05.10.2020

05.10.2020

Construction Resumes 05.07.2020

Construction Resumes 05.07.2020

New windows 05.07.2020

New windows 05.07.2020

COVID-19 Response
We are living in unprecedented times, and while the church building sits empty, Westminster has not gone away. Staff members, lay leaders, members and friends alike continue to be the living body of Christ. Online worship services, classes, discussion groups, morning and evening devotions punctuate the calendar daily. Pastoral care continues over the phone. Meals are being collected every week to serve the hungry. The church remains at work and in prayer. Know that we are here. Share that we are here. Take a moment to learn about all the ways in which you can participate from where you are.

In Christ,
The Westminster Staff
 

Ways to Connect

  • Facebook
    •  + Our page is Westminster Pres-Tiburon, or click on the Facebook button.           Facebook
  • YouTube
    •  + Our channel is WPC Tiburon, or click on the YouTube button.       Youtube
  • E-News
    •   + We  send you a weekly email with the most recent updates. Let Rob or Bethany know if you would like to be added to this email.

  • Zoom
    •  + Many mid-week gatherings happen over Zoom. Links are sent in the eNews, or be in touch with the staff for a specific link. (See Zoom calendar below.)

  • Telephone and email
    •  + All church staff are still available by phone and email. Don't hesitate to reach out!


WORSHIP May 24, 2020

 

Worship Bulletin    SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

 

Pentecost Coloring Page

 


Youth Ministry Video Series

What:   Prodigal Parent Video Series: Spiritual Practices for the Whole Family             
When:   Wednesdays at 12:00pm (May 20th- June 24th)                                                   

Where:  WPC Facebook and YouTube channels

Who:     Anybody with kids of any age in the house!

It appears that we aren’t going to be together for normal Sunday morning activities for awhile still.  So, a group of youth pastors in Marin got together to talk through various things families can be doing at home now to help your kids grow deeper in their faith.  As youth pastors we know that the spirit of our youth (and parents) are being put to the test currently.  Now, probably more than ever, our youth need to deepen their faith.  Our hope is that one or two of these will help fill a void in not just your children's spirits, but also yours.

  • *  Week 1 - Simple Family Devotionals and Prayer Wall  
  • *  Week 2 - Functional Faith
  • *  Week 3 - Reflection and Memorization
  • * Week 4 - Prayer in Color
  • * Week 5 - Bible Project and Self-Care (Use the Apps!)
  • * Week 6 - Global Missions and Encouragement

 


Zoom This Week

If you need help, we have put together a tech team to offer assistance over the phone. To connect via Zoom for any of the activities, please contact Bethany by email for the link: .

* NEW - WPC "Kind of Happy Hour" - Enjoy some light-hearted time and check in with one of the Westminster staff. A different staff member will host each happy hour. Let Bethany know which happy hour you would like to attend to receive the Zoom link.

         + RuthE - Tuesday, May 26th at 5:30pm

          + Rob - Friday, May 29th at 4:30pm

          + Jeff - Monday, June 1st at 4:30pm

          + Bethany - Wednesday, June 3rd at 5:00pm

*   Yoga with Erin Elliott - Every Monday, 9:30am, all levels welcome.

*    Men's Connection - Every Friday, 6:30 - 7:30am

*  Movie Discussion - Every Tuesday, 2:30-3:30pm - Upcoming May 26th, "East Side Sushi";  led by Jim and Pat Arce.   Film Schedule
  Wednesday Morning Class - May 20th & 27th, 9:30am - "What Makes for Good Community."  Join Rob McClellan for a two-week series on what makes for faithful and effective community in these times.

*    "Homeschool Heartaches and Encouragement "- Weds., May 27 at 4:00pm.  Rob will host a time for those laboring through the challenges of homeschooling their children on top of all else for which they're responsible. A time for sharing our experiences and getting back in touch with a deeper strength and sense of purpose in this important but challenging work.

*   "Starting the Day Strong" - Friday, June 5th at 9:30am. Led by Bethany, bring your coffee and share about how we might start the day focused on God's blessings.

*    Upcoming Workshop - "Practical Skills for Open-Hearted Communication"  by Ruth Schweitzer-Mordecai.  Zoom  class, Wednesdays, every two weeks beginning May 27 - July 8.  For more information and how to register, click below:     

   Open-Hearted Communication Workshop

Teens

If you have a teen, please visit our High School and Middle School pages for the latest news from Jeff Shankle.  

  *    For High School: go to  https://www.wpctiburon.org/connect/high-school/

   *   For Middle School: Sunday evening worship gathering from 4:00 - 4:45pm. Contact Jeff for details to connect to Zoom. For more  information on our  Middle School program, go to https://www.wpctiburon.org/connect/middle-school/

 


Online and TEXT Giving Available

Thank you for the many ways in which you keep this ministry going. Please click on the link below if you would like to make a donation.

 

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Wednesday Bag Lunch Program 

Jeff and kids, dog      Bag Lunch4

 

The word is out! What started as a Youth Ministry effort is growing. We invite you to join the Wednesday Bag Lunch Program. Please click on the button below for the details.

 

"Dear Amazing People,
Over the last 7 weeks WPC volunteers have delivered 1000 lunches! We began the program to help Sausalito Presbyterian Church by augmenting their Wednesday Hot Lunch Program with 25 bag lunches. Our efforts have now expanded to help those in need being served by St. Vincent de Paul in San Rafael. Those of you who have given so much, thank you!

The Shelter in Place order continues to impact local residents and restaurants from providing meals for many in the community. The need is great. Sausalito Pres now asks for 30 lunches and St. Vincent's can use any and everything we can offer. We invite those of you who can to join us in keeping this  program going. Regardless of how many lunches you can provide, the risk of us being unable to feed the many in need will be eased.

I love being in the WPC parking lot on Wednesdays as the volunteers bring in their bags of love to be distributed by our delivery team. You all lift up the spirits of scores of people who would not eat that day were it not for you. Thank you!"

Blessings to you all.
On behalf of Rob, Bethany, and Jeff S.,
Jeff H.

 

Bag Lunch Program Details
 
 
 

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