The Tuesday Evening Study Group will meet on Tuesday, April 10 at 7:00 pm in the lower lounge. We will study the Cloud of Witnesses – the Community of Christ in Hebrews by Melissa Bane Sevier. If you would like more information or need a ride, please call Barbara Deaver at 973-3819.
The One Great Hour of Sharing special offering was collected on Sunday, March 25. We joined Presbyterians worldwide in sharing God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world by providing relief from natural and human-caused disasters, food for the hungry, and support for the poor and oppressed. Special thanks to Dan Nissan for being our fisherman collecting the fish boxes on Sunday! Children and youth please bring in your fish banks if you still have them at home. We will continue to collect the fish banks in worship during the offering.
If you missed the opportunity last week to contribute, special envelopes are available in the narthex and the gathering place that can be put in the offering plate or dropped off in the church office. More information can also be found at www.pcusa.org/oghs where you may donate directly.
The Tuesday Evening Study Group will meet on Tuesday, March 13 at 7:00 pm in the lower lounge. Beth Hochstetler will lead us in the study of Cloud of Witnesses – the Community of Christ in Hebrews by Melissa Bane Sevier, Chapter 6. If you would like more information or need a ride, please call Barbara Deaver at 973-3819.
- February-early March–Multiple showings of the documentary I’m Not Racist … Am I? See Charlottesville Tomorrow for more info on the film’s showings in schools and libraries.
- Podcast–“Seeing White,” a subset of episodes from the “Scene on Radio” podcast series. Excellent explication of how we got here on race in America.
- Training–Congregate Cville will be offering rapid response training this spring on how to show up in potentially violent situations and serve as a nonviolent presence. Learn how to use our bodies to stand with those who are marginalized and vulnerable. If interested, contact .
- Article–“If the Church wants to reach young people, we must stand in solidarity with victims of racial injustice” by Rev. Osagyefo Sekou
MARK YOUR CALENDARS…for the third annual WPC women’s retreat at Graves Mountain Lodge on May 4-6! We are excited to announce that the women of Westminster Presbyterian Church will gather for food, fellowship, and study the first weekend in May. More information will be coming your way soon, but the reservation has been made and plans are underway. The cost of the retreat will be $175.00 and will include two nights of lodging and five meals. Consider joining us for this special time.
Registration will begin in March.