As Christians, we are called to witness to God’s love and grace. Our witness begins right here, on campus at WHPC.

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Mobile Loaves and Fishes Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church

Mobile Loaves & Fishes: Sign up today!

Volunteer spots are now available for make-ready shifts and truck runs this fall. Sign up here to serve on a first or second Sunday afternoon, supporting our neighbors experiencing hunger and homelessness.

Meal a Month Bags
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Meal-a-Month for Manos de Cristo

Did you know that 1 in 4 households in Austin is food insecure? This means that thousands of families are uncertain day to day about how they will keep nutritious food on the table. But you can help. Every second Sunday of the month, you can pick up a blue bag after worship and fill it with items for Manos de Cristo’s food pantry in East Austin. Return your bag the following Sunday to the Parlor or Narthex, and together, we can make a difference for our neighbors in need.

Visit Community First! Village | November 10

Join us for a tour of Community First! Village, a planned community that addresses chronic homelessness, developed by our partner Mobile Loaves & Fishes.

After the 10:30 AM worship service, we will travel together to the Village, enjoying community and a boxed lunch along the way. Free and open to all who want to

experience the Village; children welcome with accompanying parent.

We will depart around 11:30 and return by 3:00 PM to WHPC. Register here!


Wednesday| 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. | Dining Hall
The Gathering is a joyful, loving program for people who suffer from Alzheimer's and similar dementia.  Participants enjoy music, art, food and fun while caregivers have a few hours respite. Visit the Gathering website here or contact Debbie Wilder.


 Environmental Stewardship

The Environmental Stewardship Team acknowledges that God has entrusted us with His creation and it's resources, and is committed to working with the WHPC family and provide ways to conserve and protect those resources.  

Here are just a few of those ways:

  • Recycling containers located throughout the WHPC campus.

  • Large paper recycling container located in the parking lot.

  • Real mugs are available for your fair trade coffee on Sunday mornings.

  • Ministries are encouraged to real dishes and flatware for their events.

  • The WHPC campus has many energy efficient elements.

  • The WHPC office recycles, and uses electronic media whenever possible.

  • Computer recycling, through Austin Samaritans, is encouraged.

Anyone with an interest in environmental ministry is welcome on our team!  If you have questions or ideas about sustainable living as a faith community, contact Nancy Douglas or Laurie Works.  Get a list of Green Resources here.