Roadsters

Westminster’s Roadsters programs are planned with senior adults in mind. Westminster members and friends have the opportunity to take day trips in the DC area or attend special events in the church. Destinations may include historic homes, gardens, area galleries, plays, concerts, and parks. Trained drivers provide transportation from the church using a 15-passenger bus. For more information, contact Patty Chamberlain, Director.

Upcoming Events

Please register for events with Patty Chamberlain.

Lunch & Learn on Monday, April 24

We’re excited that Westminster member Chris Miles will be our keynote speaker! Chris works in the office of the Architect of the U.S. Capitol and will speak about the renovations of the Capitol building. Join us for lunch at 12:15 PM in Haverkamp Room. Cost: $10.

Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America on Monday, May 15

We will take a guided tour of the Monastery and then walk around the gardens. Lunch will be after. Cost: $2 plus lunch. Meet in the church parking lot at 10:00 AM.

Lunch at Northside 10 on Monday, June 19

Join us for lunch at one of Alexandria’s newest restaurants. Cost: $2 plus lunch. Meet in the church parking lot at 11:15 AM. Please note this is a change from the previous June event.

 
Little Theatre of Alexandria

Attend the dress rehearsal of LTA’s productions! Shows begin at 8:00 PM; arrive between 7:30 and 7:45 to pick up your ticket from one of our members. No bus service available.

Thursday, April 20: The Fabulous Lipitones. What happens when a barbershop quartet is forced to take on an unconventional replacement when one of their members suddenly dies? A comical and moving story about the power of song, prejudice, and friendship.

Thursday, June 1: Red, White and Tuna. LTA returns to the third smallest town in Texas to celebrate Red, White, and Tuna! Welcome to Tuna, where the Lion’s Club is too liberal, Patsy Cline never dies, and the residents never stop listening to OKKK, the local radio station. In this hilarious third installment of LTA’s 2009 production of Greater Tuna, two actors again create the memorable population of Tuna, including a few hippies who have returned to their roots for their high school reunion.