Churchill, Roosevelt, and Christmas
at the White House in 1941
Monday, December 21 at 12pm (CST)
Join Paul Sparrow, Director of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum; and Timothy Riley, Sandra L. and Monroe E. Trout Director and Chief Curator at America's National Churchill Museum as they discuss Winston Churchill's historic visit with President Roosevelt at the White House in December, 1941.

37th Annual Lesson and Carols
Tuesday, December 29 at 7pm (CST)
Patterned after the annual service at the University of Cambridge, England, Westminster College’s 37th Annual Festival of Lessons and Carols includes nine readings from scripture related to the Christmas story along with corresponding carols performed by area musicians.

This year’s Lessons and Carols will be prerecorded and released on the evening of the 80th anniversary of the Second Great Fire of London, the night when the historic Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury—now home of America's National Churchill Museum—was bombed during the Blitz in World War II. READ MORE
Two Books Explore Special Relationships and Benefit America's National Churchill Museum
Authors generously donate all proceeds to support preservation effort of historic Christopher Wren Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury at America's National Churchill Museum on the campus of Westminster College. Order now to receive complimentary signed copies.
Written by Churchill Fellow Nancy Carver, The Inspiring History of a Special Relationship is a new publication released by America's National Churchill Museum and a must-have tome for every Churchill home library.

"It's full of deep research but is never dry and the result is an interesting, absorbing and accessible book - a real tribute to the 'Sinews of Peace' speech." -J. Murphy, The Bookbag (U.K.)

1941. December. Britain stands alone against Hitler and the Japanese suddenly attack Pearl Harbor. It is a dark winter for Britain and the United States. Winston Churchill travels to the United States to visit President Roosevelt at the White House—and the special relationship is forged.

Churchill and Roosevelt: The Big Sleepover at the White House by James Mikel Wilson is a book for those who enjoy history and political intrigue but prefer that the method of delivery entertain and inform.

The book has been adapted into the play Alliance for production in the UK in 2022.

America's National Churchill Museum
at Westminster College
Fulton, MO 65251