Get Connected through the W.E.L.L.
In the Fall and Winter months, the Westminster community gathers on Wednesday to share a meal at 5:30 pm, then participate in various learning opportunities and activities for the whole family from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Class range from 3-week, 5-week to 10-week classes. In the Summer, there is an adult evening study during July.
For Adults & High School for October 30 – November 20
- Discovering God in the Ordinary Things - Join us for a four week discussion of Barbara Brown Taylor's book, An Altar in the World. The study will provide an entrée into some of the "practices" of the Christian faith, and ways that we can use them to discover God's presence amid the ordinary moments and details of our lives. Led by Reggie Weaver
- Discovering and Living God's Heart for Immigrants – Come learn about immigration issues that people in Greensboro live with and work with every week. You will hear from legal and other service providers, as well as personal stories of people who have made transitions to the Greensboro community. We will wrap up the four-week class with a discussion about possible ways Westminster can address needs related to immigration and our multicultural community. Moderated by Butch Sherrill and Outreach Committee
- Discovering Your God-Given Strengths – Every year Westminster invites members to indicate their gifts and talents for involvement in the life and ministry of the church. This class will help participants identify and understand better their strengths for engagement in community. Participants will use the book Strengths finder 2.0 which utilizes an online assessment tool. Cost of the class/book is $15.00. Led by Lucy Wellmaker, Life Coach
- Prayer Shawl Knitters will continue their special ministry of knitting shawls that are shared with persons who may be experiencing a life crisis or transition. Every shawl is knitted and blessed with the prayers of those participating. New folks are always welcome to join the group in the Redington house. Celeste Wall serves as leader.
- Amani Bead Craft – Each Kenya mission team brings back supplies of beautiful and colorful Amani beads for dedicated members who make jewelry and other items with the beads. These crafts are then offered for sale with 100% of the proceeds going to support the Amani Children’s Foundation. Rhonda Horney serves as the facilitator.
Middle School Activities
Youth will focus on how to apply the basic lessons of the Bible to their lives every day.
Children at the W.E.L.L.
There will be childcare for children newborns to 4 years old. Children kindergarten - 5th grade will be "Growing in Grace", a Biblical-based music curriculum. Children also will have a Bible study involving the study of scripture through games, movement activites, crafts, and play. Our study will culminate with the presentation of a musical on December 7. The children will be grouped by K-2nd grade and 3rd-5th grade in rooms 100 and 106 at 6:30 pm at the Friendly Avenue Campus.
Please make your reservation by Monday at 1pm the week of your reservation.
Sign up for the W.E.L.L. meal for November 20.