Welcome to Westminster Presbyterian Church

Westminster strives to be an "Intentionally Inclusive" community of believers and seekers, following the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. Through worship, study, and acts of compassion aimed at peacemaking, we seek to bring about God's kin-dom in how we express our faith.

At Westminster, we emphasize a "progressive" expression of Christianity that values:

  • intellectual integrity in matters of faith
  • acceptance of all people regardless of ethnicity, creed, age, cultural background, gender, or sexual orientation
  • openness toward the value of other religious traditions
  • a strong commitment to social justice, peacemaking, and the care of our planet

Westminster Presbyterian Church has historic roots in the Wooster community, and was created to serve as the Congregation-in-Residence of The College of Wooster. We have a long-standing tradition of being a place where students and all community members can come and explore their faith without judgment. Westminster tends to attract those who have felt excluded in one way or another by traditional churches. We seek to be a community that values and affirms all kinds of diversity, and we embrace the “house” metaphor to emphasize our commitment to radical hospitality and a desire to be a welcoming and inclusive church for all.

 

Join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 10:45am in Mackey Hall.

We look forward to connecting with you!

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  • Aug 26 Worship
    We are an intentionally inclusive community where all are valued in the life of the church, regardless of ethnicity, creed, age, cultural background, gender, or sexual orientation. All are welcome!
  • Aug 26 Brownie Reception for College Students
    Join us in celebrating new and returning College of Wooster students with a brownie reception following worship.
  • Aug 28 Summer Book Club discussion
    Join us for the August monthly book club discussion on Rob Bell's book, What is The Bible?