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Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches
Law enforcement officers work with children to lhelp them mature and develop skills that will enable them to becom responsible citizens.
Safe Space Indian River County
Help victims of domestic Violence
The Food Pantry
We gave 100 pounds of food to the food bank in the month of January.
Let's see of we can increase our generosity to those in need - Canned fruit seems to be what is most needed and appreciated for the month of February - and always.
Thank you for Giving!
Dear Westminster friends,
Thank you so much for the lovely dish garden. The unexpected passing of my mother was very difficult, but at least I was able to be with her at the end. She is in a much better palace now.
Westminister Chimes - February 2016
Westminster ChimesFebruary 2016
Dear Friends in Christ,
Life can teach us valuable lessons when God places an obstacle in our way. Of late that has certainly been the case with me.
Illness or cancer awakens a need for God and a reprioritizing of our schedules. These interruptions are invaluable for they draw us close to Him, who is the author of life and love.
Illness or cancer steals our independence and makes us dependent upon others. It is in these moments that we can be open to receiving the love, support and prayers that others desire to offer to us.
Illness or cancer forces us to place our trust in God and in those doctors and nurses whose ministry of healing is so vital. We may not understand the language they use, but their compassion speaks volumes.
I am grateful for this life experience, for I am convinced that God is teaching me and leading me in the way He desires that I go. Our sincere thanks to each of you; for your prayerful support, words of encouragement and loving presence.
Yours in Christ,
PLEASE NOTE: If you want to send Dr. K. a card at the Hospital, here is the address:
Martin Memorial North, 200 SE Hospital Ave, Stuart, Fl 34994
Also, here are the phone numbers for information: (772) 287-5200 or (772) 223-5666
ALSO: Dr. K. has requested NO VISITORS PLEASE
First Wednesday Dinner
Wednesday - February 3rd In the Fellowship Hall
Serving begins at 5:15 PM
Menu: Cuban Chicken and Rice with sides will be served. Red Velvet Cake and Coconut Cake will top off the meal.
Please reserve your place (and places for friends, family, and neighbors!) by Sunday, January 31st. We look forward to sharing this fun event with you!
February 13, 2016 9:00 am $5/ per/person
Join us as we welcome our speaker RHETT PALMER - MAYOR OF THE AIRWAVES!
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Bring your son, or your friend or your next door neighbor - LET'S SUPPORT our group! WE ARE ALL BOOKED for the coming season. It is going to be GREAT FUN & GOOD FOOD!
George Howard Phipps
George is a retired High School Teacher and was a Junior College Administrator for 4 years. He has been recognized as a "Hall of Fame" Basketball Coach. He has 3 children, 3 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. He has been ordained in another Presbyterian Church and has delivered many sermons as an elder. He enjoys playing golf.
Alice came to Vero Beach 13 years ago, from Indianapolis, Indiana.
She is retired now but has worked in a number of interesting fields; such as Youth For Christ, a Church Office, Retail, Law Office and 3 different Insurance Companies.
When not working or volunteering, she enjoys
Patricia A Wagner
Patricia came to Westminster Presbyterian Church with a Letter of Transfer from St. Marks in Cochranton, PA. This is her 4th season here in Vero. She has two children and 5 grandchildren. Patricia is retired and enjoys knitting, playing cards, crossword & jigsaw puzzles. She enjoys people and being with others.
Thelma Elaine McMcMahon
Thelma is retired now. She was born in Queens, NY, coming to Vero Beach 4 years ago from Philipston, Massachusetts. Thelma was a Director of Dietary at a 60 children and 90 bed Rehab Center. She has become an affiliate member and while at Westminster she would like to telephone shut-ins and deliver food to the pantry. Thelma has been married for 61 years. She has 4 children, 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.