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Thoreau Elementary

The Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) and​​ Thoreau Elementary School​​ staff use our facilities for various meetings and activities.

The city of Madison has fostered the development of neighborhood associations to build a sense of community among neighbors, provide the neighborhoods​​ with an effective communication link with​​ government officials regarding policy, planning, and projects, and empower residents to work together to improve​​ their neighborhood. Westminster is fortunate to be centered​​ within the​​ boundaries of the Crawford-Marlborough-Nakoma Neighborhood​​ Association (CMNNA), a socially and environmentally​​ aware community, supportive of their local schools and the​​ adjoining UW Arboretum. Their website lists many neighborhood activities and projects, and the Association uses​​ Fellowship Hall for meetings several times each year. We​​ have agreed to​​ jointly promote events which may be attractive to​​ the​​ Westminster congregation and​​ our otherwise separate​​ neighborhood​​ communities.


Badgerland​​ Council​​ Girl Scout troop 2911 meets in Fellowship Hall during the school year. Many in the troop attend Cherokee Heights Middle School, and​​ they were excited to hear about and supportive of Westminster's involvement in the new Cherokee's food pantry initiative.

Madison College (MATC) pays a nominal fee for occupying classroom space at Westminster, teaching enrichment continuing education classes in Oil Painting and Matting and Framing.

The​​ Girls Rock Camp​​ of Madison​​ contracted with the church to hold three weeks of instruction and performances in​​ the Fellowship Hall during the summer of 2018. This is a return appearance - good people, great fun.