9:00am Contemporary; 11 am Traditional

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9 a.m.Contemporary and 11 a.m. Traditional

Sunday services at Westminster are a welcome celebration of our faith. They include scripture readings, music, a sermon and fellowship.

The 9 a.m. service is held in our upstairs Social Hall and has a more contemporary approach, featuring the music of Westminster’s Praise Band. The 11 a.m. service is more traditional. It is held in the historic Sanctuary and features the music of the Chancel Choir and organ accompaniment.

Each service lasts about 45 minutes, followed by a coffee/social hour.  

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What to expect on Sunday morning

Westminster’s congregation is always delighted to have members, friends and guests with us on Sunday morning. We hope that the time you spend with us will be the highlight of your week.

Our worship services take place at 9 a.m. in the Social Hall (contemporary) and 11 a.m. in the Sanctuary. (Traditional with Chancel Choir) People of all ages are always welcome at Westminster, with young and old coming together to create a faith-filled community,

During service you will hear dynamic sermons and beautiful music. The first Sunday of every month includes communion, which everyone is invited to partake in. Young people are welcome in our child care and Sunday school. Adults are also welcome to take part in Christian Education, which is held in between the services at 10 a.m. in the upstairs Club Room. (Childcare and a youth worship arts class is also available during this time.) Everyone is invited to stay for coffee and refreshments immediately following the services.

Large print bulletins are available from the ushers, assistive listening devices are available in the church office and we are fully handicapped accessible.

Westminster is a downtown ministry that is blessed with its own parking lot, in the back of the church on 13th and O streets. Guests can enter through the building’s back door, or walk around the corner to the front of the Sanctuary. Either way is fine – just come on in.

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