The Chronicle is Westminster’s monthly newsletter. Each month’s edition begins with a note from one of the pastors, followed by a report on life events within the congregation. You’ll also find reports from our committees on special events and mission activities, plus information on upcoming events and special services.
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As we begin a new program year, Whitney shares with us about being "too something" to try something new; the Local Mission committee describes an exciting change in the George Mason Tutoring Program; we kick-off the 2018-2019 adult education theme, Embracing Transformation; Ben tells us about the new staff arrangement for music and a new music program, Westminster Presents; We introduce our new Director of Seniors Pastoral Care; we get an update from the APNC; and the National Mission committee shares about its July trips to Spirit Lake and corn gleaning.
The fifth Chronicle of 2018 features a message from Larry Hayward on faith a graciousness; an update from the Associate Pastor Nominating Committee; congratulations for our high school and college graduates; sign up for Tables for 8, a corn gleaning trip, and the Appalachia Service Project; and more!
The fourth Chronicle of 2018 features a message from Larry Hayward on coffeemakers and patience, talks about the last two classes in the Adult Formation "Toward Fuller Faith and Service" program, gives info on several upcoming mission opportunities including Rise Against Hunger, mentions several women's gatherings including the PW Spring Gathering at Westminster, and more!
The third Chronicle of 2018 features a message from Larry Hayward on "making tomorrow's memories", highlights Holy Week and Easter, looks forward to the next phase of Adult Formation's "Toward Fuller Faith and Service" program, provides information on the upcoming Young Families Retreat, Music & More Week, and...more!
The second Chronicle of 2018 features a message from Larry Hayward on civility, highlights events in Lent, the upcoming Women's and Young Families' Retreats, the recent Dinner & Dessert Auction for Youth Mission programs, and talks about how to apply for our annual Westminster Community Grants.
The first Chronicle of 2018 highlights the Compassion Guild in a message from Patrick Hunnicutt, opportunities for worship and education coming up in the season of Lent, spotlights an Ambassador in Mission with Senior Services of Alexandria, and outlines opportunities for fellowship for children, men, women, and more!