The 11:00am worship service features a full choir and organ and takes place downstairs in the main sanctuary.
To our parents: Children are always welcome in worship! Infants and toddlers are lovingly cared for in the Nursery Room throughout the worship service, should you wish to take advantage of this care. Worship Kits are available for young children. Following the children’s story, preschool and kindergarten children are escorted to the preschool room by their teachers and/or parents.
Winter Sanctuary is Sunday, February 1 Note: February’s Winter Sanctuary is one (1) week earlier than our usual Sundays. Please buy or bake a pie or cake, or alternatively buy a bag of whole fruits, and drop them off in the kitchen on your way to worship. Your dessert donations are much appreciated and served at the evening meal to approximately 100 homeless adults. If you are working a shift, please be in touch with your team leader and arrive on time for your shift.
February 1, 2015 - 3:00pm - February 2, 2015 - 7:00am
Winter Sanctuary is Sunday, February 1st. NOTE: this is the first Sunday – as opposed the second when we usually host Winter Sanctuary. Please buy or bake a pie or cake, or alternatively buy a bag of whole fruits, and drop them off in the kitchen on your way to worship. Your dessert donations are much appreciated and served at the evening meal to approximately 100 homeless adults. If you are working a shift, please be in touch with your team leader and arrive on time for your shift. Thank you so much for your support!
Enjoy a choice of two soups and then relax with lemonade and popcorn while seeing the time honored move, “The Young Victoria.” Cost is $5. Please make a reservation by calling the church office at 442-8939 by February 2 or click here to send an email. Childcare provided., please bring a sack lunch for your child.
The Peace and Justice forum welcomes Westminster member Jim Thweatt as the featured speaker on Sunday, February 8th, at 12:30 p.m. in the Club room. Jim’s presentation called ” H.A.R.T.” (Haiti Amputee Rehabilitation Team) describes his most recent visit to Port-au-Prince, Haiti where he provided new and replacement prosthesis to some of the 10,000 amputees on the island. Many islanders lost one or both limbs due to injuries, disease and poor medical care following the devastating earthquake of 2102. All are invited to attend and hear more about Jim’s important ministry.
All in the Family is hosting their annual White Elephant Gift Exchange is Saturday, February 21 from 5:30 – 8:30pm in Westminster’s Club Room. Join us for dinner, fun and laughter with the whole family. Bring one wrapped “White Elephant” gift, trash or treasure, per person. Older children will hold their own white elephant exchange. Dinner and Childcare are provided. $20 per family / $5 per person. For questions call Allyson at 737-0599. Please R.S.V.P.
If you followed the media coverage last month you saw of a pastor living on the streets to experience homelessness, trying to raise funds for Sacramento Steps Forward. This is our partner organization that coordinates houses of worship to feed and shelter 100 homeless adults, one night at a time.
We are all set to do our part as one of the houses in Winter Sanctuary on four Sundays: