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.
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.
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
Join us for a fun evening, starting at 6 p.m. Bring a wrapped present worth $5-$10 to participate in our grab bag exchange.
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 manger – reading various Bible verses and learning the Nativity Story. Cake and refreshments will be served.
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 continues. Our PNC members are: Keith Breuer, Pat Byers, Sonja Gettemy, Cyndee Patton, Ken Shiderly, Jr., Andy Shillingburg, Delta Stoner, Jill Trotter, Sam Vastano.
Help spread the word! On Thursday, November 30, JOY (Just Older Youth) participants are invited to have an afternoon at the movies when we plan to see the movie “WONDER”. Join us for our exercise (at 11), our potluck lunch (at 12)and great fellowship before heading out for the movie.
Exercise with Susan each week beginning at 11:00 a.m.
November 30: Potluck Luncheon – bring your best dish to share
December 7: Lunch and a Movie, Blood pressure readings the 1st Thursday of every month
December 14: Avoiding Scams with speaker Pam Marlowe
December 21: Name That Tune, Christmas Craft & more
December 28: Twelve Days of Christmas
Saturday, December 16, 6:00 p.m.
Highland Meadows Farm,
551 McClain Road, Enon Valley
How do you tell an old story in a new way, especially when it’s the most important story of all? That’s the problem facing a young writer who is trying to write the annual church Christmas play. Bored by the same old manger and angels and shepherds, she tries to liven it by turning the humble and familiar characters into pop stars, superheroes, gangsters, and circus performers in her imagination. She has loads of fun during this creative process, interacting with her jazzed-up versions of these characters. Yet, as they play out the story in her bedroom, she starts to see things differently and comes to realize how amazing the Biblical account really is… just the way it is, was, and always will be. She realizes it’s truly everyone’s story.
Join us this holiday season for a comedic tale of a writer struggling to recapture the meaning of the greatest story ever told. You’ll get a chance to interact with the traditional and beloved characters of the incredible account of Jesus’ birth as well as some unexpected guests. There are guaranteed to be a lot of laughs and a rekindling of your love for the miraculous event that changed the world.
We are currently SOLD OUT! To be placed on our waiting list, please call the Westfield Church office at 724.667.7045.
Written by Kara Wilkins. Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc. Englewood, Colorado.
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 web-streamed to over 2,000 churches around the world.
Join Patrick Lencioni (Author, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team), Joel Manby (CEO, SeaWorld), Phil Vischer (Creator, VeggieTales and Jellyfish Labs), Wendy Davidson (President, US Specialty Channels Kellogg Company), Matt Chandler (Lead Pastor, The Village Church), and others in a day filled with real-life stories, biblical teaching, and practical wisdom that will equip believers in the marketplace to see their work as an opportunity to care for their families, fulfill their calling, and bring glory to God.
Online registration can be completed after October 29 at www.workasworshipretreat.org.