Westminster Presbyterian Church seeks a Praise Band
Director to direct all music activity at its 9 a.m. contemporary
worship service each Sunday. Skills include singing and playing
an instrument. Candidate must have a vibrant faith along with
experience singing, playing an instrument (preferably piano) and
directing singers and musicians in worship. This is a part-time
position, up to 10 hours a week. Salary commensurate with
experience. Please send resume to Pastor Wes Nordman at
This Wednesday, Steve McGough will start his 4-week discussion on
Zoom about this Sunday’s scripture readings. All of the
passages are drawn from the Revised Common Lectionary, using the
Gospel of John as the primary Gospel text. In these
passages, Jesus appears to his disciples after the Resurrection
and is revealed as The Word of Life, the Good Shepherd, and The
True Vine. Please join the discussion on Wednesdays!
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the newsletter! If you
missed sending in your article for this month’s newsletter there
is always next month. For the May newsletter the deadline
for submissions Sunday, April 25, 2021 (please send to
Tickets are free! Westminster will have the link to the tickets
on our website and Facebook soon.
Join us for a virtual concert of choral music and speakers as we
focus on water and the interconnectedness of all things: planet
and individual, peace and turmoil, history and now. Mother earth
cannot continue to provide for us as long as we seek ownership.
Instead, we must listen to the wisdom of those who live
in relationship with the earth and all living beings.
Pastor Wes and Ministry Assistant Rola continue to offer
meditations on Facebook live at noon. Wes offers the
meditation on Tuesdays and Rola on Thursdays. The
meditations are uploaded onto our YouTube channel later
in the day and posted to our website. Please
click here to view the Meditations playlist.
A new standing committee for New Ministry Initiatives is being
established that reflects the values of our ongoing commitment.
The purpose of this ministry group is to stimulate fresh and
innovative ministries. These efforts will encourage the creation
of communities through evangelism, social justice, peacemaking,
Christian formation and discipleship, racial-ethnic ministry, and
worship. We hope you will pray for this new venture, for the
harvest is plentiful! If interested, you may email the
chair council Rev.