Westminster Presbyterian Church

We are growing disciples of Jesus Christ through relationships Rogers City, MI
Westminster Presbyterian Church

Who We Are

Westminster Presbyterian Church is: growing in number and spirit, disciples who believe, confess, and serve of Jesus Christ who is the way, truth, and life,
through relationships with God, each other, and our neighbors.

About Us

Vibe
Spirit-filled, Friendly, Creative, Traditional Liturgy, Down to Earth, Historic, Neighborhood-focused, Inclusive

Programs
Community Service, Food Pantry, Addiction/Recovery, Adult Education, Social Justice, Faith and Work

Music
Traditional Hymns, Organ, Passionate Reverent

Denomination
Presbyterian (PCUSA)

Networks

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
1923

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
Box 237
125 W Ontario St
Rogers City, MI 49779-1720

Phone
989-734-3929

Directions
Get directions on Google Maps

Our Services

What are services like?
Traditional liturgy combined with vibrant and passionate preaching that brings the Bible in ways that resonate with today's context.

What is the community like?
This is a warm, friendly, and welcoming family that comes from blended traditions, faith backgrounds, and various walks of life. We laugh, play, cry, and love on each other as we try to live out our belief in Jesus Christ in the reality of a messy exisitence. We think of ourselves as "The church for the 'rest of us'"

What if I'm not a Christian?
God has made salvation available to all human beings through Jesus Christ, crucified and risen. God is gracious and merciful, and we know that God will not deal with people in any other way than we see in Jesus Christ, who came as the Savior of the world. To that end, we treat non-Christians and people of other religions as part of God's god creation. We try to always meet friendship with friendship, hostility with kindness, generosity with gratitude, persecution with forbearance, truth with agreement, and error with truth in love. We believe we should express faith with humility and devotion as the occasion requires, whether silently or openly, boldly or meekly, by word or by deed. We do not intend to compromise the truth on the one hand but are called to not be narrow-minded on the other. We welcome and accept these others in a way that honors and reflects the Lord's welcome and acceptance of us.

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