On November 20, 2022, we honored Lois Wilson for her legacy of mission work in West Africa during our worship service.
As the weather turns cold and snow flies this brave crew will take a break until they reappear in March 2023.
Improved health care is a focus of WPC’s mission work with West African partners. We look forward to the opening of the Mama Alice Health Clinic in Ghana.
VIGIL – a period of time when a group stays in place and quietly waits….a period of purposeful watchfulness. Next week will be the second anniversary of the WPC Vigil for Racial Justice.
Westminster’s partnership program and mission work at the Minah Academy Mission School in Sierra Leone addresses children’s health and education needs.
Westminster African Mission Committee serves a school facility in Bernard Farm, Liberia, West Africa. Work there is off to a great start with immediate improvements in the educational opportunities.
At WPC, we are inspired by Lois’s vision to improve the lives of children in Ghana, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. Join us in honoring her legacy.
February 20, 2022 is the first anniversary of the death of Rev. Alice Kyei-Anti – widely known as Mama Alice – and the completion deadline for the roofing of the health clinic for the people of Nyitawuta.
Legal practitioners and law students interested in rendering pro bono legal services to immigrants of all statuses will offer the spectrum of services from advice, to informal advocacy, to representation in adversarial proceedings.
African Mission: Transforming children’s lives through poverty reduction, education, keeping girls in school, and community empowerment.
First anniversary of the WPC Vigil for Racial Justice. Come join us Tuesday, September 21 as we celebrate one year of THE VIGIL!
Ground breaking on new medical clinic in recent HOCAP report Westminster has enjoyed a decade long partnership with the Home of Care and…