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Why Share in Our Holy Week Services

Easter is a joyous celebration and we love the occasion. So much so that it gets tempting to swiftly skip past what happens earlier in Holy Week. But we can’t appreciate all that Easter tells us about the saving purpose of Jesus without knowing the events of Holy Week. Think about it. Two thousand years ago in the middle-east, there were crowds who shouted praise and friends who betrayed and followers who denied and women who wept and soldiers who mocked and thieves who believed. It would have happened like this even if the Jesus event were happening now instead of then. Even if we knew everything in advance – were we the ones on the street we too would shout Hosanna and a few days later sho

Westminster Sending Team to Liberia to Evaluate Success of Mission Investments (April 26-May 7)

Westminster is sending Elder Felicia Kollie Gambles and volunteers John & Lyn Kucij for a second visit to Hope Mission School in Bernard Farm, Liberia. Our congregation has been involved with supporting this school and the greater Bernard Farm community for more than a decade. We have provided educational scholarships for girls and kids orphaned by Ebola; made significant contributions towards the construction of new classrooms and school furnishings; partnered with FACE Africa to provide clean well water and education on public sanitation, and provided textbooks, hygiene supplies and sports equipment for the student body. The last mission trip to Liberia was in Spring 2016. In March 2017, W

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