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Sixty Plus Club resumes Saturday, September 12, with “Holy Stones, Rolling Stones,” presented by Dave Hammond about his recent trip to Israel and the West Bank: a first hand look at the situation, which differs considerably from the news media coverage of the area.

On October 10, we’ll view a DVD by A&E: “Cars That Changed the Automobile Industry.”

RSVP: Please sign up in the fellowship hall entry.

Men’s Breakfast meets monthly during the school year. Please contact Ralph Lange for more information. Please sign up each month in the fellowship hall entry to help us plan for food.


Sarah Circle is currently studying a “Women in the Bible” series. All Westminster women are welcome to attend our meetings, the second Tuesday of each month at noon. More information: Phoebe Vance or Sue Flynn.

Sixty Plus Club resumes Friday, September 18, with a program by Jim and Mary Lynn Thomson about their trip a year ago: "Living Stones – People and Holy Places of Palestine and Israel.” Join us in the fellowship hall for lunch at noon, followed by the program from 1 to 2 pm.

RSVP: Please sign-up in the fellowship hall entry or contact Phoebe Vance. All are welcome!

Sixty Plus Club meets monthly during the school year, for lunch followed by a program on a topic of interest. Please consider leading or organizing a program, or helping prepare lunch; please contact Phoebe Vance.


Needlecrafters meet regularly to work together on sewing and knitting projects such as prayer shawls, infant caps, lap robes and the like, to share with shut-ins, hospital patients and friends in need of prayer. Please contact Jill Fairchild for more information.


Everyday Extraordinary Film Series resumes

Everyday, ordinary people living their ordinary daily lives are depicted in the four films in this series; in the midst of their faithfulness, the extraordinary happens. Their stories give us hope, renew our faith and inspire us to live our everyday lives with great expectation that each day has the potential to become extraordinary.

Join us for the first film in the series, When the Game Stands Tall, Saturday, October 24, at 6 pm. After the movie, we’ll discuss it over refreshments.

Other films include Selma on November 21, God’s Not Dead, on February 20, 2016, and Still Alice on March 19, 2016.

Please note some changes since last year’s series: We’ll start earlier, at 6 pm. We’re encouraging all to invite friends and neighbors, and we’re inviting and encouraging our teens to attend.


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