"Our mission is going very well here. Despite the ungodly heat and humidity we are overwhelmed by the gratitude and warmth of the Liberians we meet with. The rest of the group leaves today but Lyn and I stay one more week for additional work at Hope Mission school. We are seeing old friends and forming new alliances for future projects here." - John Kucij
"Pictures can only scrape the surface of our experience thus far. We have been met with such warmth and sincere gratitude that it cancels out the oppressive heat and humidity." -John Kucij, Westminster's Supervisor for our Hope Mission School Project Traditionally-attired Liberian Dancers who danced at the welcoming ceremony for the team from Westminster. Pastor Jim Reisner can be seen in the background. Our very own Westminster church school members used to wear dance skirt
The team has arrived safely in Liberia and made their first visit to Hope Mission School. From Martha: "Most of the students came all the way out to the main road to greet us. One group of girls danced, and then we started walking to the school, probably more than a mile up. It started raining but we kept going until the rain got heavier and our van picked us up and took us the rest of the way. Two shots are from the top of the existing school rooms, where they've started on
Beloved Westminster Community,
It is with a full heart that I share with you that I have accepted a call to serve as the solo pastor of Culver City Presbyterian Church in Southern California. This is an exciting opportunity, and I hope you will pray for me as I prepare to take it on. Consequently, I must resign as your Associate Pastor. My last Sunday at Westminster will be June 5, 2016.
I have loved serving God with you at Westminster for nearly six years. God has blesse