All are welcome to worship at Westminster Church. We are a Reformed communion of believers serving the western suburbs of Chicago with biblical preaching and reverent worship.
The first Sunday of the month all present for worship are welcome to join us for our monthly luncheon. We also celebrate the sacrament of the Lord's Supper during worship on the 1st (in the a.m.) and 3rd (in the p.m.) Sundays of each month.
Sundays @ Westminster
Worship at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday School at 11:15 a.m.
Worship at 5:00 p.m. (no p.m. worship 1st Sunday of the month)
- Very edifying and thought-provokingOctober 21, 2017 by Carl Gobelman from United States
I was turned onto these guys by an elder in my church and I haven’t regretted a single moment. TSP is one of my go-to podcasts that I look forward to every week. Doctrinally sound and confessionally minded. If you want solid Reformed content, look no further.
- Great and informing podcast!August 16, 2017 by Cary Gephart from United States
Love the banter between these two guys but also the well-informed discussions they have about a variety of biblical topics. Keep up the good work guys! P.S. Rob's wife is my kids principle. Providence Christian Academy rocks!!!
- Love it!May 26, 2017 by 184748486993 from United States
The hosts are amicable to the brethren and informative concerning reformed theology. I learn something new every episode!
- A Real TreasureMay 2, 2017 by Lord Lacey from United States
I found this Podcast through Reformed Forum/Christ the Center. I have listened pretty regularly for a while now. I thought the Revelation Series was enjoyable and well done. I used it as a supplement to my study of the book. The Dispensational Series was a pure joy to listen. As a Reformed Presbyterian I see most things through the same lense as these gentleman but I do think they do a nice job of presenting both sides of a certain topic. I look forward to future stuff from TSP. Keep up the good work gentleman.
- Buckle up.January 19, 2017 by ApesMess from United States
I came for an explanation of dispensationalism and got a thorough series on the nitty gritty details of this theology and its history. I consider myself a bit of an expert now... I also especially enjoyed the podcasts on the lives of Abraham and Noah. Thanks Rob + Bob!
- Simply Profound Indeed!November 2, 2016 by AngelMendezJr from United States
I love theology and quite honestly, every Believer should. It is, after all, the study of God. But if you love Covenantal Theology, as opposed to Dispensational Theology, then you'll absolutely be helped and stretched by this podcast. Even if you hold to Dispensationalism, download these episodes and learn what the "other side" believes. And if you don't know what either of these two theologies are...well then you too will be in for a treat!
- Thrilled to have stumbled upon!August 23, 2016 by marciw7 from United States
I was searching for Wayne Grudem's systematic theology teaching and clicked on this and I'm thankful I did. Coming from 40 years of dispensational teaching, the episodes that compared it with covenant theology really opened my eyes. Love the conversational style. Highly recommend!
- If you are interested in Reformed theology...August 13, 2016 by Erame from United States
A great podcast, especially if you are into The White Horse Inn and Reformed Forum podcasts. Very conversational and accessable yet rich. The series on Dispensationalism is especially helpful. The hosts carefully unpack Dispensationalism and show how it differs from Reformed covanental understanding of the Bible. The episodes are a bit on the longer side, so make sure you have the time to listen carefully; it's worth it.
- very goodAugust 9, 2016 by bjorgsd from United States
The series on Dispensationalism is very educational. The hosts did not attack or put it down, but tried to explain how each side would present itself to provide us a basis for dialog.
- Great discussionsAugust 6, 2016 by PeteTrane from United States
I really like this podcast especially their series on dispensationalism. Its very charitable and educational, even for a reforming Christian coming out of that system.