Current Calendar





In the Pulpit, Rev. Robert McClellan


  8:30 am




Worship - Communion

Nursery Care Available


 10:00 am





Worship - Communion

Sunday School:  Pre-K - Middle School

Nursery Care Available



 11:15 am


  12:15 pm



Fellowship Cafe


Youth at Open Cathedral








No Church Events





9:30 am

6:00 pm

7:00 pm


Prayer Group

Foundations of Our Presbyterian Faith

Commission Meetings





9:30 am




Adult Class - Religion in China with Ted Scott







12:00 pm

6:00 pm

7:00 pm

 Hot Lunch for those in need

Visionary Marin

Choir Rehearsal






6:30 am





  Men's Connection






No Church Events





In the Pulpit, Rev. Bethany Nelson


  8:30 am



  9:15 am


Faith Cafe

Nursery Care Available

Christmas Pageant Rehearsals

 10:00 am






Sunday School - Pre-K - Middle School

Nursery Care Available



  11:15 am




4:00 pm

Fellowship Café

Aging Wisely Series, Part 3

Confirmation Class

Middle School Lunch with Rob

Exploring Holy Ground - Part 2





Youth at Open Cathedral         Nov. 2, 12:15pm

We will provide a meal after a special outdoor worship service, where most of the congregants are homeless. We will meet at 12:15pm to make sandwiches, and then head to San Francisco to serve lunch. We will return to WPC at 4:00. Middle and high school youth are welcome.  RSVP to Nicole. 


Foundations of Our Faith    Nov. 4, 6:00pm

We open with 15 minutes of quiet meditation in the sanctuary followed by 45 minutes of discussion;  Come for the class and stay for commission night (7-8 p.m.)!


Religion in China        Nov. 5, 9:30am 

China's recent economic rise is well documented. What is the status of religion there, specifically Christianity? Ted Scott will reflect on his recent trip to China.


Aging Wisely Part 3         Nov 9, 11:15am

The final in the Aging Wisely series - “How Will You Say Goodbye?” Speakers Ann Parenetto, MS, of Hospice by the Bay, and Dr. Edgar Angelone, a neuropsychologist, will discuss how to make informed end-of-life decisions and how to communicate your decisions to your family and loved ones. Check out the Resources table. Free and open to the public; Light refreshments will be served. 


Middle School Lunch with Rob     Nov. 9, 11:15am 

We will head out for a fun lunch and discussion with Rob; bring $15 for lunch and frozen yogurt. RSVP to if interested.


Exploring Holy Ground Series         Nov. 9, 4:00 pm

The second in this outdoor series is titled Water’s Edge at Blackie’s Pasture in Tiburon. This will be an evening walk where Julie Barnes will lead us in weaving spiritual practice with a sunset at waters' edge.  Our movements will be short and on flat ground.  For more information, Steffen Bartschat @  


Adult Sunday School Class     Nov. 12 & 19, 9:30am

Looking at the problem of God and Human Suffering: Where does suffering come from? It is something God causes or do events just happen? Where is God in our suffering? Why do we not always feel God’s presence? We will look at classical answers from the Christian tradition. You will have the opportunity to develop your own position on the topic; Materials available for reading on the Narthex table.  Please email with questions.


Alternative Christmas Fair    Nov. 16 & 23, 11:15am

This year we will be creating a Christmas bazaar of worthy charities offering opportunities to make donations in the name of a friend or family member.  It’s the perfect gift for a child to a grandparent or for someone who has everything.  Plan to get the holiday spirit with music, treats and the glow of giving.  We look forward to seeing everyone there.


Men’s Winter Shelter      Nov. 16 and Dec. 14, 5:00pm

WPC will host a group of homeless men for dinner and overnight stay.  If you would like to bring part of the meal or would like to help serve the dinner and work in the kitchen, please contact Anne Briggin at or 789-8666.  We appreciate your help!


Men's Night at Westminster      Nov. 21, 4:30pm

You are invited to connect with other men of the church as we swap stories, hear music, experience camaraderie and are given something to think about: Living From Intention.


Manna Bags       Nov. 23, 11:15am

All youth are invited to make packages of non-perishable food items to give out to those in need. Keep them in your car and hand them out as needed. All supplies will be provided.


Habitat for Humanity Workday     Dec. 6, 8:00am

Join us for a Habitat for Humanity workday at the new Mt. Burdell Place project in Novato, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Carpooling will be available. Contact Scott Bucey, (415-738-3342), for information and enrollment instructions; Adults and youth ages 16 and up.