January 19, 2006
Volume 37, Number 6
Notes From the Associate Pastor
by Karen A. Blomberg
REFORMED AND ALWAYS REFORMING ?
ecently I happened upon an excellent article by Alice Case-Winters entitled
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN “Our Misused Motto.” I commend her article to you. (It can be accessed at
MAKING PROGRESS http://www.pcusa.org/today/believe/past/may04/reformed.htm.) Winters
TOWARD RENOVATIONS describes how many reformed believers have (mis) used our moniker - Reformed
and always reforming. Winters makes a compelling case that our language tense
Revised plans for renovations has led to unnecessary tension. We normally translate the Latin ecclesia
to the Westminster Sanctuary and reformata, semper reformanda - the church reformed and always reforming. This
Christian Education wing are implies that the church can reform itself, on its own. Winters suggests that a more
nearing completion. Members of accurate interpretation, especially in light of the Reformers’ intentions, is - the
the Capital Campaign Coalition church reformed and always being reformed, allowing for and acknowledging
met with the architects December God’s desire for us, and that God is the one doing the reforming, always. A
7 to review the design changes. subtle, yet profound distinction. As God’s people, we are called to live our calling
The Coalition is working with the as ecclesia, the called out ones. As such, we are responsible for opening
architects, MTFA of Arlington, ourselves to the Holy One’s reforming and renewing power. The church’s role
and the Kennedy Center organ includes providing opportunities to do this. I am moved by Larry Hayward’s
curator to determine how best to initiative to have an annual Renewal of Baptismal Vows for a Congregation. This
prepare our organ for the service from our Presbyterian Book of Common Worship is a beautiful example
upcoming construction and to of our recognizing and opening ourselves to God’s Spirit. It is not only
determine the best structural theologically sound, it is a practical and meaningful way to claim God’s presence
changes to the chancel area to that is always available and always reforms us. This service of renewal is
improve the spoken word and appropriately observed on Baptism of the Lord Sunday, which occurs in early
music program in the Sanctuary. January. Through the symbols of water and the clear stones that are received as
Additionally, the Coalition will remembrance of our baptism, we celebrate the church renewed and always being
be conducting a “walk through” renewed. This is true for us collectively as ecclesia, and individually, as God’s
of the church facility next week beloved son or daughter.
to begin determining finishes, Several stories of the clear stones were shared with me following our services
flooring, hardware, cabinetry, etc. on Baptism of the Lord Sunday on January 8th when we celebrated the Renewal
The plans will be presented to the of Baptismal Vows. Elder Sallye Brown told me that last year, after our service of
congregation in the next couple Renewal of Baptismal Vows, she had her remembrance stone sent to Dave
of months. Frankenfield in Iraq, where he was serving with our troops. Dave indicated to his
wife Andrea that he carried that stone with him every day in his pocket during his
days in Iraq. On his first Sunday back at Westminster, he saw Sallye Brown. The
first thing he did was to take this stone of remembrance from his pocket to show
Sallye. The stone reminded him of his own baptism and the sustaining, reforming
power of God. It was also a daily reminder of the renewing power of the Holy
Spirit that is experienced in and through community.
I am grateful for this service of The Renewal of Baptismal Vows for a
Congregation. It is one of many magnificent ways we can remember God’s
presence – a Presence that renews and reforms, always.
THANK-YOU’S Kudos to
& MORE Barbara Fox Mason, the Director of Child and Family
Network Centers: Ms. Fox Mason has been chosen as
one of the Washingtonians of the Year 2005, a wonderful
honor. Westminster is proud to be part of the Network
Center family – as an annual financial contributor, and as
Dear Westminster, a donor of clothing, turkey dinners and Christmas gifts to
I want to thank the many members of Westminster the low-income immigrant families whose children
Presbyterian Church for the kind thoughts expressed in benefit from the services of the Centers.
their many cards and visits to me in my rehabilitation at
Woodbine Nursing Center. They lifted my spirits when
they needed lifting. -
300 hundred individuals and families had a Travelers
wonderful Thanksgiving, complete with a turkey dinner,
because of the efforts of Don Smyles and Louise
Anderson, with the following helpers on Nov. 19: Jon Thursday, February 2. 8:30 a.m. Enjoy a
Butterbaugh and family, Doug Anderson, Diane and Cinnabon, juice and coffee before seeing the film,
Steve French, Amey Upton, Sally Murphy and her sons, Dreamer, at Springfield Mall. After door prize
Jill Ewell and Bill Eckert. The grateful recipients drawings, we will shop for one hour, then meet for
included: Network Preschool, Arlandria Health Clinic, lunch at the food court. $1 plus lunch.
