Ministries & Community Outreach
Westminster Presbyterian Church believes in giving back to our community
by opening our doors and hearts to those in need.
If you would like to volunteer your time and/or resources to one of these ministries
please contact the church office: 931.388.3703
Room in the Inn
Room in the Inn is a structured intentional
Christ-centered community supporting people in need of a safe place to receive shelter and compassionate care as they seek to work through transitional life changing events.
Rooms are provided to offer a peaceful and quiet nights sleep. Guests are given time and care by the innkeepers in order to bring stability to their lives. Guests are encouraged to access supportive assistance from local agencies and loving folks. The goal is to assist our guests in establishing new opportunities of homes and employment.
Please follow this ministry on our Facebook page Room in the Inn Columbia, TN. Our needs are ever changing and we seek community support for food, clothing, linens, etc.
The Food Pantry is a year-round program providing free food and toiletries to families and individuals in the community. The Food Pantry is supported by many volunteers, Room in the Inn guests, Compass youth, and community donations.
The Compass Program is a mentoring initiative offered by the Maury County Juvenile Court in collaboration with Westminster Presbyterian Church. The 10-week program provides mentoring, guidance and community service projects and educational opportunities for at-risk youth.
From its inception in 2014, Compass has served 245 youth. Many of the youth have gone on to complete college and enter careers in nursing, education, food management and firefighting.
We also support the following through our missions:
Westminster Deacon’s Fund
The Outreach Foundation
MSTU Presbytery Youth Center
Maury Chaplin Ministries
Middle Tennessee Presbytery
Christmas Joy Fund
Middle TN Pregnancy Center
One Great Hour of Sharing
Center of Hope
Place of Hope
Reverend Kane & Felix
Rev. Kane and Felix are often found in the community visiting the sick at the hospital, visiting the elderly in the nursing homes, in Juvenile Court with troubled teens, at Rotary Club, etc. Felix is a certified service dog trained by Rev. Kane and his wife, Carol.