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'''Westminster Presbyterian Church''' is a congregation affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) located at 20 [[6th Avenue Southwest]] in [[Titusville]].. It was founded in [[1945]] and has been part of the [[Presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley]] since the presbytery was integrated in [[1964]].  
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'''Westminster Presbyterian Church''' is a congregation affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) located at 20 [[6th Avenue Southwest]] in [[Titusville]]. It was founded as a mission in [[1943]] and was incorporated in [[1945]] as part of the [[Central Alabama Presbytery]].
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Under founding pastor [[John Rice]], the church erected a new sanctuary in [[1951]], shortly before he turned the pulpit  over to his son, [[John Rice, Jr]]. The congregation has been part of the [[Presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley]] since the presbyteries were integrated in [[1964]].  
  
 
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Revision as of 09:38, 5 June 2010

Westminster Presbyterian Church is a congregation affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) located at 20 6th Avenue Southwest in Titusville. It was founded as a mission in 1943 and was incorporated in 1945 as part of the Central Alabama Presbytery.

Under founding pastor John Rice, the church erected a new sanctuary in 1951, shortly before he turned the pulpit over to his son, John Rice, Jr. The congregation has been part of the Presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley since the presbyteries were integrated in 1964.

Pastors

References

  • Garrison, Greg (June 5, 2010) "Condoleezza Rice recalls Birmingham childhood roots at Titusville church." Birmingham News