Creative Preschool, ALIVE! and some Westminster
families. Our warm thanks to you all! Thursday, February 16. 11:30 a.m. Lunch at Sir
Judy Hansen Walter Raleigh Inns, Fairfax County. $1 plus lunch.
Thursday, February 23. 7:00 p.m. The Mystery
2005 CHRISTMAS JOY OFFERING of Edwin Drood, at Little Theatre of Alexandria. $1.
COLLECTS $7,562.93 Upcoming extended trips:
The Christmas Joy Offering received at our Christmas July 30 - August 5, 2006. 7 Day Michigan
Eve Services collected $7,562.93. This far exceeds the Sampler. Includes 3 nights waterfront in St. Ignace,
amounts received the prior two years the Offering was Upper Peninsula. Highlights: carriage tour of
collected. The Christmas Joy Offering is one of Four Mackinac Island, lunch at famous Grand Hotel,
Special Offerings authorized by the General Assembly of Tahquamenon Falls, Soo Locks dinner cruise,
the Presbyterian Church (USA). The other one of these Frankenmuth”s “Little Bavaria,” & Henry Ford
Special Offerings in which Westminster participates is Museum. $835 per person/ double room. Single
the One Great Hour of Sharing Offering taken up at supplement: $195. First registration: Sunday, January
Easter. The Christmas Joy Offering is divided evenly 29 at noon Coffee Hour. Deposit ($100, non-
between the Board of Pensions, which uses it to meet refundable) due April 2. Final check due June 11.
emergency needs of current and retired church workers, November 27 – December 1, 2006. 5 Day
and support for seven Presbyterian racial ethnic schools Nashville, Tennessee Christmas Holiday. Includes 2
and colleges. This has been a particularly difficult year nights at Opryland Hotel, 1 night at Martha
for Presbyterian church workers in the Southeastern Washington Inn, Abingdon, VA. Highlights: 2
United States as a result of hurricanes Katrina, Rita and shows, 1 play, & 1 tour. $780 per person, double.
Wilma. You can be sure that your support of their Single supplement: $204. First registration: January
emergency needs through your contribution to the 29. Check dates to be announced.
Christmas Joy Offering is greatly appreciated. According
to the Board of Pensions: “Again and again, recipients of After January 29, reservations are open to
grants large and small say that as important as the persons beyond the church family. “Family”
financial assistance was, what really sustained them was includes Westminster members, their roommates,
the knowledge that the church was standing with them in and relatives of members. Contact Sandy Calhoun
their time of need.” We are after all All One Family. at 703-549-4766 for more information.
ADULT CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
Sunday Morning Classes for Adults
Classes will be held Sundays from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. All adults are welcome; no registration
is necessary. For more information, contact Clara Beth Van de Water at 703-549-4766 X16.
I. “The Spirit-Led Prophetic Church of Luke and Acts” IV. “Political Islam”
January 22-March 26, Westminster Room. March 5-26, Haverkamp Room.
Dr. A. Katherine Grieb, Professor of New Testament at This course will be taught by Alan Capps of the
Virginia Theological Seminary, will offer an introduction Answer Institute on Homeland Security.
to the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles. Luke
and Acts were written as a two-part work, and this is the
opportunity to read them together. Dr. Grieb is a New NEW IDEAS FOR ADULT EDUCATION
Testament scholar, an Episcopal priest, the author of If you have ideas for topics, teachers, speakers, types
several books, and a frequent teacher at the National of classes, or other aspects of adult education, please
Cathedral. Her course will focus on Jesus’s position in the contact Clara Beth Van de Water, Director of Adult
prophetic tradition, his best-loved parables, Peter’s Education, at 703-549-4766 X16.
preaching, and Paul’s conversion and missionary journeys.
