UKirk Williamsburg is a PC(USA) college fellowship based out of Williamsburg Presbyterian Church. UKirk Williamsburg welcomes all college students who are seeking to find a “second home” during their years at the College of William & Mary, Christopher Newport University, Thomas Nelson Community College or other institutions of higher learning. Check out the Facebook group UKirk Williamsburg to stay up to date on the latest happenings!
Pastor Rachel Hébert, Associate Pastor of Community Care, will answer any additional questions or information you might wish. Or, you just might run into her on the W&M campus at the Daily Grind holding Office Hours each week for students to buy them a cup of coffee!
Four informal adult education classes meet on Sunday morning at 9:30am. They encourage thoughtful discussion and loving support. There are no prerequisites; drop-ins are always welcome.
Gather (also known as "First Fridays") is a fellowship generally ranging from mid-twenties to mid-forties. Since 2016, activities have included:
• outings to restaurants and wineries • cookouts/potlucks with and without lawn games • movie and game nights• bowling • mini-golf • a visit to a botanical garden • an escape room, and • a retreat.
We are currently on hiatus for the summer (and COVID), but plan to return for an outdoor activity in September, probably on the 10th to avoid conflicts with Labor Day weekend. See the Facebook page for more information.
The Chancel Choir is open to adults of all ages and welcomes the participation of college students. The choir rehearses Wednesdays 7:30 - 9:00pm. The Chancel Choir prepares choral music of all styles and time periods and participates in most worship services throughout the year.
The Westminster Ringers bell choir is open to college age ringers. The choir rehearses Thursday evenings 7:30 to 9:00pm.
The Westminster Ringers is an intermediate to advanced level bell choir. Some ringing experience and music literacy is preferred. The Westminster Ringers explore the creative frontiers of this emerging genre, using a wide range of repertoire. The choir participates in worship several times a year.