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 Nancy Hall Berens, Director of Congregational Life.
Please register for events with Nancy Hall Berens or with the church office.
Monday, January 22: Lunch at Lena’s
Meet at the church at 12:30 PM and we’ll have lunch together at Lena’s. Cost: $2 plus lunch.
Friday, February 16: Lunch and Learn
In honor of African American History Month, and as a follow-up to the Dessert & Dialogue program last fall, we will watch the PBS documentary “John Lewis: Get in the Way” about this civil rights hero, congressman, and human rights champion. The film illustrates and expands on Congressman Lewis’ personal statement at Westminster’s Dessert & Dialogue, including television footage of his involvement in important events during the civil rights movement. $10 for lunch. 12 PM in Haverkamp Room.
Monday, March 12: Dinner followed by Author Talk
The Roadsters group will gather in Fellowship Hall at 6:30 PM for dinner before going up to Haverkamp Room to hear Dr. Jay Lombard speak to the congregation at 7:30 PM about the book featured in this year’s Congregational Book Read, The Mind of God: Neuroscience, Faith, and a Search for the Soul. A behavioral neurologist and cofounder of Genomind, Dr. Lombard treats complex & intractable cases that overlap in the world between neurology & psychiatry.
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, February 22: The Audience
From the writer of the critically acclaimed Netflix drama, The Crown, playwright Peter Morgan takes you behind the scenes of Buckingham Palace. For the past 60 years, Queen Elizabeth has met with each of her 12 prime ministers in private, weekly meetings at Buckingham Palace. From Churchill to Margaret Thatcher, Morgan imagines what these meetings would be like as they span decades of the Queen’s reign.