Missions

Westminster Presbyterian Church has a long history of addressing social issues and peacemaking. At Westminster, social concerns have tested and defined our faith. Members of Westminster have, since its inception in 1874, been leaders in women’s rights, civil rights, and peacemaking at local, national, and international levels. Our mission initiatives today are driven by a desire for justice as expressed here:

Westminster Missions take their inspiration from the prophet Micah, "to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God" (Micah 6:8).

We see God in every human being and in our mission:
To do justice we will act in solidarity with and speak on behalf of peoples deprived of their human rights, dispossessed of material well being and suffering from violence;
To love kindness we will provide assistance to the weary, hungry and broken; and work for peace and reconciliation in the world; and
To walk humbly with God we will venerate the earth and its bounty and will strive for equitable sharing and sustainability of God’s world with all peoples - locally, nationally and internationally.

All the links you find under "Get Involved" are inspired by the above goals.  Please explore our website and please visit our church.  You may find your church home at Westminster.

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  • Jun 28 Central American Medical Outreach Volunteer Day
    Join Westminster the last Wednesday of each month as we travel to the Central American Medical Outreach (CAMO) warehouse in Orrville to sort and pack hospital laundry to send to Honduras.
  • Jun 30 Meals on Wheels
    Westminster delivers Meals on Wheels every Friday of the year to homebound and nutritionally at-risk individuals in partnership with Meals on Wheels of Stark and Wayne Counties.
  • Jul 2 Summer Worship
    We invite you to join us in worship that promises to be warm, welcoming, and accepting. Participation of Ohio Light Opera musicians in worship through August 6.