Community/Mission Partnerships

Local

On the third Thursday of the month either Westy Pres, Congregation B’Nai Torah or the LDS Westminster Stake serve dinner to neighbors and friends downstairs in the Fellowship Hall. Diners will find a hearty welcome, a warm meal, and the chance to make new friends.  Dinner is served between 5:30 pm and 6:30 pm.

In 1995, CBT moved to Westy Pres, sharing our worship, educational, and fellowship spaces. CBT synagogue is an active partner is supporting faith activities throughout the area.

Since summer 2021, Westy Pres has been hosting a monthly vaccine bus in partnership with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Education. Vaccines are free and appointments are not required.  Vaccine buses will be hosted as long as the state offers the service.

WestyPres has been a part of FISH of Westminster since its founding in 1970. FISH of Westminster provides emergency food and support to hungry seniors, adults, and children.

Is a county sponsored child care program located at Westy Pres that welcomes your child and family. https://www.adcogov.org/little-star-head-start

Individuals experiencing homelessness are provided food, water, and personal hygiene items as well as items such as gloves, socks, hats, and scarves through the food pantry. Spiritual counseling is also provided upon request. Funding is provided by members of Westy Pres, concerned neighbors, and FISH of Westminster.

National Night Out, the first Tuesday in August, is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-fire-local government community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live.

For almost 70 years, Westy Pres has hosted Scouts at our facility. Whether with your patrol buddies on land or water (Scouts), or on/in/under the water with your shipmates (Sea Scouts), we prepare for and seek out adventure. Boys and girls are welcome. https://www.scouts324.com/

An annual event for the families in the neighborhood, Trunk or Treat provides a safe place for children and their parents to dress-up, say “boo” and trick or treat. Held the last Sunday of October, this afternoon event is a favorite for family and friends in south Westminster/unincorporated Adams County.

The Refuge in Broomfield provides a community for people looking for support such as meals, showers, new moms network, tutoring, reading, spiritual support, and mental health counseling. The Refuge is a Christian-based ministry but is open to all. Westy Pres is one of many supporting church partners. https://www.therefugeonline.org/

Ralston House helps child victims heal from abuse.  Ralston House Child Advocacy Center works with law enforcement, human services, district attorney’s offices in the 1st and 17th Judicial Districts (Jefferson, Adams, Gilpin and Broomfield counties), and the community to provide a safe place to investigate child abuse and ensure victim services for children who have been physically or sexually abused or witnessed violence.  Westy Pres supports the work of Ralston House by participating in their annual Child Abuse Awareness Fundraiser by sponsoring a pinwheel garden.

Highland West Community is an innovative Senior Living Community in Wheat Ridge, CO. offering housing for seniors 62 and older and adults with a disability. Sponsored by the Wheat Ridge Presbyterian Church and the Westminster Presbyterian Church, Highland West will be celebrating it’s 60th year in service in 2024.

International

This partnership works to relieve the suffering of nearly 1,000 orphaned children in rural Zimbabwe. The partnership supports an orphanage, school, and medical clinic through the efforts of missionaries from around the country and through fundraisers to provide needed supplies.

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) to witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by crises and catastrophic events. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is the emergency and refugee program of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. Current projects include providing humanitarian aid to Ukrainian refuges and support to people harmed by recent hurricanes, flooding, and wildfires.