Every Sunday morning we meet together to worship Jesus by singing together, praying together, giving together, listening to God’s word together, and in observing communion together. If this is your first time joining us you should know that we offer nursery care for children 2 and under, children’s church for 3 to 12 year olds right after communion, and ushers able to assist you to and from your car if need be. We do not have a dress code- you will see some who dress a bit more formal, and some who dress a bit more casual. If you want to know Jesus, if you want to hear about Jesus, we invite you to attend with us.
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Senior High youth group meets in WCC’s FLC on Sundays from 6:30-8:30 PM
9:00am - 11:00am
The ladies Bible study meets Tuesday mornings from 9 to 11 AM in WCC’s Family Life Center and is taught by Peggy Brenner.
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Dates: July 30 - August 3, M-F
Time: 6:00-8:30pm each night, Monday-Friday
Age Range: Our Vacation Bible School is for kids ages 3 years old up to those who have completed the 6th grade.
Registration: Please complete one registration form per child. Printed forms are available at the information wall in the foyer. Completed forms can be placed in the dropbox.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM: Click here to view the form and save to your device. This is an editable PDF. Simply click the line of each category and type your information into the fields. Once complete, save and email the file to Bryan, email@example.com.
If that seems way to complicated, you can just print a blank copy and complete with a pen or pencil. Then, you can mail it to the office or drop it in the dropbox at the information wall in the foyer.
The missions team meets monthly to plan how they can assist various ministries across the globe through donations and missions trips.
Join us for our Christmas Eve service at 9 PM. We will celebrate the birth of Christ by singing carols together and by having a time of communion together. We will close our service by having a candle lighting ceremony to remind us of John’s telling of the birth of Christ, “A light has shined into the darkness.”