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We invite you to connect with Westminster Presbyterian Church through our many educational and fellowship opportunities. We have activities, groups, and studies for everyone. Meet new friends, reconnect with old ones and join us today!
Join us in the Parlor for coffee and friendly conversation following the Sunday morning worship, beginning the Sunday after Labor Day and ending on the Sunday before Memorial Day.
Every Monday and Thursday afternoon at the Kellogg Executive 9 Golf Course in Peoria, a small group of Westminster church members assembles for fun, fellowship and nine holes of golf. Golf season begins in the spring, as soon as the weather permits. We play well into the fall, as long as the weather cooperates. We welcome you to join us! Call the church office at 309-673-8501 for more details.
Westminster Presbyterian’s Circle of Friends meets nine times a year on the first Tuesday of the month at 9 a.m. We meet in homes, at the church, and occasionally in public places. As we join in this time of fellowship, we bring things to the group that challenges our thinking, teach us about our communion, and are of a spiritual nature.
Over the past year, we studied the Bible, learned about community volunteer opportunities, discussed books we read, sent notes and Valentine’s greetings to our homebound members, and discussed recent trips our members took. During coffee and refreshments, we visit and catch up on each other and what’s going on in our lives. Call the church office at 309-673-8501 for meeting details and locations.
Join us weekly for fellowship and great conversation at the Men’s Coffee Fellowship meeting every Wednesday, 7:30 a.m., at Panera Bread, 2601 W. Lake Ave. Men of the congregation enjoy having a place to gather each week for some quality time with each other and the Lord.
“Throughout the week, there are many worldly things pulling me away from my commitment to God. I come to church on Sunday at Westminster to reconnect and renew my relationship with Him. Part of my worship is to ask him for forgiveness for my lack of faithfulness. I leave, reminded that he loves me, forgives me, and walks beside me every day. What a profound blessing that is!”