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Welcome to Westminster
At Westminster Presbyterian Church, all we do is done to bear witness to God's love for the world in Jesus Christ. In short, we celebrate the Gospel: As a congregation, we worship the Triune God, study his Word, care for his flock, and engage in his mission locally and globally.
Westminster is an exciting place to be, with people who are being transformed daily by grace alone and who seek to follow after Jesus Christ in all parts of their lives. Come, be a part.
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Welcome to Westminster's brand new Lifehouse Youth Group! Created especially for 5th graders, and interested middle-schoolers, Lifehouse will begin as a monthly time for fun, food, and fellowship. Under the direction of Westminster member Alice Bellanger, participants will gather the third Sunday of each month--September 20, October 18, November 15, and December 20--from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. for supper, a time of sharing in each other's lives, games, and a scripturally-based life lesson. Of course, masks will be required until the pandemic threat passes. Please keep this new ministry in your prayers--and make sure to encourage your youth to participate and bring friends!
Blessing of the Backpacks slide show
Join us for worship any Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in-person or online.
Our services follow a traditional Reformed liturgy.
Professional childcare is available for our younger disciples (temporarily not available due to COVID).
Older children will enjoy learning about worship with a worship kit, which can be found at the entrance to the church.
Fall Festival Parade: October 10
COVID-19 will prevent Westminster from hosting its traditional Fall Festival in Bayou View Park, but the church will still be able to provide a time of fun for the community. The Discipleship Formation committee is currently working with the Gulfport Police Department to host a small, family-friendly, socially-distanced parade through the Bayou View neighborhood on October 10. It will roll from the church at 11 a.m. Click here to see a map of the tentative route. We will encourage residents to watch from their yards, and others to watch, with masks and socially-distanced, from the perimeter of Serenity Park, or the east end of Bayou View Park.
Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Adult Education Class led by Pete Bloss. via Zoom. Click here to join.
The Adult Sunday School class led by Elder Pete Bloss is studying the video-based study by Sinclair Buchanan Ferguson, “Who is the Holy Spirit?”
Class description: Although the Holy Spirit is sometimes the forgotten Person of the Trinity, His presence and work is found throughout redemptive history. In this twelve-message series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson traces the work of the third person of the Trinity through Scripture - from creation to the work of Christ to His dwelling in our hearts today. Along the way, he sheds light on the vital role the Holy Spirit serves. Dr. Ferguson’s goal is to help us know the Holy Spirit as a person, in addition to knowing of His power and work within us.