Fellowship and Service Groups

Westminster Presbyterian Church, Ann Arbor home
Home
Programs

Children

Teens

Adults

Learn and grow

» Fellowship groups


Music and dance

Wed. Night Live!



News
Outreach
Contact


Men’s Breakfast

Saturday, March 14, 8 am

“A Living Legacy: The World War 2 Era and the National Memorial” is the topic at the next Men’s Breakfast. All are invited to this presentation on World War 2, which includes information on how loved ones can add names of veterans to the memorial’s online registry of remembrance.

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.



Coming to America: Forever Changed

Sixty Plus Club, Friday, March 20, noon

Mary and Lynn Degener tell us about China Outreach Ministries, an outreach to Chinese students and scholars studying in the US.

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; you may contact Bonnie Terpstra (668-8577) or 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.


International Cuisine Nights

Enjoy great food while spending time with friends old and new, Saturdays, February 28 and March 28, at 6 pm.

Nursery and childcare are provided. $8 per person; please sign up in the fellowship hall entry.


Home | Programs | News | Outreach | Contact

Westminster Presbyterian Church
1500 Scio Church Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
734.761.9320 Church Office
Director of Media and Communications