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Hallelujah, It's Summer!

by Brian Finnegan Ah, the joys of summer. School is out (non-COVID years) and it's time to relax and enjoy life as it should be. Summers are filled with trips to the beach, lake, mountains, etc. We all need time off from our hectic schedules to get some rest and relaxation. Fun times! But alas, the fun and sun is short lived and sooner than desired, the one or two week v...

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June 2021

Even though "Summer" doesn't technically begin until June 20th, it is universally thought to begin as soon as the school year ends. And by that account, summer is in full swing in the Delta! And Westminster is ready to take advantage of the warmer months and lazier days. Here are some exciting events that have been planned for our Youth, Rooted Kids, and Families over ...

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ABCs of the PCA: Church Polity

Up next in our "ABCs of the PCA" blog series is church polity (or church government). This simply is the structure of leadership within the church. While differences can certainly be found throughout individual congregations, most churches are governed according to either episcopal, presbyterian, or congregational church polity. Every church is either independent and answe...

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Struggling with Anger

by Michelle Hodges "Michelle, are you mad at death, or are you mad at God?" That simple, loaded question stopped my spiraling and rendered me shocked and speechless. That question, asked gently with genuine concern, has dominated my thoughts for three weeks now. I've been struggling with anger for a little while now, but the struggle became a little overwhelming during t...

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J.C. Ryle Daily Readings

by Jeff Warren There are many good devotionals available to read. One that Brady and I really enjoy is J.C. Ryle's "Daily Readings From all Four Gospels: For Morning and Evening" compiled by Robert Sheehan. If you are not familiar with J.C. Ryle, please read the following endorsements: "There's a reason we keep 'digging up' Ryle. His writings are always clear (A 19thcen...

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May at Westminster

Are you new to Westminster? We have a lot of ways to get involved in the month of May! We would love to see you at any of our events: Sunday Morning Worship. We meet for Worship on Sunday mornings at 10am. We take Communion on the first Sunday of each month. Children in 4K - 1st grades are invited to join us for "Little Worship" in our Children's Wing during the sermo...

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ABCs of the PCA: Deacons

Continuing in our "ABCs of the PCA" series, we will look at the office of Deacon. What is a Deacon? How does the role of Deacon differ from that of Elder? How are Deacons chosen? We hope to answer these questions today. Many people presume the office of Deacon to be below the office of Elder - the "lesser" of the two. Maybe you've thought of the Elders as the board member...

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ABCs of the PCA: Elders

One of the beautiful things about the body of members at Westminster is the diversity of church backgrounds that are represented. Only a small percentage of our members actually grew up in the Presbyterian Church in America. Because of this, we will be writing a series of blog posts with information about different areas of the PCA. If any of these posts leads to more ques...

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April at WPC and Five Ways to Love Stateside Missionaries

Let's Go! This has been a saying around the Westminster halls lately. Now that Sunday School, Women's Studies, Mid-week Studies and Fellowship opportunities are back on the calendar, we are ready to go! Here are some upcomign events that you want to be sure to mark on your calendars! Also, be sure to check out this blog post by our April Missionary of the month, Mand...

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My God Is Big Enough

by Brandi Pillow In this season of waiting that Watson and I are currently navigating through, I'm thankful to see the roots of my faith grow deeper as well as having time-tested lessons reinforced. One of those is that my God is big enough to handle my emotions and I don't have to be afraid of being real with Him. So often, it feels like there is an expectation to "put o...

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