At Westminster we have opportunities for all ages to grow their faith, find community, and to have fun!
Our Sunday morning worship at 10:30 am on Sunday mornings is a warm and welcoming service. This traditional service focuses on helping people connect with God in a way that goes beyond Sunday mornings. We want both regular and new attendees to recognize that it is not our building found at 801 Jackson Street SE that is the church, but that we, as the people of God, are the church! We hope that they will be inspired and equipped to go and be God's people in their families, neighborhoods, jobs, schools, and communities.
We would love to help you find your place at Westminster, please contact us with any questions!
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We at Westminster want to hear from you. If you have questions or concerns you need addressed, you may call us (256-353-0276) or make an inquiry through the this form.
Rev. Shannon D. Jordan
Westminster is pleased to announce Rev. Shannon D. Jordan as Pastor. Shannon comes to Westminster from Vienna Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) in Virginia. She served the 2,700 member congregation as Director of Adult Ministries for seven years. She has extensive experience with teaching, training, congregational care, Stephen Ministries, young adult programs, interdenominational Bible study, and Next Generation ministries. In her most recent position, Shannon coached and encouraged leadership teams for fifteen adult ministries and forty small groups, as well as managed engagement of people into groups and service opportunities.
Shannon was installed as pastor at Westminster on May 6, 2018. You can get a sense of Shannon through her sermons on the Westminster Facebook page and through her blog at www.cameraprayers.com. She also loves to meet people for coffee!
Please join Westminster in welcoming Shannon and John into our church family!
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC
Ron has been the Director of Music at Westminster for 10 plus years.
What is the PC(USA)?
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is distinctly a confessional and a connectional church, distinguished by the representation of elders in its government. The church has a membership of 1.7 million in all 50 states and Puerto Rico with nearly 10 thousand congregations and worshiping communities.