Connect with God and with each other
While we all shelter in place, Westminster will be worshiping and gathering virtually so that we might continue to feel connected to each other and to God's presence. We hope you will join us!
Click the button >>>> to connect to virtual worship for Pentecost Sunday, May 31, 2020 with the Rev. Julie Emery and the Rev. Nancy McLaren of First Presbyterian Church, Hartford. Karen Hammond, Director of Faith Formation provides a children's message every Sunday.
Just because we are practicing "social" distance, doesn't mean we need to be spiritually distant. Find us on Facebook and Instagram!
Need prayer or connection on the phone? While we are working remotely, you can contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you to a member of our Care Team.
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Sundays at Westminster
Worship in the sanctuary
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
CHAOS (Youth Group)
West Hartford, CT 06107
Come As You Are
Most worshipers wear
business casual attire,
but we welcome you as you are.
We offer a family-friendly worship service with a staffed nursery available.
One Sunday every month we gather for intergenerational
learning and connection,
Latest News & Upcoming Events
Westminster Suspends In-Person Worship and Gatherings
Due to the state's shelter in place orders, we will be worshiping and gathering virtually, so that we might continue to feel connected to each other and to God's presence.
Click here to read Westminster's communication to the congregation.
A letter from the Presbytery of Southern New England Roundtable, recommending the suspension of public worship can be found here.
Click here to find links to good information on the Presbytery website page, including statements from the PCUSA stated clerk.
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Meet Our Minister
Rev. Julie Emery
Minister/Head of Staff
Julie joined Westminster Presbyterian as our lead Minister in 2014. She brings creativity and a passion for inclusive worship and preaching and a heart for social justice.
Julie grew up in Michigan and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion from the University of Michigan. She received her Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary in 2004. Before coming to Westminster, Julie has served congregations in New Hampshire and New York, as well as serving as a chaplain for Hospice Care.
Julie lives in West Hartford with her husband Jason, her two boys, Aiden and Chase, and her labrador, Juneau. In her free time, Julie enjoys crossfit, road biking, camping and hiking, reading, knitting and cooking. She is a self-described “hockey mom” and throughout the fall and winter is found quite often at the ice rink watching her boys play.