This Sunday in worship

April 27: “Fleeing in Terror,” a sermon on Mark 16:1–8 and music by the Westminster Winds at 8:30a, and the Westminster Winds and Sanctuary Choir at 11:00a.

What do we do when we wake up the Monday after Easter and it appears as though the resurrection never happened—that the world is exactly the same as it was on Palm Sunday? The good news is that we know what to do—even when our faith is lacking, our doubt is overwhelming, and we don't comprehend what took place on Easter morning.

(Background photo courtesy of Jen Kroll)

Absolutely everyone is welcome

Westminster seeks to be a Christian community. To us, being Christian means that we welcome everyone, just as Christ did. Absolutely everyone.

A new roof for the generations

This winter, spring, and summer, we are repairing the roof over our sanctuary, installing historical 90-year slate shingles and reinforcing the underlying structure to ensure its integrity for generations to come. We invite you to follow our progress regularly as work continues.

Details on our roof project page

A core part of Grand Rapids for 153 years

Our church has been part of Grand Rapids since 1861. Over those 153 years, we’ve built a summer camp, a senior care facility, low-income housing, a community food pantry, a downtown childcare facility, and more. We’re committed to serving Grand Rapids and loving our neighbors.

Come find out more

Congregational mission inventory survey

In our emphasis on mission, we stress participation, rather than patronage, in our mission work. This vision of participation begins with a simple discernment of our expertise and values, and an invitation to those around us to join us in our passions—even as we develop new ones. 

With that in mind, will you to please take time to complete our Congregational Mission Inventory Survey? It’s a brief, open-ended questionnaire that allows you to express how you might like to participate in mission.

Click here to take the survey