Fellowship Ministry at Westminster

Meals, banquets, and fellowship over food have long been a part of the church.  It's even biblical—think of Jesus extending the wedding at Cana by changing water to wine, or feeding the 5000 with just a few loaves and fish...even the promised banquet we will one day share with our heavenly Father.  Being "at table" is a big part of who we are!

Women’s Social Group (former Presbyterian Women)
Get together for fellowship and lunch every third Thursday at the Purple Foot at 11:30 AM. No RSVP required. If you have any questions, please contact Phyllis Gorsuch.

Men’s Group

Join the Westminster Men as they gather monthly for fellowship, mission and ministry.  If you would like to join the group or have questions, please contact co-leaders; Bill Ralston and Ed Glover.

Tables of Eight Ministry
In early January, a form will be distributed in the “Fridge News” newsletter, Facebook, and church email
with three Sundays to sign up. You will be contacted as to your grouping for the year. The starred couple/person at the top of your grouping will contact you to coordinate the first dinner and find out if you have any food allergies that the group will need to be aware of. If by chance, you begin attending WPC in the middle of the year,
contact Linda Lemons because we can probably connect you to one of the existing groups.  Who do I contact with questions? Linda Lemons

Christmas Dinner

Join us each year in December for our annual Christmas Dinner.  Bring your favorite dish and enjoy table fellowship with friends at Westminster. After dinner, experience the Christmas story through a variety of ways from a bell concert to a children's pageant.

Westminster Presbyterian Church

1904 Mount Vernon Street

Waynesboro, VA 22980

office hours

phone: 540-942-1145

email: info@wp-church.com

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