You are welcome. You have refuge.
Your service to others can start here.

Your is welcome here.

Absolutely Everyone is Welcome at Westminster

Because we follow Christ, absolutely everyone is welcome. We don’t assume or presume you to be Christian; we only hope to follow Christ’s example of welcome and love to all. In our culture, there’s a lot of public misuse of Christian and religious language. We hope that won’t discourage you from joining us.

It’s not necessary to know anything in advance of visiting—simply come and join us. If you’d like to know more in advance of visiting, though, you’ll find information on our visitors page.

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Join us in worship this upcoming Sunday!

Sixth Sunday of Easter

Sunday, May 9, at 10:00am

Preacher and Liturgists
Scripture
Music

Helen Hofmeister, Minister of Music

John Nienhuis, Baritone

Kathy Vandervelde, Soprano

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

The Barbara Molhoek-Callum McPheeters Fund offers financial assistance for people seeking mental health services. For the  month of May, the Shine a Light on Mental Health Foundation (founded by the Molhoek family) has offered to match any contributions made dollar for dollar, up to $25,000! We encourage you to participate as you are able in supporting this important mission.

Community Outreach

Community Outreach is incredibly important to us. Following Jesus’ lead, we strive to not just help the community around us from the pews, but rather to truly invest ourselves and be part of the community.

The Downtown Food Pantry provides an emergency supply of food and personal care items to people in need while also promoting self-sufficiency through referrals.
Camp Henry has offered summer camping experiences for children and youth for over 80 years. Open year round, Camp Henry also hosts retreats, local school groups, and more!
For over 50 years, the WCDC has offered high quality childcare for infants through school aged children. Fees based on income enable the WCDC to serve children of all income levels.

Social Justice

Mental Health Program

News & Updates

We’re Hiring: Facilities Assistant Position

The church is looking for a facilities assistant. Essential skills for the position include:  the ability to relate well to members, visitors, and staff; the ability to safely and effectively operate equipment to maintain the interior and exterior of the WPC campus; and the attention to details and thoroughness.  For more information and to apply, please see our open positions page.

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Canvassing to Sign People Up for the COVID-19 Vaccine

There is a big initiative sponsored by the A. Philip Randolf Institute and several churches in the Grand Rapids area to canvas neighborhoods and register people for the COVID-19 vaccine. Volunteers are needed for this effort, and will be trained and work in pairs. For more information or to volunteer for a three hour shift in the next few weeks, see below. Click here for more info and to volunteer

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We’re Hiring: Facilities Assistant Position

The church is looking for a facilities assistant. Essential skills for the position include:  the ability to relate well to members, visitors, and staff; the ability to safely and effectively operate equipment to maintain the interior and exterior of the WPC campus; and the attention to details and thoroughness.  For more information and to apply, please see our open positions page.

Read More »

Canvassing to Sign People Up for the COVID-19 Vaccine

There is a big initiative sponsored by the A. Philip Randolf Institute and several churches in the Grand Rapids area to canvas neighborhoods and register people for the COVID-19 vaccine. Volunteers are needed for this effort, and will be trained and work in pairs. For more information or to volunteer for a three hour shift in the next few weeks, see below. Click here for more info and to volunteer

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Ministries and Fellowship

Children's Ministries

Youth Ministries

Adult Ministries

All Ages

Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved with the life and community of our church. If you call Westminster home and you want to support what we do here, then contribute in whatever way you feel called. You can find an opportunity to volunteer, you can give financially, or any combination of the two.