There are many things happening in and around Westminster. We find that community involvement is an important and valuable component of our mission to Make Friends and Serve Others.
There are opportunities throughout the year to engage in meaningful community activities that help to get to know our neighbors and grow relationships so we can become partners in building a friendly, safe and welcoming community for all.
Jesus said that to be a disciple means to love one another the way he loves us. We believe that community building is a step in that direction.
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4Word Houston is a non profit dedicated to supporting women in the workplace reach their God given potential.
HCRJ (Houston Congregation for Reform Judaism) is located just up the street from Westminster. We are teaming up with them to take action on Social Justice Issues in near future. They have a lot of information events coming up that is offered to the public.
Join us this summer on Sunday, June 23 at 2 pm for the screening of the film, Post Oak Boulevard: A Texas Legacy, at Houston Congregation for Reform Judaism! This award-winning documentary captures the history of Houston’s west side, from its earliest settlers to its transformation into one of the most dynamic business, shopping and residential districts in Texas, and one of the great boulevards of the world. For more information, click here.
Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP to Justin at 713-782-4162 or Justin@hcrj.org.
"Passages for Women - their mission is to provide a highly effective treatment program in a residential environment that meets the spiritual and physical needs of chemically dependent women on their journey of recovery.
It costs $100 a day for each woman being treated at Passages, with a typical stay of 30-90 days. Passages transforms the lives of these women, and the residence is nearby in the Spring Branch neighborhood. If you’d like more information for referral, volunteer opportunities, or simply to hear more, please contact Ginny Hart who serves on Passages’ Board of Directors.”