The ministries and operations of Westwood Presbyterian Church rely solely on the faithful giving of our members and friends. All that we have has been entrusted to us by God and we are simply stewards or caretakers, using our time, talent and treasure on behalf of God’s work on the earth. Your contributions sustain the church’s ministries, our outreach (through PATH, Westside Food Bank, Child Share, Habitat for Humanity and many others), and the operation and maintenance of our church home. We are not a large church, but the generosity of the 175 households that make up the WPC family enables us to do amazing things across our community.
To be young is to study in schools you did not build;
To be mature is to build schools in which you will probably never study.
To be young is to swim in pools you did not dig;
To be mature is to build pools in which you will probably never swim.
To be young is to enjoy the branches and shade of trees you did not plant;
To be mature is to plant trees whose branches and shade you will probably never get to enjoy.
To be young is to dance to music you did not write;
To be mature is to write music to which you will probably never dance.
To be young is to enjoy the programs and benefits of a church you did not build;
To be mature is to build churches whose programs and benefits you will probably never get to enjoy