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Worship Services

Join us in Our New Journey

Whittier Presbyterian and Salem Lutheran Churches are beginning a new adventure.  They are joining in a partnership for worship and ministry together.  Whittier Presbyterian Church is moving out of their buildings and moving in with Salem Lutheran.  Whittier Presbyterian decided to move so that they could concentrate on ministry instead of maintenance of their buildings.

Our first service together will be Easter Sunday March 27th at 9:30. The Rev. Tom Cramer from El Rancho Presbytery and the Rev. Tim Phillips, Assistant to the Bishop of the Pacifica Synod, together with Pastor Elizabeth Steele from Whittier Presbyterian and Pastor Patrice Nordstrand from Salem Lutheran will lead in worship.

The congregation of Whittier Presbyterian will start walking at 9:00 am from their location at 6030 S. El Rancho Drive, Whittier, and meet the congregation of Salem Lutheran halfway and walk together to 6442 S. Glengarry, Whittier.

It is especially meaningful that this uniting of two neighboring congregations be on Easter Sunday.  In celebration we look forward to new ministry, new life and new hope.

If you have been looking for a church, but can’t quite find something that feels right…

If you think the excitement of helping start something new outweighs the uncertainty…

If you want to be part of building a worshiping community…

If two small congregations starting over and open to others starting over sounds like a place for you…

We’d love to have you,

Come Join Us as we discover a new calling and a new life through Christ.

 

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