have my being. Inspired by John 3:16