Westminster Presbyterian Church, Fayetteville, NC

Westminster Presbyterian Church, Fayetteville, NC


The link for donating to CROP Hunger Walk for Westminster. If you are not able to come tomorrow to bring your donation or did not receive a donor envelope, please use this link.
***CORRECTION***Gumbo pick up is 5pm-6pm on Saturday 2/29 or pick up after church on Sunday 3/1. Thanks!
Just a reminder NO WEB tonight. See everyone next Sunday!!
Senior High Retreat 2019 @ Camp Kirkwood. "Slow & Steady Wins the Race" - special thanks David Myers, Luann Carbone Myers, Tyson Shelton, and Bev Terzian for making this trip possible for WPC's youth!
Youth in 6th grade or older: Confirmation Class begins with THIS retreat February 1-3. Information was either handed to your youth on Sunday or check your email for details.
In the busy-ness of the pre-Christmas week, you may not have heard of the passing of Mollie Boles' father, Ted Brickhouse, of Chesapeake, VA on December 14. The church's deepest sympathies are extended to Mollie, Joey, and their family.
Praying for all those that will be affected by Hurricane Florence in the coming days. http://www.k9forchrist.org Our therapy dogs will be on standby to minister in the aftermath.
Food for thought..... YOU TOOK MY PARKING SPACE AT CHURCH This should wake us up. One day, a man went to visit a church, He got there early, parked his car and got out. Another car pulled up near the driver got out and said, " I always park there! You took my place!" The visitor went inside for Sunday School, found an empty seat and sat down. A young lady from the church approached him and stated, "That's my seat! You took my place!" The visitor was somewhat distressed by this rude welcome, but said nothing. After Sunday School, the visitor went into the sanctuary and sat down. Another member walked up to him and said, " That's where I always sit! You took my place!" The visitor was even more troubled by this treatment, but still he said nothing. Later as the congregation was praying for Christ to dwell among them, the visitor stood up, and his appearance began to change. Horrible scars became visible on his hands and on his sandaled feet. Someone from the congregation noticed him and called out, "What happened to you?" The visitor replied, as his hat became a crown of thorns, and a tear fell from his eye, "I took your place." When you read this, say a prayer, maybe just maybe, we can get the world to start thinking of who took our place..
Wonderful day today, enjoying Water day at VBS with our grandchildren. Thanks to all who made it a success!

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.

Stations of the Cross- Wednesday am- the Cross is Laid on Simon of Cyrene

Stations of the Cross- Jesus Falls for the First Time- Tuesday am devotion

Join us for MAUNDY THURSDAY COMMUNION- this Thursday at 7:00 p.m. LIVE from the communion table in the Westminster building. You'll need your own "cup" and bread. The "cup" can be whatever you have on hand- juice, wine, water, etc. The important thing is that it will symbolize the blood of Christ. We'll share this together, virtually, which will be a "first" for all of us. We look forward to sharing this meaningful moment together.

[04/05/20]   WPC
Palm Sunday Worship
Facebook Live
at 10 am!


David & Linda Hosanna, Loud Hosanna

Linda and David Good have contributed “Hosanna, Loud Hosanna” for our worship tomorrow. Enjoy, and be blessed!

Rachel Carson Hahn snapped this photo of wild Easter Lilies on the Cape Fear River Bank today. How about that? God’s creation praises Him.

Mary Beth has shared “For the Beauty of the Earth”. Wonderful job! God is praised.

Mary Beth sends her love! This is “For the Beauty of the Earth”.

Amen, brothers and sisters.

Joey Powell, son of Joe and Cindy, was on WRAL TV this afternoon, representing the Me Fine Foundation.

[04/02/20]   Because of the Pandemic, worship will be via
Sundays at 10 a.m.
Please join us!

[04/02/20]   Palm Sunday worship will be at 10 a.m. this Sunday, April 5
via Facebook Live!

3/29/2020. Sunday morning worship

Ready for the 10 am live stream

[03/28/20]   For the duration of the pandemic, the church's mailing address is WPC, P.O. Box 87331, Fay NC, 28304
Please write it down!

#Truth Thanks Barb Prillaman

[03/25/20]   Allison Westbrook and team could use some N95 masks at Cape Fear Valley.
Please let us know if you have any!

A prayer for today- “Speak to My Heart”


Deaconess Hospital: How to make a mask for doctors, nurses and health care workers for COVID-19

Can you sew? Are you able to make some fabric face masks for health care professionals to use during the pandemic? Here's how to do it (below) Debbie and I are going to set up two sewing machines and see what we can do (I've never sewn, but I think I can learn. If nothing else, I can cut out fabric.)

Deaconess Hospital provides instructions on how to make a mask for doctors, nurses and other health care workers during COVID-19 coronavirus. Visit Deaconess...

3/22/2020 Drive in worship

Rolling in...

Setting up fo drive- in worship.

If you’re coming to drive-in worship in the morning, set your car radio to 94.5 to hear Pastor Rick- and Doyle Wood, who will be singing. We will have some Christian music playing right up til 9:30 start time, so you will know you’re on the WPC “station”.

Alton Brown

Please watch this, Saints. And please do it.

Here's my take on the World Health Organization (WHO) #SafeHands challenge. It's pretty much everything I have to say about hand washing... without the final shot that made so many YouTubers squirm.

[03/18/20]   All non-essential church meetings are cancelled until further notice. #stayhealthy

[03/17/20]   The Springfest Drop Off for Saturday, March 21 is cancelled. If you have items that you need to drop off, there will be a truck here at the church tomorrow Wednesday, March 18 from 8am-11am.

3/15/2020 Sunday morning worship

[03/14/20]   WORSHIP ONLY tomorrow at 11. If you’re 65+ or sick, PLEASE don’t come. We will live stream.

3/8/2020 Sunday morning worship

Finally made it Presbytery. Pollocksville NC. That’s a hike!

Middle Schoolers took the trophy for Bible Trivia tonight! Great work y’all! Thanks to Barbara Carter for moderating the game.

O Happy Day. 3/1/2020

3-1-2020. Sunday morning worship

This Sunday, March 1 from 5:30pm-7:30pm will be our Bible Competition & Potluck Meal!! Families are invited. Please bring a dish to share and be ready to compete :)

[02/27/20]   For those that pre-ordered gumbo:

Pick up is this Saturday, February 29 @ 6pm or Sunday, March 1 after church.

Thank you for all you do :)

[02/26/20]   It's Ash Wednesday!
Imposition of ashes today from 5-5:45, in the WPC sanctuary.
Drop-ins welcome!

There will be a Springfest Drop-off this Saturday, February 22 from 9am- 11:30am.

What's for supper? How about some delicious, authentic, homemade Cajun Gumbo?! A Gumbo Fundraiser will be held Saturday, February 29 and Sunday, March 1 at Westminster.
The cooking will be done by our own Dusty Hebert, a real-live Cajun from Louisiana, using his family recipe. (Shrimp is optional.) Your gumbo must be pre-ordered, please have orders AND payment in by Saturday February 22. (The cost is $16 per quart.)
All proceeds will benefit the Fellowship, Recreation and Youth, and Christian Education Committees. Tell your friends and neighbors!!

Camp Kirkwood
6th-8th graders
Saturday March 21-Sunday March 22
Only $30! Please sign up & pay by 2/23/2020

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2505 Village Dr
Fayetteville, NC

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 15:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 15:00
Thursday 09:00 - 15:00
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