Co-Ed & All Church

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!


 

Kids Hope Mentors Needed

Do you have an extra hour each week?
Would it surprise you to know that one
hour a week is all it takes to make a
difference in a child’s life? Mentoring
a child is a rewarding experience and
makes a lasting impact on both the
child and the mentor in expected and
unexpected ways. You can make a big
difference in the life of an at-risk child
with one-on-one positive attention from
a responsible, caring adult. For over
ten years Westminster Church has been
mentoring, under the Kids Hope USA
program, at Monroe Elementary. Kids
Hope is a national mentoring program
that provides a reliable, caring, adult
relationship to at-risk kids. Their model
is One Child, One Hour, One Church,
One School. Within this model each
church partners with a school where
mentors from the church spend one
hour each week with their “one and only
student.”

We are currently in need of mentors
to begin in the Fall of 2018. These
are children who may never receive
attention at home, may never be told
that they are special, may never get
help with their schoolwork. There are
issues that many times can be improved
with the support of a caring adult.
Our mentors provide some help with
schoolwork, but more importantly, they
work to develop a caring, meaningful
relationship ith a child. Data shows that
the model that Kids Hope uses can
make a substantial difference in a child’s
life.
Please consider committing to one year
of mentoring. One hour a week is all that
is required of your time, and the benefits
to a child cannot be measured. Please
contact Craig Stanley at 405-820-4720
or craigerbonds@outlook.com


 

Community Garden

WPC’s Community Garden will need volunteers to weed and harvest throughout the growing season.


 

S.P.A.R.K.
S.P.A.R.K. is enjoying another successful year. We have children from Horace Mann School, grades one
through three, who are benefitting from tutoring and programs in art, drama, and music, food preparation (their desserts), Bible study and recreation. They are served a snack when they arrive and dinner before they go home. At the current time, we are in need of snacks – peanut butter and crackers, pretzels in small packets, fruit snacks, etc. You may bring your donations to the front desk and mark them clearly: S.P.A.R.K. House.

If you would like to volunteer call
524-2204 and you will be put in touch
with a volunteer coordinator.