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Westminster is a community of faith centered on the love of God, revealed in Christ Jesus, our Lord. At Westminster we believe that the God of all Creation is a God of love, and we believe this is true, because of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. In Jesus, God is saving the world, and as Christ’s disciples we are called to join in this saving work, keeping in mind that Jesus did not come to create a new religion, but rather a new community, centered on the love and grace of God.
All people are invited to come to our worship, join our mission, and participate in our educational opportunities.
Everything we do is about helping you encounter God. Sometimes this encounter happens through the wonder of music, other times it occurs during a conversation over coffee or in an education class.
A faith in Jesus Christ is a living, moving, active relationship that propels us forward, shaping and forming us into the people God created us to be.
It is our hope that as your faith grows you will find a greater desire to serve others. With this in mind we try to make it as easy as possible to serve right here in Akron.
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November 7, 2021 07
Nov 2021

A Call to Service

Speaker: The Reverend Jon Hauerwas/Comments: 0

Psalm 127:1-2 and Mark 12:28-34, 41-44 When we speak about the accomplishments of others, particularly when someone goes above and beyond, we say that “they gave it their all.” That they left it all out on the field. Their physical strength. Their mental toughness. Their emotional investment. Their intellectual jostling. […]

October 31, 2021 31
Oct 2021

Committed to Memory

Speaker: The Reverend Jon Hauerwas/Comments: 0

Micah 4:1-4 and Ephesians 1:11-12, 15-23 It is often said that elephants never forget, and I have to imagine that this saying originates, at least in part, from the ways in which elephants respond to death. Because, in many ways, they remind us of ourselves. Which begs the question, “do […]

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