Lenten Bible Study

Theme:  Intergenerational Missions for Our Community

6-8 p.m. in Fellowship Hall

February 25, March 4, 11, 18

This 4-week series will focus on the following:

Listening to Each Other

A Culture of Empathy

A Warm Community

Be the Best Neighbors

Each week features lesson, discussion, games and snack.

Ash Wednesday Worship

As the season of Lent begins, please join us on Wednesday, February 14, at 7:00 p.m. for a service of worship including the imposition of ashes. Rev. Dr. David Clark and Rev. David Champ will officiate. Old Testament reading is Joel 2:1-2, 12-17 and New Testament reading is 2 Corinthians 5:16-6:2.

For the Food Pantry in February

Place items for the Project HOPE Food Pantry in the labeled bins in the welcome area. Item requested for February: canned fruit. Items always needed: coffee, juice, laundry soap, dish soap, cereal. Monetary donations are also welcome. Make your check payable to Westfield and write “HOPE Food” on the memo line.

Blankets for Babies Sewing Day is February 24

Blankets for Babies is coming on Saturday, February 24. From  9:30 am to  3 pm. there will be a lot of different jobs for all levels of skill. Bring your sewing machine to sew or scissors for hand work.  Bring your own sandwich for lunch. Soup will be provided.  

Winter VBS is Coming February 10!

Kids are crazy for critters with whiskers, tails, feather, or scales! That’s why kids will love our Winter VBS on Saturday, February 10, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Pets Unleashed: Where Jesus Cares “Fur” You is our Winter VBS Event!

This great day includes a morning (10 to noon) and afternoon (12:30 to 2:30) session with lunch in between. Preregistration is recommended. Just fill out and submit the information below.

Meet the Pastor Candidate

The Pastor Nominating Committee invites you to attend a Meet and Greet event to learn more about the pastor candidate.

Please join us on:

– Saturday, January 20, in Fellowship Hall for dessert between 5 and 7 p.m. and

– Sunday, January 21, in the Parlor for coffee and donuts between 9:00 and 10:15 a.m.

Listen to our candidate preach on Sunday, January 21 at the 11:00 a.m. service. A congregational vote will take place immediately after worship.

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 occasional basis. Sign up poster is in the Narthex. Or contact Lorraine Book at 724-944-6982. 

Transportation. With our aging population growing we have an increasing need for providing rides to doctor appointments. This is an easy way for us to serve the family of God. If you have daytime hours available to minister to someone in this way please call Ken Lytle at 724-667-8282 or Lorraine Book at 724-944-6982 Jfbook@verizon.net