Second Sunday of Advent
Hope Blooms in Truth-telling
Jo Forrest

Traditional Worship
8:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Sanctuary and Livestream (11:00 a.m. only)

Bridge Contemporary Worship
9:45 a.m.
WROC and Livestream

The Lord's Supper will be served at all services, with gluten-free communion wafers available. If worshiping from home, please have elements on hand.
Prayers of Concern and Thanksgiving
Stewart R. Snodgrass Jr.

The congregation extends condolences to family and friends of Stewart Snodgrass who died on November 18.

Robert 'Bob' Sheap

The congregation extends condolences to Flo Van Cara Sheap and family on the death of Bob Sheap who died on November 24.

Prayer requests may be shared through the link on the church website, by emailing Louise Rogers at [email protected] or by calling the church.
Online Advent Devotions are available on the Westminster website here.

The Writers of Westminster book sales, following all services in the Welcome Center

Westminster Seminars, 9:45 a.m., Galbreath Chapel and via Zoom

Sunday School for PreK through 4th Grade; 9:45 start at the Bridge and dismissed to Room 176; 11:00 a.m. report directly to Room 233; read more and register

Tuesday, December 6
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Upper St. Clair High School Theater

Leon Logothetis is a global adventurer, motivational speaker, and philanthropist. While working as a broker in London, Logothetis felt uninspired and depressed. He decided to give it all up for life on the road and discovered that anything is possible if you act with kindness and harness the power of human connection. Read more and purchase tickets here.
Wednesdays @ Westminster have something for everyone! From children’s choirs to Children’s & Family Ministry programs, Food & Fellowship, Veritas Youth Group, Bible studies, and more, make plans to be here. Read more here. 

Friday, December 9
7:00 p.m.

Celebrating 30 years of an operatic career and a lifetime of music, world renowned mezzo-soprano Marianne Cornetti, accompanied by pianist Bryan Sable, will sing a concert of sacred music. Westminster’s soprano section leader Katy Williams is a special guest on the program. Read more here

Saturday, December 10
9:00 a.m. - Noon
Fellowship Hall

Children and their families are invited to enjoy breakfast, hear and interact with the Christmas story, make Christmas crafts, and celebrate the Christmas season together! Read more or contact Faith Kemmler

Sunday, December 11
7:00 p.m.

The Annual Christmas Concert features the Chancel Choir, Westminster Ringers, Cherub and Junior Choirs, and special guests, USC Chanteclairs. Read more here.

The Chancel Guild is accepting memorial or honoree contributions for poinsettias. The beautiful poinsettias throughout Westminster during the Christmas season are the result of generous contributions from our members and friends.

Print form here and return to church by Sunday, December 11.

Deliver a Poinsettia
You can put a smile on someone’s face. Show one of our homebound members they are part of our church family by delivering one or two poinsettias to folks who were recently hospitalized, are elderly and at home, or live in a senior community. 

Street Moms Meals and More
  • December 17 - prepare food
  • December 18 - assemble personal items
Street Moms, a community outreach non-profit designed to meet the needs of women experiencing homelessness in Wheeling, West Virginia. These women have nothing; can you help us show them they matter?

Church Receptionists Needed
Would you like to hang out with the staff during the week? Answer the phone and greet people as they enter the office area. One three-hour shift; choice of 9:00 a.m. to noon or noon to 3:00 p.m. weekdays. 


Through December 25

When we give to the Christmas Joy Offering, we share our love with the leaders of our Church - past, present and future. Read more here or donate online today.
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Dr. Jo Forrest, Senior Pastor, Head of Staff
Rev. Louise Rogers, Associate Pastor for Congregational Care
412-835-6630 | www.westminster-church.org