All small groups and Church School classes welcome new participants at all times. Not comfortable coming alone? Bring a friend! Or, contact us to receive a personal invitation and welcome from the class facilitator.
Adult Fellowship and Education Opportunities
+ 9:30am Church School
Cornerstone Class, Room 203
This class welcomes all adults and meets in Room 203. They often do short-term studies of 6-8 weeks based on sripture or biblical teachings. This fall they will study Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White followed by Discovering Joy Through Simplicity and Generosity.
Covenant Class, Room 200
This class is open to all age and will be studying The Gospel According to Leviticus this fall. Facilitated by Jennie Betton.
Gateway Class, Room 202
This class is open to all ages and is currently studying lectionary scripture passages from Feasting on the Word. led by Mary Eagle, Dave Lumpkin, and John Robinson.
+ 11am Church School
All adults are invited to join this class in Room 202 at 11am on Sunday mornings. Participants will discuss topics brought to mind by the sermon each week.
Carpe Diem Class, Room 204
This class is open to all ages and generally studies a book of the bible or a book on a relevant Christian topic. For fall, they will be studying Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White.
P.E.E.P.S. Class (Parents Exploring and Engaging in Practical Faith & Service ), Fellowship Hall
This class is open to all ages but primarily consists of parents of elementary-aged through high school children. Their fall studies are TBD. Facilitated by Ginger Craig.
+ Weekday bible studies
Women’s Study | 6pm Monday, Room 200
Propel Women is a discussion driven study about womens’ passion, purpose and potential by Christine Caine. Videos also include input from Lisa Harper, Bianca Olthoff, Ali Worthington and Mercy Lokulutu; facilitated by Jan Green.
Tuesday Morning Book Study | 7am Tuesday, Delicious Bakery
This Westminster book study meets every Tuesday at 7am at Delicious Bakery. They are beginning a new book, The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life by David Brooks, on September 3. This book explores the four commitments that define a life of meaning and purpose: to a spouse and family, to a vocation, to a philosophy or faith, and to a community. Books are available for purchase on a first-come basis in the Church Office. Facilitated by Elizabeth Bengtson.
S’Mores Class | 9:30am Thursday, Room 204
This class is open to all ages. This fall they will be studying Seamless. Facilitated by June Payne.
Thirsty Thursday Women’s Bible Study | 9:30am, Room 203
This class is open to women of all ages and meets during the school year. Facilitated by Sheri DuPuis, Mary Hibbard, Laura Hochstein, and Martha Siler. For fall they will be studying Psalm 23 by Jennifer Rotchild.
Thursday Morning Bible Study | 11am-12pm Every other Thursday, Room 202 This is class is open to all ages. This fall they will be studying Encounters with Jesus by Timothy Keller.
Tuesday Night Study | 6:30pm-8:30pm, Room 203 This group is open to all ages. This fall they will be studying Apocrypha. Facilitated by Gary Shelton.
+ JUST OLDER YOUTH (J.O.Y)
This group is open to anyone over the age of 60. They meet generally once a month for fellowship, lunch and a brief program.
+ YOUNG ADULTS
We have groups (college-aged and young adults) that meet periodically throughout the year for a variety of fellowship and study opportunities. If interested in learning more, please email Caroline Sell or Lucy Jefferies.
+Prayer Shawl Knitters
Have you ever wanted to learn how to knit or crochet? Not sure how to start or what to make? Westminster has a group of dedicated women who gather on Wednesdays from 6:30pm—7:30pm in the Westminster Redington House to socialize, knit, and crochet prayer shawls and other meaningful projects throughout the year. All are welcome, including beginners! Just bring size thirteen needles and join the fun!
+ Sunday Night Life
Join us for classes in the Fall and Spring beginning at 5pm followed by a meal. Learn more here.