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Interim Pastor Nominating Committee Update

February 27, 2018 Dear Members and Friends of Westminster, We are pleased to announce that Rev. William Schram has accepted the position of Interim Pastor for Westminster. This Sunday, March 4th, Rev. Peter Cook will be preaching; however, Rev. Schram will be in attendance with us during worship. While his ministry officially begins with us on Monday, March 5th, he is already working to move into the church office and his Albany residence. Sunday, March 11th will be his first Sunday to preach. Please come to welcome Rev. Schram into our Westminster family. The Interim Pastor Nominating Committee (IPNC) began work last spring to identify our Interim Pastor. Many resumes were reviewed, multipl

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We have a new initiative underway at Westminster, and it is easy for you to get involved! Session has made a commitment to reducing bulk paper mailings. Here is why: (1) achieve significant savings in printing and postage costs (2) become better stewards of the environment by reducing our carbon footprint and (3) encourage our congregation to take advantage of the multiple opportunities to receive information online - via email, the website, and social media. We are mindful and respectful of the fact that some will wish to continue to receive paper mailings and we will accommodate this need. As we move forward with this initiative, it is hoped that most will be able to make the transition to

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