Update (June 6th): Please click here to learn more about our updated meeting guidelines.  We welcome you to join us for morning and evening worship and we have added overflow seating in the fellowship hall. 



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Re-Starting (Again!)

WPC Family, The officers of WPC met again this week as part of our weekly review about the status of COVID-19 in our county. In our meeting we discussed the good news that the church family members who were potentially exposed to COVID-19 via an infected relative were all tested and their results came back negative. We continue to discuss ways to improve our safety protoc...

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Temporary Suspension of In-Person Worship Services

On Thursday afternoon, June 25th, the session became aware that one of our church family had tested positive for COVID-19. This person had contact with family members who were subsequently in contact with other members of the church during the week. Immediately upon discovering this information the Session and Diaconate met Thursday night and have decided to cancel in-pers...

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Reconvening for Worship

"I was glad when they said to me, 'Let us go to the house of the LORD!'"Psalm 122:1 Public worship is both the great blessing and also the chief duty of the Christian church. It is the avenue through which our Lord Jesus Christ has promised to pour out covenant blessings. When the church gathers for worship we do so in order to offer to God a sacrifice of praise and to ...

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The Heart of a Pastor

If you want to see Paul's tenderness and pastoral heart for a church then you really ought to read and meditate upon his first epistle to the church in Thessalonica. This was a church that he had personally planted (Acts 17). He had a relatively brief ministry there and was forced to flee the city by night because his persecutors were looking to harm him. But as he write...

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Longing for God

"O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water. So I have looked upon you in the sanctuary, beholding your power and glory. Because your steadfast love is better than life, my lips will praise you. So I will bless you as long as I live; in your name I will lift up my hands...

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The LORD is My Portion

Dear Westminster Family Friends, This past Lord's Day was certainly a strange one, wasn't it? Some of us were able to gather with others from the church and have worship from home. Others of us worshipped alone as a family or maybe even by yourself. I must say that our hearts were blessed as we worshipped together in our home with friends. We enjoyed a meal together an...

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Helpful Resources

There have been some excellent articles written in recent days to help give us fresh perspective on how we should think about life and the church in the midst of the coronavirus epidemic. Here are a few I wanted to pass your way: Michael Kruger, President of RTS in Charlotte, NC, has written an excellent article on how a biblical worldview will shape the way we respond ...

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WPC Action Plan Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Dear Westminster Family Friends, Your session and diaconate held a joint meeting last night (March 17) to discuss an action plan for life and ministry at WPC for the next few weeks. The first thing we want you to know is that you are greatly loved and we are praying for you regularly. We are committed to caring for you and ministering to you as best as we can in these ...

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Updates Regarding Coronavirus & Impacts on WPC Ministries

Dear WPC Family, The Session and Diaconate are holding a called meeting this evening, March 17, at 6:00pm to pray for God's mercy and to consider a plan of action for life and ministry at WPC for the next several weeks. As I'm sure you are aware, things are in a constant state of flux right now. Please pray that the Lord will grant us wisdom as we seek to minister to ...

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Pastoral Letter Regarding COVID-19

Dear Westminster family and friends, "When I am afraid, I put my trust in you. In God, whose word I praise, in God I trust; I shall not be afraid." Psalm 56:3 I'm sure I had read this verse plenty of times, but it was not until I sang a little song based on this verse with a bunch of preschoolers that the truth it conveys hit me. Little children often have fears. They ...

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