Westminster's Holy Yoga will be led by our own Pastoral Intern Laurel Hall.
Classes will be held Tuesday's from 10:00-11:00 AM in the Youth Room.
This free class is for all people, no expirience necessary.
Come and try a new spiritual practice of yoga, Prayer, and meditation in the New Year!
Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon Waterstop
LEND A HELPING HAND
April 29, 2018
The Memorial Marathon, whose deep support in our community has made the run a national event, takes place in two months.
The route passes Westminster just after the 6.5 mile mark, and the church will provide a water stop for the thousands of runners whose efforts will commemorate a tragic, but historic day in our city’s past. Providing a water stop requires preparation and roughly one hundred volunteers.
There are two shifts: 6 AM to 8 AM .and 8 AM to 10 AM. There will be no service that morning.
This is a church-wide effort – one of the few opportunities we have to work alongside WPC members of all ages. Please volunteer and sign up at the table in the Garden Court. Bring your family and friends and join those whom we, as Deacons, serve in the church to serve, in turn, people from across the entire country who want to be part of this event.
Childcare provided from 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM with prior reservation, contact Heather for childcare at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No Dates Available at this time.
Presbyterians in Theology is more than grabbing a pint of beer at a local pub. PINT is casual gathering intended for young adults to meet with our pastors to have a non-judgemental faith dialogue and foster spiritual growth.
THE BRIDGE CLASSES
Grounding Ourselves Again
Who: Young married couples, with or without children.
What: A marriage retreat designed to help you remember what's most impotant toyou as an individual and how
that shapes your marriage, family focus, and life.
When: Spring, 2018 Date TBD
Inviting Christ into your routine
What: This is a 5 week study focusing on family make-up, religious practices, and learning
to incorporate faith practices into your normal family routine.
When: Wednesday nights in the Spring, as part of our Bridge Wednesday Night Programming.
This class will not be using a specific book, but will use a variety of resources to enhance our discussionn and learning.
Sign up will be in the Garden Court begining January 20, 2018.
Everyone needs a break—a reset button—a breather in a world that often feels so fast you can’t catch your breath. So, how do we refocus? How do we clear a little space in our lives to remind ourselves of the person God created us to be? How do we remember to have a little fun with our spouse and not just be in the business of marriage and
family? Well, that’s exactly what this retreat is for. We are going to spend a night away, re-centering ourselves on what is really important to who we are as individuals so that we can feel more whole and be better partners in marriage. We’ll be utilizing a tool called Core Values to help us get to the root of what’s important to us. Then, we’ll find ways to incorporate those values into our everyday schedules and lives. We’ll also throw in a little fun, fellowship, and community building as a whole group. It’s good for all of us
to know that we are not in this thing called life alone. Instead, we have a vibrant community of faithful believers all around us whom we can
turn to when life gets crazy.
If this sounds like something you could benefit from or enjoy, sign up in the Garden Court or
contact Rev. Abbey Walker at email@example.com for more details and information.