Welcome!

 

2014-03-15 10.18.31Come join us. Our Sunday morning Worship Service begins at 10:30, followed by a time of fellowship over coffee and tea. Our services are conducted in English but we are fully bilingual (French and English).  Some of the Sunday sermons are available for reading in our “Sermon Archives” page. Under the leadership of our Youth Minister Nathan Cherry, we conduct a children’s hour concurrent with the Worship Service, for ages 4 to 14. We have a nursery for little ones up to 3 years old. In all our ministries, we adhere to the policies of “Leading with Care.”

Cours d’anglais conversationnel! This winter we are offering informal English conversation classes for all levels on Saturday mornings from 10 am to 12 noon.

  • The classes will run for 10 weeks. We are asking for a minimum donation of $10 for the whole course. You will receive a receipt for income tax purposes.
  • The classes are a way for Westminster to participate actively in the community.
People new to the West Island confirm that they would like to learn or practise English conversation. Perhaps it is to improve their chances in the job market. Perhaps it is to communicate with neighbours and feel less isolated. The Westminster congregation can help newcomers to improve their English skills and befriend them as they settle in the neighbourhood. In turn Westminster will be enriched by learning about different cultures and faiths.
  • All are welcome. There are no language requirements, assignments or exams. We plan our programme according to your needs.

Got a favourite hymn? Psalm 98 urges us to sing a new song unto the Lord, though some of us at Westminster also enjoy singing the old ones. Whatever your choice, on the third Sunday of the month, those of you who arrive early are invited to call out a number from the Book of Praise, and together we sing the first and last stanza of that choice. This fifteen minutes of singing is a great way to prepare for the service of worship that follows.

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