FAQ's

Where are you located?
We are at 2303 Double Churches Road, directly across the street from Double Churches Park – across from the swimming pool! Click here for a map.

What can I expect during the Worship Service?
Our worship service focuses on the glory of God and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our pastor preaches expositional sermons from the Bible. We pray, read Scripture, confess our faith, celebrate the Lord's Supper, and sing songs of faith, both traditional and contemporary. 

What should I wear?
Our desire is that you be comfortable! Our pastor hates wearing ties, even though he does a few times a year. A few people “dress-up” but most of us are in everything from business casual to jeans and sneakers, even shorts! Come as you are.

What denomination are you a part of?
We are a part of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). The PCA is a relatively young denomination, having been formed in 1973. The PCA is committed to the infallibility and authority of the Bible and the primacy of the Great Commission, with our roots in the truths of the Reformation. 

Is there anything for my children?
We have Sunday School classes for everyone ages two and up at 9:30am. We have an infant nursery (located in the front building) during the Sunday School hour. During the Worship Service we have a nursery for infants to two-year-olds where your child will be cared for by loving caregivers. During the sermon, we have Children’s Church for kids from 3 years old through second grade. You are always welcome to bring your children of any age into the worship service with you – we love kids!  

How do I become a member of Westminster?
Anyone who trusts in Christ alone for salvation can be a member of WPC. We have a class called “Welcome to Westminster” where the pastor teaches about who we are and what we believe. It meets 3-4 times a year. It is required for those desiring to join WPC. Talk to Mitch to see when the next class will meet.

How can I get more involved at Westminster?
The best way to get to know people at WPC is to join a Fellowship Group. We have groups of people from many different stages of life that meet together on Sunday nights and we also have men’s groups and women’s groups that meet during the week.