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Thank you for visiting Westminster Presbyterian Church of Portage, Michigan online. We hope that 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 one of our many activities.
We are seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant for our church office. more info >
Our regular Sunday morning worship service in the sanctuary has been suspended at least through September 13.
We invite you to join us is at 9:30 AM each Sunday for our live-streamed service, which includes communion on the first Sunday of each month.
WORSHIP THIS SUNDAY,:
"Sighs Too Deep for Words" ~ Romans 8:18-28
Lisa Buesing, Guest Preacher
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CHURCH OFFICE HOURS are limited
during the coronavirus crisis.
Please call the office and leave a message if you need to speak with a staff member.
Please limit visits to the church to necessary church business and ministry during this time.
Pastors Janet & Jerry are working from home at other times and are available for by phone for pastoral care and other needs.
For information about fellowship, small groups, and other opportunities via Zoom, please contact one of the pastors.
It will be a little different this year but the
2020 Westminster Art Festival
will be held August 1 - September 30.
Open hours for August:
Saturday, August 1 6-8 m
Sundays 10:45- noon
Mondays & Wednesdays 1-4 pm
or by appointment
Additional hours will be announced
(Masks and physical distancing expected)
visit our Art Festival website for more info
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 2020 Art Festival has been rescheduled
for August 1 - September 30
"Sacred Places, Wild Spaces"
to learn more
and to see pictures from the 2019 Art Festival
Food for thought
"Without nourishing our own souls, we can't nourish the world, for we cannot give what we do not have. "