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Westminster's Annual Congregational Meeting will be held on Sunday, January 27 right after the 10am service.  You are welcome to review the Annual Report of the activities of the Commissions, committees and groups of the congregation. The year end Financial Report and Budget for 2019 can be found under the Financial heading on the Member Page.

Annual Report for 2018


       

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Week of February 10, 2019

Winter Hike Series
Walk in Fellowship while celebrating our beautiful area. Explore new and familiar trails with old and new friends. Pick one walk or try them all. Each walk will increase in distance. By March you will have deepened your friendships, explored new trails, and built up your hiking abilities for exploring more places with friends and family. February 9, Green Gulch and Muir Beach, 10am-2pm, 5 miles, moderate Hike from Muir Beach to Green Gulch, Up Middle Gulch and then loop down and back to beach. One Steep up hill area. February 23 at 10am, Pantoll to Stinson Beach; March 23 at 10:30am, Point Reyes. See Polly Chandler to RSVP and for more details. ( )

What Does the Bible Say About Migrants?       Sundays, February 10 & 17
Rob will lead a Scripture study to help us understand some biblical perspectives on issues relevant to us today; following worship.

New Member/Inquirer Class       Sunday, February 10, 11:15am
If you are curious about Westminster and are considering membership, you are invited to meet with The Rev. Rob McClellan and The Rev. Bethany Nelson for information and discussion about who Westminster is and where it is going. Please request a membership folder from one of the pastors to review in advance; RSVP to ; please notify us if you need daycare.

Pancake Breakfast       Sunday, February 10, 11:15am
Join the high school youth group for some delicious food at their annual Pancake Breakfast. The breakfast is free, but your donations will help us make a significant lasting impact in San Diego during our annual mission trip there. Parents, please have your high schoolers here at 9:00am to set up and cook!

Yoga for Every Body       Mondays, February 11-March 25, 9:30am
Start your Monday morning with a deeply nourishing-mind, body and spirit-yoga class appropriate for all levels and abilities. Get familiar with Erin’s teaching style by watching this five-minute mini-documentary on her website https://erinelliottyoga.com/2018/08/. Or reach out at erinielliott7@gmail.com/415-601-1037 for more information. Suggested donation $15. Bring your own mat (or extras will be provided). Note: no class on Monday, February 18.

Bible Study       Tuesdays, February 12, March 5 & 19, 6:00pm
Rob will be teaching the Bible study class on the Gospel of Mark on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month; Meet in the library. (note date change -February only).

As the Curtain Falls       Wednesday, February 13, 9:30am
We will explore end of life concerns and questions, as well as views of what comes after. With Ted and Rob.

Interfaith Meditation       Wednesday, February 13, 5:30pm
The Marin Interfaith Council hosts this monthly meditation series at First Presbyterian, San Rafael. In February, WPC's parish associate, Rev. Ted Scott will lead the meditation.

Interfaith Retreat       Tuesday, February 26, 10:00am
Facilitated by Rev. Scott Quinn and Kathleen Denison at Santa Sabina Retreat Center, this day-long retreat will focus on "Inhabiting the Heart of the Divine Within You." See Bethany or marinifc.org to register.

Women Connecting       Tuesday, February 26, 6:30pm
Our group of women meets monthly to respond to a relevant faith/life questions over dinner. Our presenters this month will be Adrienne Krug and Bethany Nelson, on the topic of “The Power of Story.” If you are new to Women Connecting, please RSVP to Judy Friede at ; meet in Findlay Hall.

Council of Dads       Thursday, February 28, 6:00pm
This group meets the 4th Thursday of each month for a light supper and discussion of issues facing dads of all ages, offering access to ideas and voices of experience in an informal and collegial setting. This is a nice opportunity to deepen relationships with a cross-section of WPC men. For more information contact Hamp Mauvais:

Ash Wednesday Service       Wednesday, March 6, 9:30am
We will usher in the Lenten season with a contemplative service featuring readings, prayer, music, and the traditional imposition of ashes.

WPC Women’s Retreat       March 29-30
We will gather at St. Columba’s retreat house in Inverness for a time of reflecting and sharing, facilitated by the Rev. Stephanie Ryder. Stephanie will focus on “Connecting with the Divine Within.” Registration forms available in the narthex. Contact Gwen Mauvais ( ), Judy Friede ( ), or Anita Lowe ( ) with questions.

Family Camp at Tahoe       June 30-July 5
As you schedule your summer, plan to join Rob and his family for Family Camp at Zephyr Point, a Presbyterian retreat center with modern amenities on Tahoe’s South Shore. Enjoy the chance to relax and reconnect. Program offerings for children, youth, and parents. Register now: www.zephyrpoint.org, 775-588-6759.

 


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