Welcome to Westfield!Questions? Answers.
Worship with Us
Where is the church?
Where do I park?
Limited parking is available in the lot directly behind the church accessible from Main Street. Additional parking is available on the streets surrounding the church.
What will the service be like?
Worship begins at 10 am (9 am in July and August). It is traditional in style and includes elements of music, scripture, and prayer.
Must I be a member of Westfield to partake in Holy Communion?
The Communion table is open to anyone who seeks to respond to Christ’s love… adults and children are welcome.
Is there a dress code at Westfield?
Wear what makes you comfortable. It is Connecticut and it can get cool! On any given Sunday, given the season and temperature, a range of styles can be viewed… from suits to business casual to shorts.
How early should I arrive for service?
Arriving 10 to 15 minutes prior to the start of service will give you an opportunity to find a parking space, escort children to nursery if necessary, and find a seat in the Sanctuary.
Where do my children go during the service?
Children are welcome to attend Worship services with their parents, but we also offer exciting and educational Sunday School programming for children aged 4 years through the fifth grade. Most children stay in worship through the Children’s Message then head to Sunday School.
Nursery care is also available for infants and toddlers.
Who's welcome at Westfield?
What We Believe
We believe that God is a loving God who made the human being in God’s image. Therefore, all people are of value and loved by God.
In Christ, the head of the church, God conquers sin and reconciles the world to Divine Love. We believe in God, and we follow Jesus.
God’s continuing presence and activity in the world.
God, Christ, Holy Spirit are one.
A community of people united in Christ through worship, work, and witness--not a building.
The inspired Word of God. We take scripture seriously, not literally.
Service to Others
The mission of the Church is to work for justice and to establish God’s Realm in the world.
We celebrate two: Baptism and Communion. It is through baptism that persons are joined in faith with Jesus and accepted into the fellowship of the church. The breaking of bread and pouring of wine are done in remembrance of Christ’s death and his resurrection.
Faith isn't not asking questions. It's asking questions, doubting, believing, and trusting. It's messy, it's hard, it's worth it.