Based in El Paso, TX, Annunciation House works with the homeless, immigrants and refugees in the border community through assistance, advocacy, education.  At the forefront of border immigration issues during the last year.

Cafe Justo


Café Justo is a Grower owned Coffee Cooperative based in southern Chiapas Mexico, formed to address the poverty and migration from Mexico to the U.S.A. Café Justo'a free trade coffee is available from Westminster.

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Bienvenidos Outreach Inc.
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Based in Santa Fe, Bienvenidos provides groceries, clothing and other supplies to homeless, low-income, and elderly clients.  51% of food distributed at Bienvenidos is provided by the Food Depot.

Boys and Girls Club

Since 1938, Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe/Del Norte has provided at-risk children, ages of 5 to18, with a safe place to learn and grow in Northern New Mexico. Through the monthly "Noisy Coin Toss" Westminster supports the work of the Boys and Girls Club of Chimayo and Abiquiu New Mexico. 

Westminster's Cuba Partnership 


Westminster’s mission partnership with the Iglesia Presbiteriana-Reformada en Cuba (IPRC) began in 1991 when the Presbytery of Santa Fe approved a partnership agreement with the Synod of that denomination which called for exchange visits and financial support of the ministry and mission of the IPRC, provided through a Cuba Partnership Special Offering each year.Westminster continues to support that offering annually. Westminster also counts the IPRC congregation in Placetas, Villa Clara as a sister congregation through membership in the Jicarita Cluster of Northern New Mexico Hispanic heritage congregations.


English Language Learners Ministry


Westminster Presbyterian Church, in partnership with First Presbyterian Church, provides weekly English classes to the Hispanic/Latin immigrant community.  Begun in August 2016, this outreach provides teaching, mentoring, meals and childcare for students enrolled in the classes.  Volunteers include teachers, chefs and kitchen staff, and child care attendants.  In addition, more than 30 restaurants in the Santa Fe area have provided more nearly 2,000 meals for the classes since 2016.   Your donations will continue to keep this important ministry thriving, allowing the program to continue purchase of instructional and childcare materials, as well as kitchen supplies for meals. 

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