Connect with the Church Family

It's important that you get connected with other people as you journey through life. Through small group settings like choir, Bible studies, art classes, and retreats, participants develop deep lasting friendships borne out of faith. At West Raleigh, we offer many opportunities for you to meet new people, build lasting friendships and establish yourself within this church community. We hope you experience a sense of "belonging" here.

Fellowship Club

P5090666 editedThe Fellowship Club is for members age 50 or over. The purpose was to make available activities for the senior citizens in our church and community.  The club is a member of the Golden Year's Association, sponsored by Raleigh Parks and Recreation.  Advantages of being a member include tickets to Raleigh Little Theater, concerts, Friday symphonies, special planned trips, classes and a variety of other activities. 

We meet the second Tuesday of each month, September through May in the Fellowship Hall, at 10:00 a.m.  Activities include trips, educational programs, comedians, singers, Bingo and more.

Young Adults

If you are looking for a genuine community – one that connects to other young adults as well as people of all ages – you are in the right place. Young Adults of West Raleigh (YAWR) meet weekly for food, fellowship, and study. Check out the Google calendar at the bottom of this page for details on our upcoming YAWR events. 


 Join the YAWR listserv to receive weekly reminders and updates.



Wednesday Night Meet-Ups

Young Adult Sunday School


When: Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. (late-comers welcome)

Where: Various locations - see Google calendar for details 

Why: Fellowship & study


When: Sundays at 9:45 a.m. (September-May)

Where: Room 100 at WRPC

Why: Study and discussion


The purpose of our Tuesday evening meet-ups & outings vary.

Here's a general rotation:

  • 1st Tuesday: Dinner at WRPC member’s home
  • 2nd Tuesday: Social event
  • 3rd Tuesday: Study/discussion
  • 4th Tuesday: Social event
  • (5th Tuesday: Study/discussion)

While Tuesday nights will largely be focused around fellowship and community building, Sunday mornings will be dedicated to bible studies, book groups, and other lessons. This class will be largely self-led, but will occassionally welcome outside guests & team up with other WRPC Sunday school classes.


Current Study: Four Gospels, One Jesus



YAWR Events Calendar


Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women provides an unique opportunity for women to worship and serve the church and the community through bible study circles, gatherings, service projects, hostess and flower duty, and an annual retreat.  Learn more about opportunities to connect and grow with other women.