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Sunday Worship In-Person & Online

9:45 AM – 10:45 AM

All Are Welcome

You’ll meet a wide variety of people in our church, a diverse tapestry praising God and connecting with one another. We proudly are a fully inclusive congregation.


We blend the great traditional hymns of the church with the best of contemporary sacred music. Preaching connects scripture with the everyday issues we face in the 21st century.


Our children worship with us, with age-appropriate materials, a children’s message, and a special time each week for children to learn and grow in their faith together.

Serving Others

Partnering with over 20 community-based organizations, we seek to put our faith into action, working alongside our neighbors in need.

Connect & Grow

We seek to foster a deep sense of community as we grow in our faith.

About Us

Learn more about Westminster Church and meet our staff


We gather to celebrate God’s love made known to us through Jesus Christ in the time-honored tradition of Presbyterian worship.

Our Mission & Vision

A Deeply Caring Community with a Passion for Service

Nestled in the heart of Madison’s Nakoma neighborhood for over 100 years, we are committed to growing spiritually through vital worship and life-long learning, building community by connecting in authentic relationships through small groups, and serving the wider community by responding to its pressing needs.

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September 24, 2023

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We have many events throughout the year to create connections across generations. These events focus on bringing people together through mission, education and just plain fun.



We enjoy a variety of forums throughout the year, delving into current events, learning about our community, and growing in our faith.




From Thursday book group to Wednesday Bible studies to monthly circle Bible Groups, our fellowship doesn’t stop on Sunday.


family movie night

Sunday, october 29 at 11:00am

Mark your calendars for an exciting intergenerational event right after church on Sunday, October 29th.  We will be watching the Disney/Pixar movie Coco in the lounge with popcorn and pizza. The movie transports us to Santa Cecilia, Mexico. Miguel, a young boy, greatest wish is to become a musician like his hero, Ernesto de la Cruz. Unfortunately, his family has forbidden music because of a long ago tragedy. On Día de Muertos, Miguel accidentally travels to the Land of the Dead, and has to seek a blessing from de la Cruz to get home before sunrise, or stay a skeleton forever. While this film discusses death, it is also a beautiful and funny movie that explores themes of family responsibility and loss.  After the movie we will be having a brief discussion of the movie. 





John Knox Peacemaker Speaker At Westminster

October 7, 9:00am-11:00am

Gaia Magdalena Luczak is an International Peacemaker from Poland, sponsored by the PC(USA) Peacemaking Program, that will be visiting the John Knox Presbytery October 2-9, 2023.  She will  be sharing her story with the 5 JKP Regions, Pres House, and UDTS, as well as providing two presbytery-wide events, an educational event on Saturday, October 7th, at Westminster from 9am-11 am, and worship experience on Sunday, October 8th, at First Lancaster at 9 am.  We hope you will join in welcoming Gaia Magdalena!  



Adult Forum – Heart Home

October 8 at 11:00am

On October 8th, at the adult forum, we will have an opportunity to hear about a program called Heart Home. The Heart Room project is designed to demonstrate a better way to help families keep stable housing and achieve their own goals for thriving. Stable housing is key for children to grow up safe and healthy, learn in school, and succeed over their life course. Through an innovative partnership approach, Heart Room provides families with three years of support, which includes rental assistance (funded by community partners and congregations), housing case management (led by The Road Home), supportive services (provided by Early Childhood Initiative and Joining Forces for Families) and other community partners. This program serves those who are experiencing homelessness or at substantial risk of homelessness. The program has served 15 families in total, many who are not eligible for services elsewhere because of their immigration status. Come join us as we learn about this innovative program.