Faith formation is a lifelong endeavor. Adults meet during the Education Hour following worship for forums in the social room to explore a variety of topics, including bible study, spiritual disciplines, mission and service, contemporary issues, and more. Leaders are members and guests.
March 1, 22, and 29: Lenten Art and Visio Divina
Patrick Heery and Larry Bell will team up to present three sessions on Lenten art, using samples of great art from a variety of artists and eras to help us enter into Jesus’ ministry and the events of his final days.
March 8 and 15: Brahms Requiem
Audrey McNally will lead a study of “Sowing Tears, Reaping Joy: The Bible and Brahms Requiem”, an exploration of what the Bible itself has to say about grief and hope in a Christian context. The Masterworks Chorale, to which Audrey and other Westminster members belong, is presenting Brahms Requiem in Auburn on March 22.
April 5: Palm Sunday Pancake breakfast
Head over to the Great Hall to enjoy “palmcakes” with your Westminster friends!
April 12: Easter no forum
April 19: Westminster topics
We’ll spend some time getting up to date on projects such as the organ, becoming a Matthew 25 church, and Holy Conversations strategic visioning. You'll have lots of time to ask questions and offer feedback.
April 26: Opiod challenges
The Westminster Book Group meets on the third Thursday of each month at 7pm in the church social room. w
Westminster’s Soup and Study series is a long-held tradition, meeting together for five Wednesday evenings during Lent to share a simple soup supper followed by exploration of a Lenten theme. This year's theme is "Faith and Science."
wednesday noon study group
The Wednesday Noon Study takes a break during Lent so that people can attend the Wednesday Evening Soup and Study series. Watch for information about the next Wednesday Noon Study starting in May.