Welcome to Westminster

Westminster is a safe place to ask questions and to live the questions of life that have no easy or pat answers.  We understand the life of faith to be a journey, and we walk that path with God and one another.  Westminster is an exciting congregation where you can grow in faith and discover meaningful opportunities to serve others in the name of God. All are welcome here.


Visiting Westminster

Free Parking

Free parking is available in the lot directly across from the front doors of the church, on First Street.

Handicapped Accessible

People are invited to use the automatic doors on Perry Street near the alley and the elevator at the end of the ramp near the Chapel entrance. There is also a handicapped accessible restroom halfway down the ramp across from the Chapel. Pews 3, 4, 10, 21, 22 and 34 in the Sanctuary accommodate wheelchairs. Handicapped parking is available along both sides of Perry Street on Sunday mornings.

Worship Style

Traditional in format, vibrant and relevant in content, centered on God’s Holy Word, proclaiming God’s Word for us today through thoughtful, accessible, prophetic preaching;  congregational hymn singing and choral anthems that span the centuries and the globe.


We welcome all persons who respond in trust and obedience to God’s grace in Jesus Christ and desire to become part of the membership and ministry of Westminster.

No persons shall be denied membership because of race, ethnic origin, worldly condition, or any other reason not related to profession of faith.   We extend the fellowship of Christ to all persons. Failure to do so constitutes a rejection of Christ himself and causes a scandal to the gospel.

We offer Investigating Church Membership seminars three times a year.

Contact our Assoc. Pastor for Spiritual Growth Anna Owens for more information. 


Westminster Presbyterian Church is part of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). For more information on its mission and ministries, go to  You will also find there devotional materials to enrich your spiritual life.

We are also a part of  The Covenant Network of Presbyterians, a broad-based, national group of clergy and lay leaders working for a church that is simultaneously faithful, just, and whole. It seeks to support the mission and unity of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in a time of potentially divisive controversy. It intends to articulate and act on the church's historic, progressive vision and to work for a fully inclusive church. For a fuller description and newsletter go to