II. “Integrating Your Decision Making REFORMED INSTITUTE CONVOCATION
with Your Spiritual Life” TO FEATURE MARILYNNE ROBINSON
January 22 and 29, Haverkamp Room. The Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington
Dr. Jacques Hadler, Director of Field Education at will present Marilynne Robinson speaking on “The
Virginia Theological Seminary, will offer suggestions Fear of Particularity and the Decline of the Mainline
for connecting our Christian faith to life in our secular Church” on Saturday, January 28, 2006, from 9:30
culture, particularly to our personal and corporate a.m. to noon at National Presbyterian Church. Ms.
decision making. Rev. Hadler is an Episcopal priest and Robinson was awarded the Pulitzer prize for her novel
directs field education for students at Virginia Seminary. Gilead. A continental breakfast will precede the
He also teaches at the seminary and consults with presentation at 9:00 a.m., and Ms. Robinson will sign
churches, especially in the areas of leadership, books after her talk. National Presbyterian Church is
spirituality, and congregational development. located at 4101 Nebraska Avenue, N.W., in
Washington. Although there is no fee or registration,
III. “The Story of Church Music” the Reformed Institute would appreciate a head-count
February 5-26, Haverkamp Room. for planning purposes. Please call Clara Beth Van de
Dr. Paul Stetsenko, Westminster’s Director of Music Water (703-549-4766 X16) or e-mail Connie Ring
and a graduate of the Julliard School, will trace the (email@example.com) if you expect to attend. If you need
history and development of church music from its earliest a ride, call Deacon Pat Prosperi (703-354-7268).
roots in the Middle East to its contemporary forms.
WOMEN’S BOOK GROUPS TO
DISCUSS GILEAD IN FEBRUARY
On February 21, the women’s book groups will
discuss Gilead, the Pulitzer Prize-
Coming In March winning novel by
The annual women’s retreat will be held Friday Discussions will be led
evening, March 10, through lunch on Sunday, March 12, by Clara Beth Van de
at the Hallowood Retreat Center in Comus, Maryland. Water at 11:00 a.m. and
Pastor Larry Hayward will lead the program, and the 7:30 p.m. in the Cliff
topic will be “Ecclesiastes: All is Vanity.” Registration Johnson Parlor. All
forms will be included in the February Chronicle. women are invited.
AN INTRODUCTION TO
WPC’S LOCAL MISSIONS:
for the Homeless, Inc. (AACH)
This article is the second one in a series which focuses on
highlighting one of the local organizations that Westminster
supports to reintroduce you to the good work of these groups
and to make you more aware of volunteer opportunities.
AACH Field Trip Coordinators
AACH was created in 1985 by concerned citizens of Organize and help conduct field trips for the Sullivan
Arlington and Alexandria to give homeless families the House kids in the metro area, on one or two Saturdays
support, shelter, counseling and employment training per month for 4-5 hours.
they need to regain self-sufficiency. The AACH team of
more than 20 professionals assists these families, in Tutor
coordination with public agencies, businesses, churches Be available, on an as needed basis, to tutor children
and community groups. The Adopt-A-Family program, or adults. The client and the volunteer schedule tutoring
in which Westminster is currently participating, began in sessions and work together for as long as needed.
1988 as a response to a need to provide longer term
support for the families to secure permanent housing. Front Desk Assistant
More than 50 Arlington and Alexandria families each Staff the front desk at Sullivan House to answer
year are provided intensive care management and phones, greet clients and donors, and accept donations.
temporary financial subsidies toward housing, childcare Volunteers are trained and work for a two hour shift
and transportation. Clients are able to gain greater only. Volunteers are most needed on weekends.
household stability and self-sufficiency within the 18 to
24 month period of program support. Sullivan House, Workshop Presenter
AACH’s 50-bed, apartment-style shelter, has been in Plan and lead a workshop or discussion re: basic life
operation since 1986, with priority given to families and skills such as financial literacy, budgeting, job
battered women. In addition, AACH offers Lifeworks interviewing, etc. for the parents in Sullivan House. You
which focuses on employment and education and can suggest your own topic or AACH can recommend
Support for Kids in Transition (SKIT). Below is a one. The workshops are on select weekday evenings and
listing of volunteer opportunities with AACH. last from 7-8 p.m.
