What Should I Expect?
We gather on Sundays to worship our King. We do this through scripture readings, a blended musical style of worship, and a gospel-centered sermon. You can watch recent sermons here: facebook and read our bulletin, called the WestPress, here: /worship-media/westpress
Worship- 11:00 AM Sundays
See Sunday School information for:
adults here: /ministries/adults
youth here: /ministries/youth
children here: /ministries/children
See Wednesday night information here: /ministries/wow
Service Time: Our service is at 11:00 AM on Sunday mornings. Please see below about our Children's Ministry.
Live Stream: We are live streaming our service on our Facebook page on Sunday mornings at 11:00. If you are unable to join us in person, please worship with us virtually by clicking here:facebook
COVID-19 Masks/Distancing: Recently the CDC announced that people who are fully vaccinated do not need to continue masking or social distancing in any settings. Additionally, Governor Justice waived the mask and social distancing mandates (for the vaccinated) that have been in place in West Virginia. Accordingly, Westminster has made masks optional immediately. Unless there are changes to the status of the pandemic, wearing a mask will be a matter of individual conscience for both the vaccinated and the unvaccinated as we move forward at Westminster. No matter one’s own outlook and decision on that issue, let us strive to continue offering love and respect to one another.
On that note, concerning those who may continue wearing a mask in church, it would seem to follow that they would want to continue with the safety precautions in general. Please respectfully allow people who are masked to continue social distancing, For those who are unmasked, it would seem to follow that they are comfortable with the health environment and no social distancing will be required or requested in those cases.
Children: Children ages 3 to 2nd grade may attend Children's Church when prompted during the service. Snacks are served.
What should I wear?
Come as you are. Some people feel more comfortable dressing up on Sunday mornings and some are more comfortable in jeans.