We invite you to join us every Sunday evening during the fall and spring 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 begin at 5pm followed by a meal in the Fellowship Hall. Cost is $5 for adults.. Children and youth eat free. If you would like to be added to the standing reservation list, please email the Church Office or call at 336-299-3785. All are welcome!
Chicken and Waffle
Pintos and Mac n Cheese
Classes begin at 5pm followed by a meal in the Fellowship Hall.
K—5th graders: Holy Moly!
Kids will enjoy animated videos, creative activities, and age-appropriate Bible explorations.
Middle School WYFi
5pm—6:30pm WYFi in Room 100
6:30pm Sunday Night Life Dinner
High School WYFi
6:30pm Sunday Night Life Dinner
7pm—8:30 pm WYFi in Room 100
Coming in March and April
Holy Week Celebration for All Ages! | April 14
As a part of Sunday Night Life, on April 14, our church family is given a chance to explore the different symbols of Holy Week. What does it mean to journey with Jesus through this Holy Week? What is the role of prayer? What might the disciples have thought as they tasted the wine and bread, representatives of Christ’s life poured out and broken? Knowing Christ died for us, what does it mean to remember our baptismal vows in this season? A circuit of tables will be set up to give individuals and families a chance to walk through the symbols of our faith from this time in the life of Christ. Participants may gather reminders of this experience to take home and help them continue to explore and think about this season. At the end of this circuit, a special labyrinth will help us explore prayer as we think and pray about the events of Jesus’ life in the week that led to the resurrection of our Lord and Savior. This celebration is designed for any and all ages from 5pm—6pm.
At 6pm, families with children will gather to share the rest of the story and have an easter egg hunt!
The Inward Journey | March 3—April 28 (excluding Easter Sunday)
Using a new video series from Second Breath (formerly the Servant Leadership School of Greensboro), Ernie will help us look at how Scripture, science and the Christian wisdom tradition all point to ways in which spiritual practices can be transforming. We'll watch brief video presentations, have time for table discussions, and try out various practices that help us experience God's presence and love.
The Artisan Soul | March 3—April 7
Scott Neely, a longtime Presbyterian and local artist, will help us explore Erwin Raphael McManus’ The Artisan Soul: Crafting Your Life into a Work of Art. With poignant, inspirational stories and insights from art, life, history, and scripture interspersed throughout, this book walks readers through the process of crafting a life of beauty and wonder.
The Universal Christ | March 31—April 28 (excluding Easter Sunday)
We invite you to take the opportunity during Lent to dig deeper into a transformative view of Jesus Christ as a portrait of God's constant, unfolding work in the world. Sponsored by Westminster’s contemplative ministry, this class will explore a webcast and discussion sessions hosted by Biblical scholars Richard Rohr, John Dominic Crossan, and Jacqui Lewis.
In the Garden | March 3—April 14
This hands on class will prepare the raised beds we have at Westminster and plant vegetables that will be shared with Fresh Mobile Markets. In addition, this group will help update the work started last fall in the Serenity Garden on the back of the Talent Field. This class will be led by Emily Reeves and Dale Mitchell.