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A Haiti Child Sponsorship Celebration

S.C. has been sponsored by Andrée Jeffrey since 2017. S.C. is 13 years old in 6th grade. Andrée has been a child sponsor to other children over the past 20+ years. Sunday, April 10 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. North Entry Haiti has struggled with many difficulties, especially during the past couple of years. But La Croix New Testament Mission stands as an oasis for its students. The mission depends on spo…

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Attention, Book Readers

Are you a reader like me, who still prefers to hold a book in your hands? I readily acknowledge the advantage of reading on a Kindle or an iPad. When you travel it’s so easy to download as many books as you can read on your trip. They are all there on one fairly small, light device. Not to mention you can enlarge the print on your screen to accommodate middle or old age eyes. And it comes with b…

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Between Here and There -- April 2022

There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord came down from heaven and, going to the tomb, rolled back the stone and sat on it. – Matthew 28:2 Just the other night I was speaking with a friend about the excitement and energy that has been present throughout the community of Westminster over the past few months. Let’s be honest: while it would be untrue to say that there’s been no energ…

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Easter Flowers 2022

Spring is just around the corner. The Chancel Guild is accepting memorial/honoree contributions for Easter flowers. If you would like to participate in this Westminster tradition, please make checks payable to “Westminster Presbyterian Church,” and write “Easter flowers” on the memo line. Checks and forms can be mailed, dropped off at the church office, or placed in the Sunday collection plate. Your co…

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Easter Us -- Message from Jo Forrest

When Jesus entered Jerusalem the last week of his life, the crowds shouted “hosanna,” meaning “save us.” Those who gathered with their cloaks and palm branches wanted a savior of their own desires rather than the humble love that appeared on a donkey. How quickly he went from savior to criminal and later corpse. His followers witnessed his body slashed and pierced. He failed to overthrow the powers …

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