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Welcome to Westminster Presbyterian Church
Note: WPC is currently operating with a special schedule to accommodate our community during the coronavirus outbreak.  There will be THREE services during this time:
8:00 am Sanctuary (Traditional)
9:00 am Outside (Contemporary)
10:30 am Sanctuary (Contemporary+Livestreamed)


Below is the list of our typical Sunday gatherings, which we hope to return to in the near future.

8:15 AM Contemplative Service  

An intimate and personal service designed to focus on prayer, scriptural meditation, and the sacrament of Communion

9:30 AM Contemporary Service & Sunday School

A dynamic and family-friendly experience filled with Christ-centered teaching and modern music
Adult Bible Study information >>
What songs are we singing? >>


11:00 AM Classic Service & Sunday School

A traditional service that includes hymns, confessions, a children's message, and a biblical message 
Adult Bible Study information >>
Youth information >>

A view of our campus from Fernwood Drive

We serve Communion by intinction
(dipping a piece of bread into the cup, then eating.)

Some extra things to consider as you visit us:

Parking and Campus map
Parking and Campus map

Look for parking in any of our parking areas (see map), and head through our doors to toward the sanctuary on the southeast side of the campus.  On your way, grab some coffee/lemonade and a little snack!  Our greeters are by the sanctuary entrance and are eager to help you find your way to the sanctuary or childcare check-in, or answer any questions.  

Baptism & The Lord's Supper
Baptism & The Lord's Supper

Based on our understanding of Scripture, Jesus has given the Church two sacraments to keep: Baptism and the Lord's Supper.  Our tradition acknowledges that these are signs of a deeper spiritual reality for followers of Christ. 

  • Baptism is the seal of one belonging to Christ.  We baptize both adults and children, believing that the act itself does not cause one's salvation, but marks one's faith (or in the case of children, the faith of the child's parents) in Christ alone. 
  • The Lord's Supper (aka Eucharist & Communion) is an invitation made to those who belong to Christ.  By participating in this small-but-significant meal, we faithfully remember and cherish the sacrifice of Christ and we identify ourselves as his New Covenant family.  At WPC, we celebrate by distinction, which simply means we dip a piece of the bread into the juice, then eat. (In our normal schedule, we partake in the Lord's Supper on the first Sunday of every even-numbered month.)

While other traditions practice these two sacraments differently, we believe it is not the manner, but the meaning of these actions that matter.  

Childcare + Security
Childcare + Security

We are exited about children joining us being a part of our worship! (Learn more!) Since we are committed to welcoming your child and keeping him/her safe, please consider sending a message to Becky Odum, Director of Children's Ministries ( to let her know you might be visiting. 

Groups for Adults
Groups for Adults

We believe small groups provide the best ways to begin involvement.  Since we have groups of all types, contact Justin Lewis, Pastor for Smaller Communities at and he will get you on the track for the right group (Visit our Small Group opportunities and Sunday Morning Adult Bible Studies.)

We can't wait to meet you and welcome you into our community.  If you have other questions, call the church office at (864) 585-4186 or email

Our Affiliation

WPC is a member of
Covenant Order of
Evangelical Presbyterians (ECO)

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