Worship at Westminster
Worship Update Feb. 12, 19 & 22
Westminster will be worshiping with First Presbyterian Church on Feb. 12 (at FPC) and Feb. 19 (at WPC) at 10 a.m. This is part of our renewed effort to share resources. On Ash Wednesday, Feb. 22, we will have a joint service at 6:30 p.m. in our Sanctuary.
Westminster holds one Sunday service at 10 a.m. in the Sanctuary. The service combines both Praise Band Music with more traditional music and a Chancel Choir. In other words, we have an enjoyable mix of styles and something for everyone, all in the beautiful Sanctuary setting with its stunning Road to Emmaus stained glass window .
A.J. Plummer is seen here with Ben Fashimpaur - rehearsing a song for the Praise Band. Brad Lock joins in on percussion. They bring a contemporary feel to worship.
Westminster's Chancel Choir brings a mix of styles to their offertory anthems under the direction of A.J. Plummer. From time to time, the Choir and the Praise Band perform together.
Debra and David Liljedahl perform a duet of "Stars and Stripes Forever" during 4th of July weekend worship.
Everyone is welcome and you'll find a wide variety of people come to Westminster to worship. We have a children's or youth message for the youngest attendees and coffee and treats after the service so people have a chance to get to know each other.
That "getting to know each other" is part of the reason Westminster has moved to one service. After the isolation of the pandemic and the stress of the derecho, leaders felt there was a strong need to be together in one service.
We hope you'll consider joining us in our new worship adventure. Blessings!