What to expect on Sunday


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 9:00am in the Social Hall and 11:00am in the Sanctuary.

You will hear dynamic sermons and beautiful music. Young people are welcome to our Sunday child care and Sunday School. Adults are welcome to take part in Christian Education. Everyone is invited to stay for coffee and refreshments immediately following the services. We hope that you will learn more about us and read our mission statement.

Large print bulletins are available from the ushers and assistive listening devices are available in the church office.

Located at 13th and N Streets, Westminster is a downtown ministry that is blessed with its own parking lot. The spaces fill up quickly, so we also recommend the street parking on N Street, 13th Street, O Street, and 14th Street.


Westminster Ringers

Westminster Ringers hand-bell choir rehearses on Thursday evenings from 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. in the Patio Room.

Westminster Ringers provides beautiful music for the Sunday worship services. Our instruments include a five-octave set of Whitechapel hand-bells, and a three-octave set of hand chimes.  Hand-bell ringing is has grown in popularity worldwide.

Information about Whitechapel handbells can be found at the Whitechapel Foundry website. General information about handbells can be found at the Handbell Musicians of America website.



Moller Grand Pipe Organ

Speaking within one of the finest acoustics in all of Sacramento, the grand sanctuary pipe organ contributes a wide range of spiritual moods to the traditional worship services, to weddings, and to memorials: from etherial and meditative, to grand and majestic.  The Moller also serves as a concert instrument for Music At Noon and special community events.  The current home of Westminster (completed in 1927 and located at 13th & N Streets across from Capitol Park) was originally equipped with a 28-rank Reuter pipe organ.  In 1979 a new console