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We worship every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Services are warm and family-friendly, traditional in style but casual in feel.
Whether it is your first time setting foot inside a church, or you are a seasoned Presbyterian, our experience of worship will be richer with you there. Please join us next week!
9:45 am Sunday School (all ages)
11:00 am Worship
12:00 pm After Church Fellowship
Children in Worship
Children are an important part of WPC and families are encouraged to bring children to worship. Worship bags are provided to keep young hands busy. Services include a special time for children, after which Kindergarten and younger may return to a classroom for playtime until worship has concluded.
While even our littlest ones are welcome in worship, childcare for infants - age 2 is offered from 9:45 am - 12:00 pm every Sunday.
We have a number of special worship services (Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Christmas Eve, etc.), throughout the year. Childcare is always available.
Rev. Alex Lee-Cornell
Alex was born and raised in Decatur, Georgia, the son of a Presbyterian pastor and urban planner. He moved to Texas to attend Trinity University in San Antonio, where he studied sociology, Spanish, and breakfast tacos. After graduation, he completed a year-long term of service as a Young Adult Volunteer for the Presbyterian Church (USA), in Lima, Peru, followed by a second year in Los Angeles, CA. He then returned to Texas to enroll in the Masters of Divinity program at Austin Seminary. As part of his coursework, he spent a summer in New Orleans as a ministry intern (and after-hours beer and crawfish intern) at St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church. That summer he also met his wife, Kathy, who currently serves as Associate Pastor for Mission at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas. Alex and Kathy have a two-year-old son, Owen, who enjoys hide and seek, playing in sprinklers, and spitting out his vegetables. Prior to coming to Westminster, Alex has served as pastor of St. Stephen Presbyterian Church in Houston, a homeless services caseworker at the Stewpot in Dallas, and Interim Associate Pastor of St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church in Richardson. Alex is passionate about church potlucks, new interpretations of scripture, and working for a more just world. He also enjoys exploring places outdoors to run or hike, trying new restaurants, and finishing toddler-sized portions of partially-chewed vegetables.