“Learn – Know – Share” could well be the motto for Christian education at Westminster Presbyterian Church. Our philosophy of Christian education is grounded in John’s words, “Beloved let us love one another…for God is love” (I John 4:7). From the youngest child to the oldest adult we engage people in all three: learning, knowing, and sharing.
- We learn about God’s love as it is revealed in the scripture, our church traditions, and our experiences in the church and the world around us.
- We know God’s love as a vital reality in our lives as we come to know God’s grace as a gift for us personally to experience and cherish, a reality that shapes our values, our worldviews, our hopes, and our dreams, as well as sustains us in our difficulties and sorrows.
- We share God’s love by discovering ways to love others as they have been loved through work outside the walls of Westminster in the local community, in the United States, and across the globe.
We learn and know and share in a variety of ways: formal classes and seminars, small groups, one-on-one conversations with our pastors, teachers, and other members and friends of the congregation. These pages invite you to learn more about the Christian education opportunities that are available for you at Westminster. Come and join us in a journey of faith – a journey of learning, knowing, and sharing.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
The Westminster Child Development program reflects an environment based on the teachings of Christ through words, actions, and deeds. Read more.
The Westminster Nursery School program reflects its Christian beliefs, values, and traditions by modeling daily the love of God, self, and others. Read more.
Rev. David Fetterman
Director of Christian Education & Spiritual Formation
Director of Children & Family Ministry
Director of High School Ministry
Director of Middle School Ministry & Family Counseling
EMILY GOODRICH LIBRARY
Focusing on books to educate, inspire, and enlighten your faith in Jesus Christ. Read more.
The GALLERIES at WESTMINSTER
The Galleries at Westminster work to encourage artists to engage the visual arts in their individual spiritual life and the life of the church. Read more.