Our StaffRev. Randolph C. Nolen
Clerk of Session
Commissioned Ruling Elder
Commissioned Ruling Elder
Moderator, Presbyterian Women
Presbytery Alternate Commissioner
Ruling Elder, Session Class 2015, Evangelism & Concern
Ruling Elder, Session Class 2015, Property
Ruling Elder, Session Class 2015, Fellowship
Ruling Elder, Session Class 2016, Nominating
Ruling Elder, Session Class 2016, Mission & Stewardship
Ruling Elder, Session Class 2016, Worship
Ruling Elder, Session Class 2017, Communications
Ruling Elder, Session Class 2017, Personnel
Ruling Elder, Session Class 2017, Christian Education
At Westminster we believe that when Sunday worship ends, our true service begins! Our congregation supports many projects:
Community Kitchen is an organization that serves a free meal at noon 365 days a year. We work every other Thursday, making sandwiches for the weekend, and helping to prepare a hot meal for Thursday. Three or four times a year we pass out sack lunches on the weekend.
Our "Piece" Makers make quilts and layettes that are given to Good Samaritan, local families, Cristo Rey, and the County Health Department.
CASA Mentors and kids conduct their program in our Fellowship Hall. We provide their dinner.
CASA Family Adoption at Christmas
We provide financial support for a variety of missions through:
- Heifer Project
- Hispanic Outreach in the Pecos Valley
- Minority Outreach
- Presbyterian Women Thank Offering
- Presbyterian Women Birthday Offering
- Presbyterian Women Fellowship of the Least Coin
- Cents-ability (Two-Cents-A-Meal Program)
Presbyterian Church Westminster
Westminster Presbyterian Church was officially organized on April 26, 1961 with 82 charter members. Rev. Travis Hyatt was the organizing pastor and moderator of Pecos Valley Presbytery (now Sierra Blanca Presbytery).
The first worship service of the new Roswell Presbyterian Fellowship was held on Sunday, February 19, 1961 in the Knights of Pythias Hall at 1601 W.
In 1962 a building site was located, which was donated by the builders of Enchanted Hills. Dick Wagoner was selected as architect and Holloway Construction Company as the builder. A Mission Grant from General Assembly provided enough cash to get started, but when it came to financing the building, they had nothing to secure a loan. The loan company agreed to accept personal signatures from the membership to secure the loan by using their homes as collateral. Members also assisted with the building project by doing finishing work, such as painting, laying floor tile, etc., to help defray some of the cost. The building was completed and was dedicated on May 16, 1965. The closing of Walker Air Force Base in the mid 1960’s, put a strain on all of