moms praying

Pray with us.

Each week, parents meet to pray for our students, teachers, faculty, and staff.

Submit a prayer request.

Men’s Prayer Group

Tuesdays, 7:15-7:45 a.m.
Room A115
Led by Allin Means and Randy Cross

Biblical Business Training
Fridays, 6:30-7:30 a.m.
Room A115
Led by Chris Caplinger


Moms in Prayer
The Moms in Prayer group is open to all Westminster moms. Please join us as your schedule allows. We use the four steps of prayer and pray specifically for our own children, the faculty and staff, and for the needs of the school and the school community. The eloquence of your prayer is not what is important. The sincerity of your heart is what God hears.

Mondays, 5-6 p.m.
Room A115
Led by Teresa Hardin and Marie Braton

Wednesdays, 8-9 a.m.
Room A115
Led by Debbie Smith and Claire Atkins

Peer Counselors

During a unique time of transition, small groups of 7th, 8th, and new 9th grade students are mentored by 11th and 12th grade peer counselors who plan weekly devotional meetings and other fun extracurricular activities throughout the year.

Sponsor: Craig Walseth

Alumnus and former junior peer counselor Scott Rupprecht ’14 (pictured with his group of 8th grade boys) shares why he wanted to become a JPC and what he learned from his experience in the program.

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During my sophomore year, I become a junior high small group leader at my church. I learned that I love serving and hanging out with junior high kids and getting to know them on a deeper level. When I learned that I could become a junior peer counselor at Westminster, I immediately jumped at the opportunity. 

When I was in middle school, I didn’t know many people. During 7th and most of 8th grade, I had few friends and was basically a loner. However, growing up through freshman and sophomore year, I found a great group of friends who are hilarious and awesome. One of my goals is to be a good role model and to always be there for my guys who I know are going through a rough time. I want to be someone who they know they can hang out with and trust, so none of them has to be a ‘loner’ like I was.

During my time as a junior peer counselor, I learned that I enjoy being around a close-knit group of guys who get to know one another better and really just have fun. The easy part was getting the guys to talk; the hard part was getting them to talk about issues on a deep or personal level. However, we would get through the awkward moments and move on. The experience as a whole was awesome, and being a JPC was one of the best decisions I made during my junior year.

Putting faith into action.

All seniors participate in a yearlong service program called Faith In Action.

During their senior year, students serve every Thursday morning at a designated local agency. Over the years, Westminster seniors have learned valuable life lessons and enjoyed rich successes while serving throughout the St. Louis area. FIA offers students a tremendous opportunity to be helpful and responsible, not only as they represent Westminster in the community but also as they represent Christ to a watching world.

Sponsors: Susie Brown and Dave Schall


The purpose of Chapel is to present gospel-centered teaching and worship that is meaningful and authentic to middle and high school students.

Each week, students are spiritually encouraged and challenged by influential speakers, relevant messages, and Christ-centered worship.

The Chapel Committee provides leadership for Wednesday Chapel services.

Luke Davis – Co-Director
Robert Murphy – Co-Director
Matt DeJong – Music Coordinator
Han Kim – A/V

Parents are welcome to join us for Chapel each Wednesday from 9:20-9:50 a.m. in the Arena. Follow us on twitter 

Chapel 2017-18 Theme: Walking in the Spirit

“For the whole law is fulfilled in one word: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’…But I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh….But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.” (Galatians 5:14, 16, 22-23)

There is freedom in the Gospel. Deep, real, earth-shattering freedom. As those who look to the work of Jesus and cling to it as our only hope in life and death, we are free. Free from bondage to sin. Free from shame. Free from spinning our wheels in an attempt to earn God’s favor with our works. Free from living a life focused on self. But this Gospel freedom is more than freedom from. It is also freedom to.

Christians are free to live a different kind of life. When Jesus finished his ministry on earth, he left “another Helper”–His Spirit–to guide His followers in living out their faith. In the book of Galatians, the Apostle Paul urges Christians to live in this freedom by walking “in the Spirit.”

This year in Chapel, we seek to unpack what it means for us as a community of believers to walk in the Spirit. Each week on Wednesday morning, we hope to be reminded that we are free to live fruitful lives following the Spirit of our risen Savior. We are free to love fiercely, live joyfully, wait patiently, and cling faithfully to the hope of the Gospel.