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Lent - Beginning March 1st - Adam Hamilton Unafraid: Living with Courage and Hope in Uncertain Times I am inviting our entire congregation engage in a five-week study of Adam Hamilton’s new book. Lent is our seasonal opportunity to look introspectively at the problems and issues that plague our lives and our world, a necessary prelude to embracing the hope and joy of Easter. Read more here…
Pastor Scott Anderson
Supporting Salvation Army Women and Children’s Shelter
Presbyterian Women of Westminster (PWW) has for several years supported the Salvation Army, designating our donations to the Women and Children’s shelter. In February and March the PWW and Mission Committee are going to have a special focus. During the month of March, Coins for a Cause will be designated for the Salvation Army Women and Children’s Shelter. During February and March we are also going to do a collection of items they need, especially women’s clothing in larger sizes, gloves and mittens, women’s boots, toddlers and children’s socks, and wash clothes, large bath towels, twin sheets, lighter blankets, quilts, comforters, sleeping bags. All of these items can be used but need to be clean and in good condition. There will be boxes, bins in the narthex to put your donations. With the cold weather this winter, the usual 45 women and children has been up to 60. Families in shelter have also doubled so they have been packed in. Once the temperature is 20 degrees or below, they open the doors to everyone, no one is turned away. Thank You!
Neighborhood Night Out
Join us for this free community event! Sunday, March 8 from 3:30-5:30 PM at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 4100 Nakoma Rd., Madison (enter on Yuma St. entrance) Magic! with Dynamic Illusionist Jimmy Denver! Games! Ice Cream Sundaes! Fun for all!
Annual Spring Rummage Sale April 4 - All Hands on Deck
It’s time to start cleaning out your closets, attics etc., because we need donations! Please remember that all donations should be gently used, clean (free of rips and stains), and in working condition. Please note that we cannot take major appliances, exercise equipment, mattresses, and tube TVs. Our storage space is limited, so it would be most helpful to us if you could bring your donations to fellowship hall on Wednesday 4/1, Thursday 2/2 or Friday 4/3. If you can’t make those days for drop off, you can still drop off early in room 10 during normal office hours. We also are in need of many volunteers for the sale. If you can spare a little time, we would appreciate it! Please sign up in the Narthex on the Rummage Sale Poster. Any questions, contact Rhea Schultz, Mary Ihlenfeldt, Paul Quin or Ruth Hein,