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  • Bair Foundation Christmas Gift Drive

    Select a gift tag or shop online anytime
    Unwrapped gifts due Friday, December 2

    Westminster is once again partnering with the Bair Foundation to provide Christmas gifts for foster children in the local Pittsburgh area this year. Tags are on the trees in the north and south entries of the church, or you can visit our Amazon list at www.westminstergiftingtree.com which will ship your gift to us. Shipping time is a concern this year so early participation is appreciated. Read more here.

  • Writers of Westminster Book Sale

    Sundays, December 4, 11, 18
    Following worship services
    Welcome Center

    The Writers of Westminster’s fifth annual edition of our church book for the holidays, Walking the Labyrinth, will be available for purchase after worship services. Cost is $10 per book, or $13 if you wish for us to mail it.

  • November Spire Now Available

    The November Spire is currently available online. Articles from our monthly newsletter are now available in an easy-to-read online format. Read the Spire Online here.

  • Then Sings My Soul!

    Sunday, December 9
    7:00 p.m.
    Sanctuary

    World renowned mezzo-soprano Marianne Cornetti, accompanied by pianist Bryan Sable, will sing a concert of sacred music. Westminster’s soprano section leader, Katy Williams, is a special guest on the program. Ms. Cornetti, a native of Cabot, PA, and graduate of Duquesne University, has been presenting this concert throughout the Pittsburgh area in thanksgiving for her successful musical career. Read more here.

  • Annual Christmas Concert

    The Annual Christmas Concert features the Chancel Choir, Westminster Ringers, Cherub and Junior Choirs, and special guests, USC Chanteclairs.

    The concert is free and will appeal to all ages. A freewill offering will be gratefully accepted to support future programming.

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