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Connecting with Holy Week through Art

Throughout Lent, children from PreK through 4th grade gathered each week at Kids’ Connection to connect with God and each other as they learned about Holy Week. After reading about the Last Supper and connecting it to communion, we explored various artists’ interpretations of the Last Supper before creating our own. It was so fun to see each child’s creative process as they decided what parts of the s…

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Barefoot School 2022

Barefoot School registration opens May 1! Join us June 20-24 as we cook up some fun and get on a roll with God at our Food Truck Party! Barefoot School is open to students entering grades K through 6 for the 2022-23 school year. The cost for BFS is $25 per child with a maximum of $45 per family. Registration will be available online beginning May 1 here: vbspro.events/p/wpc2022. Youth and…

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Mission on the Move: Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank

Their mission is to feed people in need and mobilize our community to eliminate hunger. In June 1980, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank opened its doors in Pittsburgh’s Hill District. This came at a time of great change in Southwestern Pennsylvania. The once-thriving steel industry, which had been in a slow, steady decline for nearly 30 years, began to rapidly deteriorate during the early 1…

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An Evening with Town Hall South

Tuesday, May 10, 7:00 p.m. Upper St. Clair High School Theater Town Hall South Speaker Series presents An Evening with Town Hall South featuring a live lecture by Admiral James Stavridis, USN (Ret.) on Tuesday, May 10, at 7:00 p.m. at Upper St. Clair High School. Admiral Stavridis will address “The Ukraine War and Global Geopolitics.” Tickets are priced at $40 each for reserved seating and are ava…

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Thank You from Peg Kinsey

Let me begin by thanking God for the innumerable blessings he has bestowed on me these many years at Westminster Presbyterian Church. I wish to express my humble gratitude to the family of Westminster for their support, friendship, and encouragement during my tenure. I would be remiss if I failed to mention my good fortune to work alongside some of the most caring and professional individuals I…

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Easter Joy @ Westminster

The Lenten season was a joyous celebration of faith, fellowship, and worship at Westminster. Palm Sunday, April 10, saw an incredibly successful Pocket Change collection of more than $1,600, led by Westminster's children. And more than 875 eggs were hidden and found at the Children's & Family Ministry Egg Hunt. Maundy Thursday's power tenebrae service had robust attendance, and was a moving…

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