Who We Are
Westminster Christian School provides Christ-centered education in a loving environment for children three years old to sixth grade. Located in Columbus, Georgia we provide educational services for children in the Columbus and Fort Benning area.
At Westminster Christian School, we believe in educating the complete person in a nurturing environment. We offer small class sizes to ensure that your child receives the attention that they need and deserve.
We strive to enrich the lives of your children by offering various tasks that will challenge them and improve their learning skills. For over 30 years, the professionals of Westminster Christian School have taken pride in assisting the young to become outstanding students and citizens.
If you would like to learn more about the wide variety of services we offer or to speak to one of our teaching professionals, contact us today!
What We Believe
There is one God Who, from all eternity, exists in three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
The Bible is the only word of God, without error, as God originally gave it to us. The Bible is the only infallible rule to show us what to believe and how to live.
God purposefully created the universe out of nothing.
God created man and woman in His image. Through their relationship to Adam, all men are sinners by nature, do themselves practice sin, and are, therefore, in need of salvation.
Faith in Jesus Christ, God the Son, is the only way into the kingdom of God. Jesus was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died on the cross, bodily rose from the dead, and ascended into Heaven.
Eternal life is a free gift that is received through faith alone in Jesus Christ. Eternal life is neither deserved by anyone, nor can it be earned or merited by the performance of good deeds.
God has ordained marriage as the union between one man and one woman.
Jesus will someday return in judgment over the world. Jesus’ death on the cross satisfied the justice of God toward all who put their faith in Jesus alone for the forgiveness of sin.
In doctrinal issues there must be unity in the essentials and love in the non-essentials.