Adult Education Class: "The Pastor's Class"
We will discuss “The Red Tent” by Anita Diamant.
Elizabeth Graham, an autism/Asperger's self-advocate and autism service coordinator, will introduce what autism is, basic common signs of autism, and what you can do to support people with autism.
Join the choir on the Chancel at 9am to have a glimpse into choir life, and be a part of our music program.
The Westmoreland Arts Committee is announcing an exhibition featuring Fabric Artist, Ann Harwell.
Fake news. Truth. Religion and politics. All of this is in the news.
Songs for a Weekday Work - Lenten Sermon Series
We will begin the season of Lent with a joint service with our friends from the German Evangelical Church of Washington and the French Protestant Church of Washington
We will discuss “The Marriage Plot” by Jeffrey Eugenides.
Chili luncheon following worship on Sunday, February 19!
Join AIM and the Montgomery Housing Alliance for our Public Action with the County Executive and County Council members.
Help make sandwiches for Martha's Table.
Join us for an evening of conversation about film, race, and faith with Dr. Greg Garrett
The community is invited to a gathering on Westmoreland Circle (where Massachusetts Avenue meets Western Avenue) to celebrate "Civility on the Circle,” by standing and holding signs representing shared core values such as respect, truth, inclusion and kindness.
Meet Mubarak Awad, a Palestinian-American born in Jerusalem, will speak at the Middle East Committee. Mr. Awad is the founder of Non-Violence International.
Learn about the domestic war on terror, the local and federal efforts that could threaten and undermine the rights of Muslim communities in our area, and to identify solidarity activities and next steps.
We will discuss Last Orders by Graham Swift. Awarded the Booker Prize in 1996, this novel traces the relationships among a group of friends traveling together to carry out their friend’s “last orders”-scattering his ashes from a pier. In this framework-reminiscent of Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying-Swift explores love, guilt, loyalty, betrayal, friendship, and resentment before closing on a note of transcendent understanding. Please join us for discussion and snacks!
Join us for this fun, new activity! All are welcome. We will knit items for donation.
The Middle East Committee invites you to this special coffee hour.
Order your Poinsettias now!
The opening words of Isaiah 58 lay the groundwork for this study that uses art, poetry, and video to encourage communities to find their own prophetic voice on justice and share it with the world.
A concert to benefit Calvary Women's Services, featuring Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols presented by the Westmoreland Festival Chorus, with Michelle Lundy, harpist.
It’s time to pull out our shears and your gloves and get creative with some greens!
All hands on deck on Tuesday morning, in the Westmoreland Church kitchen for Martha's Table sandwich making.
Join us following worship in the Social Hall for this Congregational Meeting.
We will meet in the Parlor to discuss the proposed 2017 budget.
The Westmorland Board of Membership & Fellowship invites everyone to celebrate the abundance of our blessings at the annual Tables of Thanksgiving
Concert of spirituals held at the historic Lincoln Congregational Temple, whose partnership with Westmoreland goes back to a collaborated effort to erect affordable housing for residents of the Shaw community following the riots of 1968. Donations benefit Shaw Community Center.
Meet the Artist Reception on Sunday, October 2, 11:30am-1:30pm in the Westmoreland Parlor.
Please join us as we celebrate the grand opening of Lincoln Westmoreland’s Channing E. Phillips Homes.
The Middle East Committee will discuss this novel that tells the story of Rasa, a young gay man coming of age in the Middle East.