West Side Presbyterian Church dedicates Centennial Courtyard

September 11, 2011 at 4:15 pm | In West Seattle history, West Seattle news, West Seattle religion | 2 Comments

Much of the celebrating was done six months ago, but West Side Presbyterian Church‘s centennial will leave a lasting memory – the Centennial Courtyard, dedicated this afternoon.

Speaking to those gathered to dedicate the new courtyard, Laurinda O’Connell and WSPC’s pastor, Rev. Paul Smith:

Rev. Smith marks a milestone of his own this year – 30 years since he became pastor of WSPC.

2 Comments

  1. LOVE this church!

    Comment by Molly — 6:13 pm September 11, 2011 #

  2. As someone who often walks by on my way to the Junction, I really appreciate the visible time and effort that the congregation places into caring for the landscaping/outward appearance of their church. It’s an effort of love that a lot of our West Seattle churches, business, apartments, etc… take on and it is greatly appreciated by the community as a whole. My walks/runs along California are all the better for it. I hope everyone at the church gets enjoy your new courtyard for many years to come!

    Comment by Thistle — 10:04 am September 12, 2011 #

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