Men’s Fellowship meets monthly for breakfast and hosts men’s retreats and other events. Please contact Ralph Lange for more information.
Saturday, May 11, at 8 am, we’ll enjoy breakfast together, then join others in our spring cleanup day to spruce up our Westminster building and grounds.
Sixty Plus Club meets monthly, for lunch at noon, followed by a program on a topic of interest.
We meet next on Friday, May 17, for a slide presentation by Mary Danforth on Costa Rica and on Phoebe and Roger Vance’s mission work helping to build a Methodist children’s home.
Please sign up in the entry to the fellowship hall so that we know how much food to prepare, or RSVP to Bonnie Terpstra (668-8577) or Phoebe Vance. Everyone is welcome!
Please consider leading or organizing a program, or helping prepare lunch; you may contact Bonnie Terpstra or Phoebe Vance (see contact info below).
Everyday Extraordinary film series, back by popular demand! 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.
Our series is over for the season, but we encourage you to view these movies on your own. Watch the movie trailers:
40th annual campout planned
Westminster’s 40th annual church campout is August 2–4. It marks the end of an era of Al Banning’s leadership of these yearly campouts.
All who have taken part in any of the 40 campouts will likely share fond memories of campfires with s’mores, crafts, swimming, Saw Mill City activities, volleyball, Shrinky Dinks(!), shared meals, outdoor worship, plenty of sunshine, a little rain, and best of all, time to relax with and get to know other folks from church.
Plan now to relive old memories and make new ones while enjoying good times with others. If you’ve never done this summer campout, now is the time to share in the fun. Cabins and campsites are available. Please reserve your spot by June 9, either directly with Al Banning, or online here. And yes, there’ll be Shrinky Dinks!
Needlecrafters - an afternoon group and an evening group - meet monthly 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. Group members may work also on projects on their own time. Please contact Jill Fairchild for more information.