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Coronavirus Update

Faith Formation is pleased to announce the following adult learning opportunities that are meeting “virtually” while we “shelter in place”.  Anyone is welcome to participate. Please send an email to the contact person to join.



Sundays at 9 am via conference call. No book required. The lesson is emailed weekly.

Contact Nancy Smith.


Sundays at 5 pm via ZOOM.

Contact Robin Hoy.


The next meeting will be held on Friday, November 5th, from 12:00noon - 1:00pm when we will discuss The New Wilderness by Diane Cook.

This book is a major departure from what we often read.  It is a story of effects of climate change, mother-daughter relationships, and the world we make for our children.  It should give us a lot to discuss.

Please contact Lisa Black to get the Zoom link and join the discussion.


NEW Bible Study Begins November 1st!


We hope you will join us as we walk through the Gospels utilizing the work of a renown Biblical scholar – Alexander Shaia, PhD through his book Heart and Mind: The Four-Gospel Journey for Radical Transformation. Dr. Shaia extensively researched early church history and biblical texts to formulate new insights into the lessons taught through the 4 Gospels.


The meetings will occur on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month from 3:00-4:30pm and 7:30-9:00pm starting on Monday, November 1st.  We will try to meet in person but will use Zoom when needed. The format will be the same for each meeting time and will revolve around assigned readings from Heart and Mind and we will work to thoroughly discuss lessons learned, implications and actions encouraged.


It is time to utilize the lessons we have been learning over the years, and to open a conversation with all seekers to interpret the teaching of Jesus and advance our faith journey.

Please contact Alan Smith to learn more about this opportunity.

Looking for a place to serve?

We have a number of opportunities for you to get involved.

TOPS Adults

Time Out for Parents (TOPS)

Time Out for Parents (TOPS) offers parents time to recharge for a few hours one to three mornings per week.

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The Presbyterian Church in Westfield is the kind of caring place that wants to be with people when there is an illness, hospitalization, or other life-event for which you or someone you love may need a visit. If the need arises for hospital visits or a pastoral call, please let one of our pastors know.