About Us


Westminster’s Mission

Westminster is a welcoming, inclusive community of faith, following Christ’s example by supporting spiritual growth, serving others, and promoting peace and justice.


Westminster is a Member of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Presbyterians trace their history to the 16th century and the Protestant Reformation. Our heritage and much of what we believe began with the French lawyer John Calvin (1509-1564), whose writings crystallized much of the Reformed thinking that came before him.


Deliberately Diverse, Fully Inclusive

Westminster is deliberately diverse and fully inclusive. At Westminster, membership and leadership opportunities are open to all people solely on the basis of an affirmation of faith in Jesus Christ, without regard to race, nationality, age, gender, sexual orientation, level of education or income, or any enabling or disabling conditions.


Westminster Safe Church Policy
Adopted by Westminster's Session on May 22, 2018

Why this policy?
The purpose of this policy is to create a safe environment, free of abuse of any kind, in which our youth, along with adults, may learn about and worship God.


Westminster dog policy

Westminster seeks to be a welcoming place for all people and creatures. The recently-adopted animal policy aims to take into consideration the needs of not only animal lovers, but also people who are allergic to or fearful of dogs. All dogs are required to be on a leash (or in the lap of the owner) at all times and must be under the control of the owner.

The policy is as follows:

Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) and Service Dogs:


Gluten Free Communion:
Gluten free / dairy free bread for communion

Communion is an important sacrament for all Christians. Westminster Presbyterian Church serves only gluten free / dairy free bread for its communion services. Communion is served on the first Sunday of each month.

Bread or wafers that are served at Communion are typically made with wheat, a grain that contains a protein called gluten. For those with gluten intolerance known as celiacs this poses a problem and means that they must choose between refraining from participating in Communion or consuming a harmful substance.

Press release

A Commitment to Accessibility:
The Accessibility Task Force

Built in 1927, Westminster has been upgraded for accessibility with ramps, remote door controls, worship pew access, and other improvements. An elevator is available from the first floor and the Sanctuary to the second floor and the Social Hall and the Club Room.

On Sunday mornings, large print hymnals and large print bulletins are available from the ushers and assistive-listening devices are available from the office.

Westminster’s Access Inclusive Ministry (AIM) committee works to improve access throughout the building and in the community.