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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Announcements for Sunday, Feb. 4

NEW MUSIC MINISTER We welcome Dr. Anthony Spain as our new Music Minister. In addition to having years of church music director experience, he is also Music Director for the Northwest Symphony Orchestra. Go to our website to learn more about Anthony or stop by our Welcome Center. SOUPER BOWL…

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Fellowship Meal – February 4

On Sunday, February 4, immediately following the service we continue the hospitality of the Lord’s Table with a Fellowship Meal in Howell Auditorium. Everyone is invited to join in breaking bread and enjoying fellowship with our church family. A Children’s Corner play area will offer a fun spot for kids…

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Welcome New Music Minister, Anthony Spain

Music Minister – Dr. Anthony Spain West Side Presbyterian Church is delighted to welcome our new Music Minister! Dr. Anthony Spain has conducted choirs in America and Europe including the choir of L’UNESCO (the cultural branch of the United Nations) in Paris, France. He has over fifteen years of church…

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Announcements for Sunday, Jan. 28

BIBLE ART JOURNALING CLASS Last Chance for Intro to Bible Art Journaling Class – Registration ends February 1! Pastor Shari and Vicky Bruck, artist, lead this creative class on February 21, 7-9pm. All levels of ability welcomed. Supplies will be provided. Call the church office to register. SAY IT WITH…

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Souper Bowl of Caring

Souper Bowl of Caring is a national movement of young people working to fight hunger and poverty in their own communities around the time of the Super Bowl football game. In the weeks leading up to or on Super Bowl Sunday, young people take up a collection asking for items…

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