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Thank you for visiting Westminster Presbyterian Church of Portage, Michigan online. We hope our website will help you get to know us or discover new opportunities for worship, learning, fellowship, and service.
We invite you to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to talk with you, welcome you to worship with us, or include you in the life of our church.
Our Sunday morning worship service is now both in-person and livestreamed. However you participate, you are welcome!
If you are unable to worship with us in person, weinvite you to join us is at 9:30 AM each Sunday for our live-streamed service.
On the first Sunday of each month our service includes celebration of communion.
In-person worship resumed June 13! At this time, we have an attendance limit, with advance sign up, and a few simple precautions. Contact the church to find out more.
CHURCH OFFICE HOURS:
Monday & Wednesday, 9:30 am-4:30 pm
Thursday, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Pastors Janet & Jerry are working from home at other times and are available for by phone for pastoral care and other needs.
SUMMER SERMON SERIES: The Jesus We Follow
WORSHIP THIS SUNDAY
"Listening to Jesus"
scripture: Matthew 5:21-48
Join us online via Facebook at 9:30 am
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to go to the Westminster Facebook page
ART EXHIBIT OPEN !
for viewing by individuals or small groups, through June 30.
Mondays & Wednesdays 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
Sundays May 16 & 23, June 6,13, & 27
10:30 am - 1 pm
Friday June 3 6-8 pm
+ other times by appointment.
Need more info?
visit our Westminster Art Festival website
We are proud to sponsor the
WESTMINSTER ART FESTIVAL
An annual juried exhibit on an environmental theme
Celebrating God's creation & the arts as an expression of faith.
The 2021 Art Festival
"What Country Do Rains Come From?"
May 1 - June 30.
to read more about this annual event,
or to see pictures from previous exhibits
Food for thought
“Do not abandon yourself to despair. We are Easter people, and hallelujah is our song"
— Pope John Paul II