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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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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.

Older children will enjoy learning about worship with a worship kit, which can be found at the entrance to the church.


Check out Sunday School - Sunday mornings!  Children's classes at 9:15 a.m. in person.  Adult class at 9:15 a.m. in-person in the Library. 

Weekly Hymn Sing: Sundays at 5:30 p.m. See the Watch Live! tab or our Facebook page.  No Hymn Sing on June 13 or 20,  join us for Hymn Sing and Potluck on June 27 at 5 p.m.

Lifehouse Youth Group: A new youth group for 5th-8th graders. The next meeting is on June 13, 5 - 7 p.m.  Activities will be provided for younger kids too! 

See the Calendar page here for a complete calendar of events. 

Sermon Series for Summer
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Gather & Go: Jesus & the Great Commission
It’s no secret: The Christian church in the West is shrinking.  There are any number of reasons why: But what are we, at Westminster, supposed to do about it?  And why is it important that we do, in fact, do something about it?  This summer, we will take a close look at the Great Commission, Matthew’s account of Jesus’s last words to his followers, and explore the power of and methods behind Christ’s simple command to go and make disciples of all nations.

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How much have we missed singing and eating together during COVID-19?  We’ll be able to do both again at a special in-person potluck and hymn sing on Sunday, June 27!  Bring your favorite dish to share at 5 p.m.  We’ll join with the LifeHouse Youth students for supper, and about 6 p.m., the youth will go to their meeting, and the rest will head to the sanctuary to sing!  The hymn sing will be broadcast live on Facebook Live and gulfportchurch.org.  Do you have a favorite hymn?  Let us know!  We’ll primarily use the “Celebrating Grace” and “Sounding Joy” hymnals; however, if your favorite is not in either of those, with enough notice, we’ll make sure to have copies available.  Send requests to office@gulfportchurch.org or call (228) 864-3143.

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Sunday School

Sundays at 9:15 a.m. Adult Education Class led by Pete Bloss, in-person in the Library.

The Adult Sunday School class led by Elder Pete Bloss is studying the video-based study by Dr. Sinclair Ferguson, "Union With Christ."

Class description: The Apostle Paul had no question about what it meant to be a Christian: he was “in Christ.” This simple phrase encapsulates the glorious benefits and blessings of the Christian life, and the importance of this expression is underscored by how regularly Paul used it. But many Christians today suffer from an identity crisis, unaware of this truth and how this new identity can reshape every aspect of their lives. In this teaching series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson explores the crucial meaning of our union with Christ, revealing that being a Christian is far more wonderful than many of us know.


Children's Sunday School, Sundays at 9:15 a.m. in-person.  

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