Westminster’s liaison with AACH, Chris Ptomey, and I
urge you to get involved. More information is also on the Fundraising/Event Helper
Local Missions bulletin board in Fellowship Hall. Help raise funds, hand out information or represent
AACH at events.
SKIT Activity Leaders
Organize and lead fun activities for the kids living in Judy Hansen
Sullivan House. Approximately two nights per week, Coordinator of Local Missions
from 7-8 p.m., the Leaders interact with the kids, using
the playroom’s computers, books and games.
LOCAL MISSIONS COMMITTEE NOTES
Car Needed Volunteer Opportunities
An individual who is well known and respected by Habitat for Humanity Restore needs drivers and
many Westminsterites, and who is involved in our helpers to pick up home improvement donations.
church, is in desperate need of 1) donated repair Trucks are provided. Volunteers must be at least 25
work to make her current car operable or 2) a car to and have good driving records. Help is also needed
provide transportation to her place of employment. If with stocking shelves and assisting customers. Please
you are able to help in any way please contact Judy call 703-521-9890, ext. 101.
Hansen at (703) 548-9345 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Senior Services of Alexandria is seeking assistance
Thanks so much. with food deliveries for a Meals on Wheels program.
Please call 703-836-4414, ext. 4.
News from Extend a Welcome
United Orphanage & Academy In the mid-winter solstice there appears the perfect
opportunity for you! Extend a warm and welcoming
In Moi's Bridge, Kenya invitation to your co-worker, neighbor or an
acquaintance to join you for fellowship and worship at
Westminster. Often in the winter month’s people are
OFF TO A GOOD START IN 2006 searching for connection or renewal. Instigate such joy
by offering someone the opportunity to worship with
Just before Christmas Westminster bankwired $9,587 you this New Year!
to the United Orphanage & Academy bank account to
fund 2006 operations. Of that $9,000 was designated for Your New Member Committee
orphan support which means that 15 orphans had, as of
that remittance, received full support for all of 2006. In
addition, pledges for full support of another 18 have been
received. Of the total contributed and pledged, eight DC Lunch Bunch
represent new sponsors, which should enable us to WPC members and friends who work in
almost reach our goal of sponsorship for all 40 openings DC or might come to town just for lunch are
available. If you are a 2005 sponsor that has not renewed invited to join the Lunch Bunch at 12 noon
your orphan support for 2006, but intend to do so, please on Wednesday, February 15 at Zaytinya
contact Henri Rush. Otherwise he will contact you. Of (www.zaytinya.com) in northwest DC (701
course, additional new sponsors will be very welcome. Ninth Street). Take the red line to Gallery
The major fund raising activity for this year will be Place/MCI Center stop and Zaytinya is across the street
raising roughly $25,000 in funds to drill a well on the from the 9th & G Street exit. Zaytinya serves mezze,
property. This will not only provide the orphanage with an small plates of Eastern Mediterranean food (Zaytinya
assured source of safe drinking water (they are currently means olive oil in Turkish). Please RSVP by February
hauling water from the nearby river), but will also permit 14 to Barbara at email@example.com
them to sell safe drinking water to the surrounding
community providing a source of revenue. Donations to
the well project will be very much appreciated.
Old Presbyterian Meeting House is presenting a Last Chance to Sign Up
“Concert for a Cause” on January 22nd at 4:00 p.m. in for Continuing Discussion
their sanctuary to support well construction at the
orphanage. See below for concert details. Members of of Role of Religion in
Westminster are encouraged to attend this concert and, Contemporary American Politics
of course, to give generously.
So far only two people have expressed interest to
Clara Beth Van de Water in continuing the discussion
of the role of religion in contemporary American
politics using Jim Wallis’ book God’s Politics as a
starting point. Jim Hoben and Henri Rush are willing
Concert January 22 to facilitate such a discussion on Monday nights at
7:30 p.m. commencing February 6th, if there is
to Support United Orphanage enough interest in pursuing the matter. Please let
Clara Beth know before the end of January if you
The Old Presbyterian Meeting House is presenting a
would like to be part of such a
concert to celebrate Mozart’s 250th Birthday on January
group. If you would like to
22nd at 4:00 p.m. in their sanctuary. A highlight of the
obtain a copy of
program will be Vera Kochanowsky and Thomas
God’s Politics at the
MacCracken playing on an exact replica of Mozart's
discounted rate of
own piano. Proceeds from a free will offering will be
$17.00 contact Henri
dedicated to help support drilling of a well at the United
Orphanage & Academy in Moi's Bridge, Kenya. Old
Presbyterian Meeting House is located at 321 S Fairfax
Street in Alexandria.
