Sunday Night Life


We invite you to join us every Sunday evening at Westminster for food, fellowship, and formation. Classes will change, but the joy of building relationships with one another and with God won’t. Come, for all are welcome!


Classes, unless othewise noted, begin at 5pm followed by a home-cooked meal. We feel there is no better way to connect than sharing a meal, and we encourage you to join us no matter what time your class ends. Children and Youth eat free of charge. A $5 love offering is suggested for adults but not required. RSVP at the bottom of this page.



Worship Lab

Facilitated by: Rev. Butch Sherrill
January 14, 21, 28
Join us as we use our sanctuary as a laboratory for new ideas about worship. Merriam Webster defines laboratory as “a place providing opportunity for experimentation, observation, or practice.” That is exactly what we will endeavor to do during this three-week series—something different each night to deepen the way we approach and experience worship.

A Course for Skeptics

Facilitated by: Jennie Betton, Terri Burleson, and Carolyn Plumb
January 14, 21, 28
Is God real? How can everything in the Bible be true? Does a rational approach to these questions impact your faith? Do you sometimes have doubts? This class will look at these questions and explore how folks through the ages have attempted to answer them. An open and honest approach to our understanding of Christianity may lead us to a deeper and more meaningful faith.

Refugees: Welcoming the Stranger

Facilitated by: Ann Morris and Caroline Robinson
January 14, 21, 28
What is it like to be a refugee settling in Greensboro? How are refugees affected by the travel ban? How can Westminster volunteers engage with these new neighbors? For the first class, we will listen to an overview from Leaders from Church World Service and New Arrivals Institute. The second class will feature a panel of refugees who have been helped by Westminster volunteers. Find out more about volunteer experience in the third class.

Put a Little Love in Your Life

Facilitated by: Lucy Wellmaker
January 14, 21, 28
Together we can make this world a better place by remembering to “love one another.” John 13:34 Join Life Coach, Lucy Wellmaker for this interactive session and discover ways to enhance your relationships with yourself and others.

Best Nutrition Tips for the New Year

Facilitated by: Leander Stephens, Registered Dietician with Moses Cone and Nicole Villano, General Manager of Deep Roots Market
January 14, 21, 28
Each week we will learn from nutrition experts who can help us get started and keep going on healthy habits. The first week, Leander Stephens will help us take a new look at good nutrition. The second and third week, Nicole Villano will guide us through weight loss tips and eating for a healthy life.

Moms & Daughters

Facilitated by: Shannon Davis Cruz
January 14, 21, 28
Together, moms and daughters will explore the stories of three brave women of the Bible: Ruth, Rahab, and Mary. We will learn about them and from them as we discover their understandings of God, the circumstances within which they lived, how they shared their faith, and the bravery they had to use.



Holy Moly

Facilitated by: Lynn Turnage and Leslie Hennigan
Kindergarteners through fifth graders will enjoy animated videos, creative activities, and age-appropriate Bible explorations.

Moms & Daughters

Facilitated by: Shannon Davis Cruz
January 14, 21, 28



WYFI (Westminster Youth Fellowship Incorporated)

Middle School

High School

This is when our youth meet all together to discuss topics relevant to what is happening in youth culture right now. WYFI is a place where youth can ask questions, make friends, walk together, and experience the presence of the Spirit as a bunch of teenagers trying to make it the best way possible. Oh, and we play some great games too. New youth are always welcome.

Questions? Contact Sam Perkins (