Mid-Week Musical Devotion
Each Wednesday during Lent you are invited to spend some reflective time with organ music by J. S. Bach. Each week a video will be added below with a chorale prelude played on Westminster’s organ by our organist Jonathan Schakel. An email with a link to the video will also include the text of the chorale and a short devotional reflection by one of our pastors or church members.
Sermon Series “And Jesus Said” – Over the course of Lent and Easter, Lynne, Dorothy, and Ken, through their preaching, will invite us to focus on the words of Jesus according to The Gospel of Matthew. What did Jesus actually say? What did he teach his disciples? For seven Sundays, come and listen to Jesus speaking into the world’s need for healing, justice and resurrection. “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” (5:3)
Sunday Morning Prayer Gathering at 8:30 a.m. Every Sunday you are welcome to join Ken as well as other members of Westminster Presbyterian Church for a time of devotion, sharing, and prayer. Our meetings usually last about 45 minutes so you can attend other Adult Ed. and worship offerings on Sunday mornings. Prayers can be private or shared with the congregation. For a Zoom invitation, please contact Ken at .
Sunday Taizé Worship at 11:30 a.m. This meditative worship experience includes a time of singing, praying, and Scripture readings including music from the Taizé community in France. A Zoom hymn sing replaces the Taizé service on the last Sunday of each month. If you would like to receive the Zoom link for the service/hymn sing please contact Megan Sharp at .
Maundy Thursday Zoom Service – April 1 at 7:00 p.m. This service includes music, prayer, and the celebration of the Lord’s Supper as we remember Jesus’ gathering with his disciples in the upper room. The word “Maundy” is derived from the Latin word for “command” and refers to Jesus’ commandment to “Love one another as I have loved you” (Jn. 13:34).
Good Friday Zoom Service – April 2 at 7:00 p.m. This service includes a retelling of the story of Jesus’ journey to the cross with Scripture readings, songs, and prayers. Candles will be gradually extinguished following the traditional format of Tenebrae, and you are invited to use your own candle(s) at home.