Upcoming events

A Wolseley cornerstone

Canstar Community News did a lovely feature and video on our 125th Anniversary! The in-depth article is here, but first, enjoy the video above!

November 19th

Stewardship Sunday (after church on November 19th & 26th there will be opportunity to fill out your pledge cards).

November 22nd

7:00 pm in the Lecture Hall, Pat Miles and Carol Harvey will share their experiences walking the ‘Camino Santiago.’  Tickets are $10.00 and are available at the church.

December 9th, 10:00 am

The annual Westminster Children’s Christmas Sale.  Donation of items such as costume jewelry, toiletries, knitting, stationery, household items, cups and saucers, mugs, stuffed toys, books, perfume, games, puzzles, ties, ornaments, candles, gift bags and ribbons are welcome.

December 20th

Blue Christmas Service.

December 24th

Morning Worship, 10:30 am; December 24th, Family Christmas Eve service; December 24th, Candlelight service, 10:30 pm.

Westminster News 
19 November 2017

Messiah Fundraiser

The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra will present Handel’s Messiah on Friday & Saturday, December 15 & 16. When buying tickets, use the code WESTUC and get a 20% discount on the ticket price AND Westminster will receive a donation of 20%. WSO box office (204) 949-3999.


Mincemeat time of year again! Westminster choir is happy once again to continue this tradition. $6.00 a tub will get you the best mincemeat in town. Tubs will be for sale after church for the next few Sundays. Enjoy!

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Westminster News 
12 November 2017


In recital: Joshua Stafford

On Sunday, November 12th, at 2:30 pm, you’ll want to be in the sanctuary to hear a fresh young organist, Joshua Stafford, in recital, as the Westminster Concert Organ Series opens its 29th season. Hailing from Jamestown, New York, Joshua is the Director of Music at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Morristown, New Jersey. Tickets are $25, with reduced prices for seniors and students.

A very happy birthday to Bernice Mort who will celebrate her 90th birthday on November 17th.

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Westminster News 
5 November 2017


Retired Winnipeg Police Chief, Devon Clunis is speaking at our 125th Anniversary Service today. He will tell his story about growing up in Jamaica, to becoming the first black Police Chief in Canadian history and how important it is for us to work together for our communities. Join us for cake and conversation after the service in the Lecture Hall where Mr. Clunis will be selling his book.

Sarah Jo Kirsch

Our soloist today, Sarah Jo Kirsch is a soprano/vocalist currently based in Winnipeg, Canada. She continues to make waves as a soloist with local ensembles—large and small—and maintains a continuing presence at the WSO New Music Festival, Cluster New Music + Integrated Arts Festival, and Groundswell, Winnipeg’s new music concert series. Sarah surfs the gamut of musical evolution seeking the most harmonious alloys forged from text and music. More than anything, she aspires to be a worthy muse and an evocative interpreter. Westminster is so pleased to have Sarah with us today, representing our Wolseley/West Broadway community on our 125th anniversary. Thank you Sarah!

This week we hold in our thoughts and prayers, the congregation and staff of Harrow United Church

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John Pentland evening lecture

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Westminster News 
29 October 2017


John Pentland is a spiritual teacher, public speaker, and public theologian/lead Minister at Hillhurst United Church in Calgary, and author of the Canadian bestseller: “Fishing Tips: How Curiosity Transformed a Community of Faith.” John was born in Ontario and moved from place to place for many years. He attended postgraduate school at Queen’s University; holds a B.A. and Masters of Divinity from Emmanuel College in Toronto; M.Div. and holds a Masters in Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary; and holds a Doctorate in Ministry from the Chicago Theological Seminary. (His thesis: Speaking Faith in Public Space.”) For the past 30 years he has lived in Alberta, where he served in rural churches, then worked for United Way of Calgary, before joining Hillhurst United Church as lead minister in 2004.

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