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We recognize it can feel awkward to attend a new church for the first time. Hoping you will feel more comfortable at WPC, we offer this guidance.

Worship begins at 11:00 am. We are at 1330 South Fielder Road, just north of Fielder and Park Row. Worship is also available online anytime at www.youtube.com/WPCTX.

You’ll feel comfortable here, no matter what your fashion style. Some people wear suits or dresses; others come in casual slacks, jeans, or shorts. Whatever you wear, you’ll be welcomed.

Yes. The parking lot includes spots for handicapped parking. The sanctuary and other spaces are on one level as is our wheelchair accessible bathroom. There are designated spaces in the sanctuary that accommodate wheelchairs.

As you enter, an usher will hand you a bulletin which lists the parts of our service. Communal prayers are printed in the bulletin. Songs are either printed in the bulletin or referred to by number in the hymnal found in the seat pocket in front of you.

You don’t have to make an offering to be a part of our worship. But we are grateful for the offering because it gives us an opportunity to give back for the many blessings we have received from God. With COVID-19 protocols, we have an offering box in the back of the sanctuary for offerings before or after worship. We also have online giving available through PayPal and Zelle. Offerings by members and visitors are the sole source of funding for the services the church provides – including worship services and community outreach programs.

Absolutely - their gifts are essential! Children are welcome in worship and activity bags are provided. During the Children’s Time in the service, our pastor spends a few minutes discussing the theme of our worship with the children. We have our nursery open with Hortencia and Gabriela for 3 and under (or any of our children needing extra play time!)

Our worship services usually last about an hour.

The Sacrament of Holy Communion is the sharing of bread and the cup as a living symbol of the divine love of Christ. Communion is ordinarily served the first Sunday of each month as well as on some special occasions. We welcome all to share in communion with us. It is your choice. Normally, elders pass the elements row by row, and as they are passed down the row, each person says to the next, “This is the body of Christ given for you” or “This is the blood of Christ shed for you.” We hold the bread until all are served, taking it together as a symbol of our corporate relationship with God. We take the juice as it is served, taking it individually as a symbol of our individual relationship with God. Sometimes, we receive communion by intinction, meaning that we come to the front of the sanctuary, taking a piece of bread, dipping the piece in the grape juice and then eating it.

We offer Inquirers’ Classes several times a year for visitors to learn more about Westminster and the Presbyterian Church (USA). Once the two weeks of classes are completed, visitors are invited to meet with our Session (our leadership team of elders). Our Session then receives new members into our congregation, and they are welcomed in worship. Please email Pastor Kate with any questions – we love to see our family of faith grow!

Worship - Learn - Give - Connect

Rooted in God's love and grace, we worship, learn, give, and connect, refreshing people with Living Water. We reach out to share the Water with all who thirst.

Worship - Learn
Give - Connect

Rooted in God's love and grace, we worship, learn, give, and connect, refreshing people with Living Water. We reach out to share the Water with all who thirst.

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