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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Calling all middle & high school students! Join us for the annual youth mission trip with Sierra Service Project. Next year, we’ll be returning to Smith River, CA, June 30-July 6. If you are interested, e-mail email@example.com so we can keep you in the loop on registration, fundraisers, and other trip news. Adult chaperones also needed—the more we have, the more youth can go!
Westminster is thrilled to be attending a week long service project July 30- Aug. 5 to Smith River CA. This will be a combined middle and high school youth mission trip. These are always wonderful opportunities to grow as individuals and as a group.
They group will be traveling July 30 through Aug. 5 and will be staying in California, helping communities repair deteriorated infrastructure, painting and restoring gardens. For more information about this trip visit the Sierra Service project website.
The Presbyterian Youth Triennium 2016 took place at Purdue University in July. This is a world-wide Presbyterian Church Event for youth. The three Westminster participants spent their time engaging in activities that will connect them with growing faith, studies, presentations, and mission experiences. They met new people and grew stronger in their faith walk.
If you are in high school and would like more information about future Trienniums, please contact: Diana@westminsac.org for more details.
Westminster’s young people and their adult counselors from Westminster participated in a mission trips to Stockton, CA, and to Chiloquin, OR through Sierra Service Project. SSP arranges for youth groups, from all over the country to volunteer on Native American reservations.The group made home repairs, re-roofed, built wheel chair ramps and porches, painted houses inside and out, and weatherized homes. In the evenings they explored the culture of the community in which they served, studied, and worshiped with throughout the week.
This summer eight of Westminster’s Youth served in Nicaragua with Sierra Service Project and Seeds of Learning. Our youth had hands on experience with the local Nicaraguan communities. Seeds of Learning has a year-round presence in two rural regions near the capital of Managua. Volunteer teams work alongside community members on school improvements and construction projects.