Welcome to Westminster Presbyterian Church. We are a PCUSA Presbyterian Church located in Westminster South Carolina. We are a smaller church but, we have a mighty spirit. Our Church congregation is diverse in age ranging from infants to seniors and almost every age in between. We invite you to visit our Church and see all the great things happening at Westminster Presbyterian Church.


100 West Abby Street
204 N. Isundega St.
South Carolina









Driving Directions from Greenville or Atlanta

From I-85 take exit 11, Hwy 24, towards Westminster (85 South will turn Right, 85 North will turn Left).  It is approximately 20 miles to Westminster.  At the intersection of Hwy 24 and Hwy 123/76 turn left onto Hwy 123/76.  Drive approximately 0.5 miles and turn Right onto Quick Street, go through the one lane underpass.  At stop sign turn left onto E. North Avenue.  Travel approximately 0.3 miles and turn right onto Earl Halcombe Dr.  Go through 4 way stop and church drive will be the next left. 




Scriptures and Sermons Coming Up

7/5: “Don’t Miss the Power of the Cross” Psalm 48 and 1 Corinthians 1:18-25
7/12: “Don’t Miss the Rest of the Story” 2 Samuel 6:1-5, 12-19 John 21:15-19
7/19: Guest Preacher
7/26: “Don’t Miss Your Second Birth” Psalm 89:20-37 and John 3:1-16

8/2: “Don’t Miss the Leap of Faith” 2 Kings 5:1-14 and John 6:1-21
8/9: “Don’t Miss the Good Stuff” Joshua 24:14-15 and Ephesians 4:25-5:2
8/16: “Don’t Miss the Greater Gifts, the Joy of Service”: 1 Kings 2:10-12 and 1 Corinthians 12:27-31
8/23: “Don’t Miss the Spirit of Compassion”: Psalm 84 and Matthew 25:31-40
8/30: “Don’t Miss What You Don’t Know” Psalm 45:1-2, 6-9 and Luke 19:41-44

9/6: “Don’t Miss God’s Call to Come Home” Psalm 42:1-6 and John 14
9/13: “The Cross of Wisdom” Proverbs 1:20-33 and Mark 8:27-38
9/20: “What Greatness Really Looks Like” Proverbs 31:10-31 and Mark 9:30-37
9/27: “What Faith Really Looks Like” Esther 7:1-6, 9-10; 9:20-22 and James 5:13-20


From the Pastor

God Was Here, and I Was Out to Lunch

Way back in the book of Genesis, Jacob made a powerful and poignant statement that has resounded across the ages. He said, “Surely the Lord is in this place--and I did not know it!” James Moore offers a modern-day interpretation to this, “God was here, and I was out to lunch!” Moore argues that these statements resound a painful truth, mainly that God comes near us, and we are so busy, so preoccupied, so set in our ways, or so caught up in our own agenda that we don’t recognize God; we don’t sense God’s presence.

To illustrate his point, Moore tells us this fairy-tale: “A seasoned senior angel was giving a brand-new freshman angel a tour of the heavens. The freshman angel was wide-eyed and awestruck as he saw the vastness and majesty of God’s incredible universe. When they came to the Milky Way, the mature senior angel said to the freshman angel, ‘Come over here, son, I want to show you something special. Look down there! That tiny planet is called Earth. I looks rather insignificant from here, doesn’t it? It looks so small and so inconsequential, but something quite remarkable happened there some years ago. You see, the people of Earth had gotten off the track a bit. They were missing the whole point of their existence. They were missing the meaning of life. So God sent his only Son into that world to save the people and to teach them what God meant life to be for them on Earth.’

‘Wow! That’s amazing!’ said the freshman angel excitedly. ‘You mean to tell me that God’s Son actually visited that little planet? How pleased the people of Earth must have been to receive him! I can just imagine that they must have had a great celebration for him on Earth.’

‘No,’ the senior angel said quietly. Then, with tears glistening in his eyes, he said, ‘No--they tried to kill him! They were so wrapped up in their old, rigid ways of doing things that when God’s Son presented some new ideas, they resented him, and they tried to silence him. Blinded by the old, they missed th

e new. Surely the Lord was in that place, and they did not know it. God was there, and they were out to lunch!’”
How often do we miss seeing God’s plan for our lives because we are too busy trying to pursue our own plan? How often do we miss God’s presence because we are so stuck in our ways, with our set idea of how God’s plan should be, that we miss God altogether?

Take some time this month to reflect on how God is moving in your life, and where you might be out to lunch, so to speak. What areas of your life blind you to God’s presence? In what ways are you so stuck in your head that you miss God’s call to action in your life? Together, we will continue to discern God’s will and presence in our ministry at WPC.

Rev. Audrey



Important News to Share


Join us Saturday, November 15th at 10 am as we help Keep Oconee Beautiful! Back in the summer, our youth participated in the “Adopt-A-Spot” program, and it is time for our Fall litter pick up! We will meet in the church parking lot and travel to the intersection of Highway 123 and Highway 11 together.  We encourage everyone to participate in keeping God’s creation beautiful!

Our Advent Study will begin Sunday, November 30th. This DVD based study is called The Journey, by Adam Hamilton. Hamilton, a renowned pastor and author, travelled the roads that Mary and Joseph would have taken to reach Bethlehem. In this 5 session study, Hamilton explores the historical travels that changed the course of history. Join us at 6:00 beginning Sunday, November 30th. Bring a snack to share, and a friend!



camp buc

CAMP BUC – MAKING MEMORIES FOR A LIFETIME The wilderness comes alive at Camp Buc as youngsters swim, hike, canoe, fish, garden, cook, sing, play and worship. The program leaders and young adult counselors weave Christian faith and practices into each day. Children work and play collaboratively with respect, teamwork and responsibility. With each activity, children are given room to be young in the face of God’s creation, to have a safe place to be themselves, to appreciate beauty and to live in the awe and wonder of childhood. Counselors live with the children and share the love of Christ in their fun-loving guidance. While having relaxed summer fun with friends, children grow in their understanding of stewardship, compassion and community. Camp Buc is definitely the place to make memories for a lifetime. Give your child the opportunity to grow and learn this summer.

Register them for a week at Camp Buc today. Contact LeAnne White at 864-288-5774, Monday –Thursday 9-2 or lwhite@foothillspresbytery.org. To check out the fun of summer camp, and for more info visit www.campbuc.org and watch the Camp Buc Video on the home page.


Sunday Schedule / info

10:00 A.M Sunday School (for all ages)

11:00 A.M. Worship (children’s church is available for children 3 and up after the children’s time during worship. Nursery is available for infants to children 3 years of age during the worship service.)

Connect With Us

Westminster Presbyterian Church Facebook Page, join us!

Coming Events

Coming soon: