We offer small groups and children’s worship during both the 9:45 and 11:00 worship services. The details and schedules follow.
9:45 a.m. – Small groups and Children’s Worship for children ages four through fourth grade meet weekly. Nursery care is available for younger children.
We are introducing a new curriculum, Tru, that is uniquely created to inspire, equip and support families and leaders in their ministry to children. Tru uses the small group – large group format to tell God’s Big Story through use of the Bible. This curriculum reveals the Tru story of God’s redemption plan, with the goal of engaging children so they are able to remember, understand and live God’s word.
11:00 a.m. – Small groups and Children’s Worship for children ages two through sixth grade. Nursery care is available for younger children.
On the first Sunday of each month, all children in pre-K through sixth grade will join their families in the sanctuary for worship. Following the Children’s Moment, children in pre-K through first grade may join their Sunday school small group. Students in second through sixth grade will continue in worship with their families.
Second through fourth Sundays and when there is a fifth, all children will go directly to their classrooms.
We are looking forward to a second great year using a curriculum called Orange. This program synchronizes the light of the church (yellow) with the love of the family (red) making orange (the church and the family working together toward the same goal – to connect the children more deeply with God). This curriculum instills wonder in preschoolers to help them embrace a God who is bigger than their imagination and sparks discovery in elementary children, who gain a new understanding of how to grow in their relationship with God.
At both hours, the children will begin in their rooms with their small group leaders, doing activities that will introduce them to the day’s Bible story. Then small groups gather together for worship – where they will experience a story from the Bible brought to life through storytelling, skits, singing, and dancing. Finally, the small group leaders will gather the children and take them back to their rooms for activities that allow the children to further explore and apply the Bible story.
Registration for Sunday school (both hours)
Registration is required for Sunday school. This form not only registers your child but gives us important information regarding any allergies and/or special needs.
Sign in/Sign out Procedure (both hours)
As you drop off your child, sign him/her in on the attendance clip board. Please be sure to sign your child out the same way at dismissal
Cold Pizza - Students in grades 7 through 12 are invited to join us at 9:45 a.m. in the Yahweh Café for some morning refreshments and then we'll dive into scripture. This year we'll be examining the idea of Story in our lives. We'll look at our own testimonies and learn more about other's stories as well.
Builders Class -
The original adult Bible class of Westminster, the class meets from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. on Sundays from September through May in Room 176. Our lessons come from the Present Word series which is taught by members of the class.
Christian Formation Seminars -
The Christian Formation Seminars meet in Galbreath Chapel on Sunday mornings from 9:45 to 10:45. Unlike more traditional classes, the seminars cover a wide range of topics taught by professionals within and outside of Westminster. Read more.
Genesis Class -
The Genesis class meets on Sunday mornings from 9:45 to 10:45 in Room 131 and is committed to prayer, fellowship, and Bible study, with occasional social events throughout the year. An alternating team of four teachers present lessons following the International Sunday School Lessons plan of the Uniform Series
Younger Adults Fellowship -
A safe and welcoming place to learn more about the Christian faith and get to know other people, mostly in their late 20s through mid 40s. The class meets on the second and third Sunday of each month in Room 238, and is led by Senior Pastor, Dr. Jim Gilchrist.