A Message for
THE QUESTIONS OF YOUTH MINISTRY
What are we doing on the stewards of our gifts if we were unclear about the
21st? When is the mission trip? What central aim of our activity.
time will you be back from the bowling alley? Who will Over the next several weeks and months, I will be
bring the DONUTS? asking us, the youth, parents, members and leaders of
These important questions often predominate the this church the question, why are we here? What are we
world of youth ministry. As you have discovered trying to achieve? This question-and-answer process
through the frequently blank look on my face, youth will not be an exercise in order-taking. I won’t be
directors/pastors often lack adequate answers. Rest asking for all the ingredients you want on your youth
assured, I am working on your questions! Be assured ministry burger so that I can go and cook it. Instead, we
that I too have an important inquiry that demands our will be investing time in conversation with God and
collective attention. each other about our deepest hopes for our youth
Namely, why are we here? By “here”, I mean in the ministry. My hope is that these conversations will lead
church, doing Youth Café, fellowship hours, lock-ins us to a vibrant ministry that abides in Jesus Christ as he
and mission trips. These programs, when done well, abides in us.
require a lot of work, resource and energy, not just of And we’ll still need donuts…
me and the church staff, but of youth, parents, Patrick
teachers and volunteers. We would be terrible Director of Youth Ministries
Christmas Elves at Work
Many Westminster individuals and families opened hurricane victim, who came to us through Alexandria’s
their hearts and their wallets and took precious time Department of Human Services. A few Westminsterites
over the holidays to bring smiles, joy, warmth and bought and delivered presents to both Mr. Tessemma
comfort to many low-income Alexandria families and their Share the Spirit family, for which we are
associated with the Network Preschools. For those of doubly grateful. Mr. Tessemma currently has a part-time
you who participated in Share the Spirit, you know that job and is seriously considering returning to college.
you were indeed blessed, making your Christmas even The newly created Member Response Team is taking
more meaningful. Kathy Hays, the Elf Extraordinare for Mr. Tessemma under its wing, and the funds
Share the Spirit, did a wonderful job as well. Westminster set aside for hurricane victims will be used
Also, in mid-December, Westminster made a to assist him as needed.
commitment to sponsor Yohannes Tessemma, a Katrina Our warm thanks and appreciation to the following:
Charley, Kathy and Sierra Hays David, Sue and Benjamin Aland Lois and John Smithers
Louise and Doug Anderson Janet Komorske and family Patty Chamberlain and family
Jill Ewell and family Spencer and Carol Nancy Harper and the
Jordan Taylor Dickerson and family WPC Singles Group
Bill Watts Melissa and Lee Davis Marilyn, Bill, John & David Eckert
Judy and John Hansen, Kristina Jim Larrison and family Yvonne, Brian, Kristen
Hansen Smith and Kent Smith Susan Griffith and family & Eric Folkerts
Robin McFarland Nancie Williams Sallye Brown
Alison Kicak and family Sam Ulm and family Pat Buckley
Henri and Candace Rush Bill Keeth and family Members of the Westminster Choir
Jim Hoben and family Nancy and Buzzie Harris Madeline and Chuck Ramsey
Brian and Meg Laubscher Diane and Steve French Susan Cloud and family
Ed and Connie Clancy Patricia Scroggs and family Lisa Zickar and family
Susan Behnke Jon Butterbaugh, Debra and
Carol and Matt Skiba Christina Higgins Judy Hansen
Coordinator of Local Missions
2005 Coins For Kids
Collection Totals $270.40
In 2005 Westminster's Coins for Kids Offering,
collected in the loose change receptacles at both
Be a Part of entrances to the sanctuary, collected a total of $270.40.
