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Join us this Sunday as we continue our ‘What Love Requires’ Advent series and look at the familiar story of Luke 2:8–14.
The angels in the Christmas story say to the shepherds, “Don’t be afraid.” One of our responses to fear is ritual and its formative, creative, life-giving role in our lives. We’re called to fashion a meaningful response to God, and in doing so we become a part of the story of God. We’re not here simply to watch or be the audience; instead, we’re making this happen—together.
We’ll have wonderful music to accompany our worship. At 8:30a, Andrew Wilkinson will play the classical recorder with Janlee Richter on harpsichord, and at 11:00a, the Cantus, Cherub, and Carol childrens choirs will sing, and the Chapel Ringers will ring handbells. Be sure to come early to get a good seat!
The new Chimes is a magazine-like design that is more visual, colorful, and illustrative of Westminster’s ministries. In this new format, we hope to better tell the story of our church, its members, and its ministries.
For this debut issue of the new format, we’re focusing on Westminster’s ministry with young people. You’ll find full articles on Sunday education, a new experiment with youth choirs, WCDC, Camp Henry, and the youth ministry, plus news and information from across the congregation.