"What does the Lord Require of you, but to do Justice, Love Kindenss and Walk Humbly with your God"  Micha 6:8

Jubilee Christmas


We are so Blessed to have been the host of our 11th Annual Daviess County  Jubliee Christmas program.  December 10 2017 First Christian Church and Westminster Presbyterian parner up and creat an evening of gift shopping and wrapping for our local families.  The parents enjoyed the trips to the Jubilee Shop selecting and wrapping gifts for their kiddos to open on Christmas morning.,

This is what one parent says Jubilee Christmas meant to her:


"The program helps us because I am disabled and on limited income

and it shows that there are people out there that care about others

and that care about their families.  I was raised on miracles and to

believe an not to ever give-up, no matter what. That is how I want my

kids to do and to believe always that God gave His only Son to help us

and that there is a time and season for everything and He provides all

the time."

Change for Change- Inside-Out Dad's Program


Daviess County Security Center's Inside Out Program was able to have a wonderful Christmas party for its granduates. Wesminster Presbyterian was able to donate $300.00 to this program thanks to our change for change offering. 


Each week we drop our extra change in a change bucket and assign a program to give it too.  The last quarter of the year went to this Inside out Dad's program.  The detainees are trained by the center to be good dad's thus preparing them for there re-entry into their families lives. 

Change for Change - Lighthouse Mission for Women


Each week we drop our extra change in a change bucket and assign a program to

give it to.


Lighthouse mission is a place for people to come and meet and a place where men can come to recover, there was the growing need for place where women can also go to recover. Again the search was on for another center to be born. Through the grace of God the founders of the Lighthouse were able to obtain the old county farm located outside the city limits, on the edge of town. The county farm is a four story building with several outside buildings including a barn and laundry facilities. The decision was made to move the men’s facility to “the farm” and open the Main Street facility to the women in need.


Westminister Pesbyterian was able, through our Change for Change offering to help with $350.00 this year. 

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