Sunday, May 1
Please bring non-perishable food items for the needy in our area. Items collected will be donated to the Food Bank. Monetary gifts are also welcome. Items should be placed in the baskets in the Church Narthex.
Done In a Day
Saturday, May 7
Would you like to put your faith into action on a mission project but don't have a lot of time? If so, join us for a Done in a Day (DID) project emphasizing local mission needs on Saturday, May 7. Read more/register online.
Habitat for Humanity needs you!
Catch The Building Spirit is a group of local Catholic and Presbyterian Churches who have worked together for the last 23 years to provide affordable housing to a family in need. Work on the annual Presbyterian/Catholic build continues throughout the summer. Two of our Westminster members work as house leaders: Jerry Shell and Karen Clute. Questions? Contact Karen Clute (firstname.lastname@example.org).
See the new video about “Catch the Building Spirit”
Learn more about the Lewis Family and their new home.
Work Hours, Instructions, and Directions for Volunteers.
A Special Offering will be received during worship on Sunday, May 8. Click here to donate online.
Faith in Action: Kirkmont Work Day
Saturday, May 14
Volunteer Work Day at Kirkmont Center in Zanesfield, Ohio. Bring your favorite gardening and work tools, dress for the weather, and join other friends of Kirkmont as we get the camp ready for the summer season. Volunteers may be painting, weeding, or cleaning. Lunch will be provided. Transportation is available from the Westminster parking lot. To sign up, contact Brent Manley (937-430-7036 or email@example.com).
Intergenerational Mission Trip
June 12-18, 2016
This trip is open to anyone over the age of 16 (14 with an adult partner).Our destination will be Bayville, New Jersey. We plan to stay at Morning Star Presbyterian Church, a Presbyterian Disaster Assistance hosting site for the ongoing Hurricane Sandy relief effort.
Click here for Trip Information & Forms.
Click here to Register.
PDA Storm Relief
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) sends One Great Hour of Sharing funds to assist affected Presbyteries and deploys members of the National Response Team to begin assessing damage and to determine how volunteers may best be utilized. For more information about how Presbyterian Disaster Assistance responds to disasters, click here.
How Can We Respond?
Give — to support the relief effort. All donations will go toward the relief effort. Donations should be made payable to Westminster Presbyterian Church. If you would like to designate your gift to a specific relief effort please make a note in the memo line, or click here to give online.
Act — help put together clean-up buckets. Stay informed through the PDA web site, www.pcusa.org/pda, and by joining the PDA Rapid Information Network (PDA-RIN) for reports via email. Subscribe at www.pcusa.org/subscriptions/
Pray — for those who have lost family or livelihood, those who cannot yet return home, and those who are working tirelessly to provide relief, humanitarian aid, and spiritual and psychological support.