“Come Lord Jesus, be our guest.”

My mom always began this unison prayer to settle the family each night at the dinner table.

When guests came to visit, she set the table with the good things in honor of their presence at our table.
This weekend we will celebrate The Lord’s Supper in worship and invite you to do so in your home, in communion with others in their homes.

If I were to set the table at my home, I would pull out a small table runner. Adorned with the Jerusalem cross, it reminds me of the Old City of Jerusalem, where I purchased the fabric after a pilgrimage walk. My friend Katie who was a fellow pilgrim, sewed this runner and two more, one for herself and another mutual friend, Laura. The cloth symbolizes those precious relationships that sustain me. 

I’d pull out a wooden bowl, made by another friend’s father to hold the bread. Kenneth’s faith and unshakable ethics continue to guide me although he was laid to rest years ago.

Lastly, I’d use a pitcher from my mom’s college, Monmouth College in Monmouth, IL. Mom did not care so much for the pitcher, but my Depression-era grandma treasured all things useful and most of all that she was able to send her daughter to college, a privilege she did not enjoy.

My faith comes from so many and all those who taught me to pray: “Come Lord Jesus” and who nurture my faith. 
This weekend, Jesus invites you to his table along with all the saints in your life. I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday. 

Sunday, February 7

All are welcome to join us for livestream worship services. See below for YouTube links to the services.

Lord's Supper
As part of our service, you will be invited to participate in the Lord’s Supper. Please have bread and drink on hand.

9:00 a.m. Bridge Contemporary Worship
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship 
Called to Sustain
Jo Forrest
Livestream Worship Services
9:00 a.m. Bridge Contemporary Worship
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship
Giving to Westminster

While we are not currently gathering in our church building, the work of our church goes on, thanks to our members, our many volunteers, and our staff. Your giving ensures that our church remains financially healthy.

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Mail your check payable to Westminster Presbyterian Church to Richard Mills, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2040 Washington Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15241. Designate the fund in the memo line.
Events for Sunday, February 7

Virtual Genesis 2.0 Adult Bible Study, 10:00 a.m. - Read more.

Virtual Sunday School for Children, 10:00 a.m. - Join us on Zoom or contact Natalie Brown with questions.

Fresh Air, Fresh Faces - Getting to Know Jo Forrest, Sundays through February 21 - Read more.
Fellowship Time

We all miss socializing after in-person worship on Sundays. Oh for the days when we took for granted having a cup of coffee and a cookie (or two) together!

Please join us as we come together virtually for just 30 minutes on the first Sunday of each month after worship on a Zoom call for some small talk, sharing, and maybe a few laughs!

Bridge (Contemporary Worship) Fellowship Time
February 7
9:45 - 10:15 a.m.
Meeting ID: 883 9106 7540

Traditional Worship Fellowship Time
February 7
11:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Meeting ID: 871 9846 2374
February Series
Westminster Seminars Online

Paths of Pilgrimage
Rev. Ken White, Rev. Louise Rogers, Sandy Conley, Doug Mitchell
Sundays, February 7, 14, 21, 28
10:00 - 10:45 a.m. on Zoom

Ken White, pastor from Southminster, Thomas Presbyterian, and Newlonsburg Presbyterian Churches, will be our guest on Zoom for the first two sessions. He will discuss the spiritual meaning of pilgrimages as he shares his personal adventures. Please join the group on Sunday mornings to see how God is revealed to us as we travel across the world. Read more.

Meeting ID: 874 8815 1092
Passcode: 737182
Baby Bundles Ministry

You can help us support the new moms at East Liberty Family Health Care Center by donating gently used or new infant baby clothing, 0 to 3 month size, by February 21. Each Baby Bundle consists of baby clothes and a digital thermometer wrapped in a handmade baby blanket made by Westminster volunteers. Read more or contact Jan Baumann.
Looking Ahead

Blood Drive, Sunday, February 21 - Read more.
Last Week's Worship Services

Both the contemporary and traditional services from last Sunday are available to watch on our YouTube channel by clicking here.
Contact Us

Westminster Presbyterian Church
2040 Washington Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15241

Senior Pastor, Head of Staff

Associate Pastor for Congregational Care
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