June 24: Phyllis Sortor will be with us at 10am

Seattle missionary to Nigeria, Phyllis Sortor, is speaking at West Side Presbyterian Church at the 10:00am service this Sunday, June 24.   Phyllis Sortor has a remarkable ministry among the Fulani nomadic cattle herders of Nigeria. The Fulani have killed thousands in herder/farmer conflicts. They are resistant to integration with…

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Sunday Evening Service – May 20

Worship is the lifeblood of the Christian life, and West Side has faithfully met for traditional corporate worship on Sunday mornings since its inception in 1911. Congregant responses to the Mission Study last year indicated there is a desire by some at West Side for an alternative style of service.…

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Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross are a series of fourteen pictures or carvings depicting incidents that occurred to Jesus from his condemnation by Pilate to his crucifixion and burial. By viewing these representations along with scripture and meditation, we complete a mini-pilgrimage to honor Jesus’ experience his last day as a…

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Ash Wednesday Services – February 14

Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent. It is a day of fasting and prayer and a time when we confess the sin that entangles us. As far back as the third century, ashes were worn on the body as a visible sign of sin and a public request…

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Lent & Easter Information/Worship Services

LENT began in the early church as a time to prepare new converts for Baptism on Easter. By the mid-fourth century, it became the 40-day period (not counting Sundays) we now observe. The word “Lent” comes from the Anglo-Saxon word that means “spring.” For God’s people, the season before Easter…

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