Entries by Westfield

Blood Drive Set for January 25, 2018

Westfield will host a Red Cross community blood drive on Thursday, January 25, from 1:30 – 7:00 p.m, To register, please visit www.redcross.org or contact coordinator Lee Ann Martin. Please consider donating life-saving blood.

Merry Christmas Wishes!

Our Christmas Post Office is open for your cards and greetings for Westfield members and friends now through December 24. Save some postage and drop off your cards in our alphabetical boxes. Remember to check to see if you have any mail.

Volunteers Needed For Meals and Transportation

The monthly community meal has been serving our community for four years. In an effort to ensure longevity of this vital ministry, the deacons envision a group of volunteers who help only a few times a year  in order to aid the volunteers who come every month. Please consider signing up to help on an […]

Happy Birthday, Jesus! – Sunday, December 17

Happy Birthday, Jesus! It’s An All-Church Party for the King of Kings!! Join us during the Sunday School hour (9:45 – 10:45 a.m.) on Sunday, December 17.  Children and adults are invited and encouraged to join in the festivities. We will use this hour to be reminded why we celebrate Christmas as we “assemble” a […]

PNC Update

The PNC is working diligently to find Westfield’s next called pastor. We thank you for your continuing prayers, not only for us, but for our next pastor, whomever God may be calling. Times of discernment and change can be a challenge for all parties involved.  That is why we need your prayers as our work […]

Work as Worship Retreat

Register Now Westfield Presbyterian Church is pleased to host the 2018 Work as Worship Retreat, offered by RightNow Media. Eleven influential business leaders and pastors will discuss what it looks like to connect faith and work. Taking place as a 1–Day Local Church Retreat on February 23, 2018, the live event in Dallas will be […]

Cookies for a Cause

The Touched by Nathan Foundation in the Greater Mahoning Valley supports families with babies born with fragile conditions. Formed in memory of Nathan Pavalko by his parents in 1999,  it offers education, help, and comfort to inspire hope in an understanding and compassionate way. On Saturday, November 25, from 9-12 Westfield will bake cookies to […]

Family Event at Heinz History Center

Enjoy a Saturday at the Heinz History Center on November 11. Admission is $16/adults, $6.50 for those age 5-17, $14 for seniors age 62+, and free for those 4 and younger. We will gather in the History Center’s Great Hall just before noon for a moving and patriotic flag ceremony. Join local veterans and other […]