The Adult Education committee is responsible for organizing programs throughout the year, along with several fellowship events. You are welcome to get involved as either a member of the Leadership Team or as an Instructor.
Pastor Kellen Smith • email
The A/V Ministry Team welcomes new members who are comfortable with (or want to learn about) audio or video recording and projection equipment or computers or media content tools. Meetings are currently Saturday mornings twice a month.
Joe Kyle • email
This committee is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the church property and approves expenditures needed for property improvement.
Randy Foster • email
Caritas Care Team Ministry at First Pres is helping folks who have had changes in their lives and need a little extra help with going out for lunch, preparing a meal, holding an infant, taking a walk, reading a book out loud, making a phone call, tending a garden, or having a nice chat. There are a variety of ways to serve; please contact us.
Ann Flansburg • email
Our Caritas Meal Team is looking for people who enjoy cooking, delivering meals or coordinating a meal team to sign up for a month (or months if you choose) to be on call when a church member needs a meal. The need for sharing meals is immediate, so let us know if you can help.
If you have an interest or gifts in working with seniors, we would love to tell you more about the Caritas Visiting Team, we have many church members who have requested a visitor to chat with them, do a puzzle, read a book, listen to music, or look through old photo books.
Dianne Lambert • email
The Children’s Ministry Team provides oversight for all of the programming for children and their families. If you enjoy working with children and helping families to connect through faith and fellowship then come join us! The team meets once a month during the week.
Lynn Nuzzo • email
We are looking for people who would like to help expand our church's visibility throughout the community. There are two basic skills needed and one doesn't have to have both of them. The first is familiarity with the web and how to post information on a website blog or event page. The second is basic writing ability. However much time you have available-we would welcome your help!
Jon Wylie • email
Have you ever thought about serving your fellow brothers and sisters in Christ through Communion? You could help purchase and prepare the communion elements for Worship services. If you are an active or retired, ordained elder or deacon from this church or previous church you attended, you could serve on the communion servers’ team.
Do you like to garden? We are in need of someone or a small team of gardeners to share in maintaining and beautifying our Celebration Garden on a rotating basis.
Randy Foster • email
This committee's purpose is to honor church members by their prayerful and prudent use of donations. Gifts augment worship, enhance study, aid in Mission Outreach, and add beauty and greater function to the facilities.
Alice Lechiara • email
Adult leaders for the senior high school youth group (Westminster Fellowship) participate in many activities throughout the year, including an annual Mission trip each June.
Nancy Goodwin, Director of Youth Ministry• email
The HRC is an advisory group to Session on personnel matters. The HRC makes recommendations to Session on employee benefits, policies, conflict resolution, staffing plans, salaries, personnel budget and other personnel matters. An HRC member serves on all search committees. Session has delegated the responsibility for conflict resolution to the HRC. The HRC also conducts annual staff interviews.
3rd Tuesday of month
Cindy Bass • email
The Interpretation of Stewardship Committee works to help the congregation understand God’s call for the use of our time, talent, and treasure. This team develops and carries out the Church’s annual pledge program, provides material for the newsletter and bulletin, and delivers testimonials during worship.
2nd Thursday of month • 7:30 - 9 p.m.
Church dining room
Mike Weatherred • email
If you love books and have some time to help, please join us. Help is especially needed in the Children's Library.
Mondays and Wednesdays • 9:00 a.m.
Marilynn Wagner • email
Interested in learning more about the mission programs of our church? If you have compassion for people in need and would like to help plan and carry out these mission opportunities, give some thought to joining this committee. Open wide your hand to your brother, to the needy and to the poor in the land. Deuteronomy 15:11
3rd Tuesday of month• 7:00 p.m.
Gwen Henry • email
Opportunities in Worship & Music Ministries are rich and varied; from the Westminster Choir, Celebration Ringers, & instrumental and vocal opportunities, to being on a service team.Office • email
The Office and Finance Committee monitors and reviews all financial activity of the church and annually prepares the church budget for submission to Session for approval. As needed, the Committee prepares accounting procedures and policies.
2nd Monday of month • 7:30 p.m.
Michael Rohl • email
Join us for some CCC (cookies, coffee and collating). Take this opportunity to help the church communicate while enjoying fellowship with other members. New volunteers are always welcome, so please join us!
Last Thursday of every month • 9:00 a.m.
Parish House Dining Room
The Church Office • email
The Worship Flower Committee coordinates the weekly worship flower calendar for members who want to honor or designate flowers in memory of a loved one, orders the floral arrangements, and places the arrangements in the Sanctuary each week.
Sher Kirschbaum • email
Being an usher is a great way to meet and greet your fellow Christians. All we need from you is one service on one Sunday per month: come 15 minutes early and stay 15 minutes after the service to clean up. This volunteer opportunity comes with on-the-job training by your crew’s head usher and usher captain so there are no meetings to attend! Women, youth, men, and families are welcome.
The Visual Arts Committee works to create new ways to visually praise God. Artwork, flowers, and banners help make the message more visual to experience God’s presence in our lives both in worship and throughout the church building. Members enjoy interior decorating, sewing, construction, flower arranging, and brainstorming ways to make things visually pleasing and we're always looking for creative people to join us!
Mary Stollberg • email