the Miracle of 5000 Dimes The Offering is a joint project of the Mission
Committees to raise money to help kids in need
Girls and boys in Creation Station are experiencing locally and around the world. It is usually divided
the story of the boy who shared his lunch of 2 fish equally between projects of the two
and 5 loaves with Jesus. After Jesus blessed it and Committees. Last year, however, with
passed it out, this small amount of food fed more the approval of the Local Mission
than 5000! Plus the disciples collected twelve Committee, $199.00 was used by the
baskets of leftovers. group that went to Spirit Lake Sioux
To experience “5000” we are collecting 5000 Indian Reservation in North Dakota last
dimes. You may help us collect 100 rolls of summer to help Indian children prepare for
dimes–don’t bring us individual dimes but one the 2005-2006 school year. The remaining
or more rolls ($5 each) so we will be able to $71.40 will be used by the Local Mission
determine when we reach our goal of 100 rolls Committee to help kids locally.
or 5000 dimes. Then come to church on Please remember to empty your pockets or
January 29 at the 11:00 worship service where pocketbooks of loose change as you enter the
you will be able to see–AND HEAR–5000 dimes! sanctuary. If you do, we can do so much more to
The $500 worth of 5000 dimes will then be sent help kids in need.
to Church World Service to buy 5000 fish
fingerlings to help families in the Andean mountains of
Bolivia raise fish to support and feed their families.
BE A PART OF THE MIRACLE.
Westminster Weekday Preschool
registration for the Fall of
2006 has begun. Classes will
Opportunities In be available for children who
Creation Station have reached the ages of 2-
1/2, 3 or 4 as of September
As we head into the last three rotations of this 2006.
year, there are still opportunities to teach workshops: Any interested church
Triumphal Entry: games, storytelling, computers member should obtain an application from the
(March 5, 12, 19, 26, April 1); and Occupations in Preschool office after January 18. Application forms
Bible Times: storytelling, science, art (April 23, 30, must be returned to the Preschool office any time
May 7, 14, 21). There is also an opportunity to be a before noon on January 27.
shepherd in the last rotation. Call Joan Sutter at 703- Open houses for parents interested in observing the
549-4766 and volunteer to enjoy this exciting way of program will be held on January 24 and 26 between
teaching and learning! 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. It is not necessary to make an
appointment. For further information, please call Nedra
Trahant, Director, at 703-549-5267 between 9:00 a.m.
and 12:00 noon.
Larry Hayward Pastor
Karen Blomberg Associate Pastor
Paul Stetsenko Director of Music Ministries
Joan Sutter Director of Children’s Ministries
Patrick Hunnicutt Director of Youth Ministries
Clara Beth Van de Water Director of Adult Education
Sandra Calhoun Director of Seniors’ Ministries
Henri Rush Coordinator of Nat’l/Internat’l Missions
Judy Hansen Coordinator for Local Missions
Jim Hoben Coordinator for Community Relations
Art Sauer Coordinator of Volunteer Ministries
Nancy Bea Business Administrator
Tara Cain Program Secretary
Marvin Johnson Sexton
Eddie Watkins Sexton
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“First Boomers Turn 60” – You’ve probably seen a lot of articles with this or a similar title lately. One
thing these articles consistently point out is that the Baby Boom generation, which has never gone quietly
through any phase of life, will not settle quietly into a sedate retirement. Boomers have led active working
lives and expect to be active in retirement. This doesn’t just mean active in travel and recreation rather, it
means they want to be actively involved in their community – especially in helping others.
Westminster has a sizeable number of members in this newly retired or soon to be retired age group. If
you are one of these people and are looking for something to do with the rest of your life, Westminster
can help you. You don’t need to become a full-time volunteer. There are plenty of things that involve only
a few hours a week.
The church office has a continuing need for folks to answer phones and do other office tasks. There is
also a need for another volunteer to help with duplicating the weekly bulletins and other items. As the
weather warms up we will need people to help maintain the Rose Garden and other landscaping around
the church. Perhaps you can spare a couple of hours a week to tutor a child at George Mason Elementary
School. These are only a sampling of the many opportunities that exist within the Westminster
community. You don’t even need to be a Baby Boomer.
If you are interested in getting involved, the easiest way is to return the recently mailed Time & Talent
survey. For additional information call me at 703-549-4766 or drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coordinator of Volunteer Activities