At WCC, we believe children are a tremendous joy and gift from the Lord. They are so creative, energetic, passionate, expressive, and impressionable. We consider it a divine privilege to be a part of helping parents teach their children about the amazing love and life-transforming power of Jesus.
Our focus on biblical community is structured primarily around Community Groups at WCC, therefore we strive to encourage men to build relationships around the Word in the context of these Groups.
We seek to provide environments for students whether unchurched-unbelievers, sold out for Jesus, or anywhere in between, in which they can further sell out to Jesus regardless of where they were when they started. We do this by teaching a no-holds-barred-non-watered-down-gospel directly from God’s Word. We believe students don’t need to be pandered to, but that transformation will come only by the Spirit of God speaking to them in the Word of God.
We believe that transformation is affected by the Spirit of God, through the Word of God, in the context of the people (women) of God. Based on Titus 2:3-5, older women encourage younger women by teaching them what is good according to God’s Word, and equipping them for the work of ministry.
WCC Worship Arts exists to make much of and glorify God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit through music and creativity with undistracting excellence. We are a family of worshippers that use our gifts and talents for the glory of Christ and His fame.
This ministry was established in order to serve the practical and physical needs of those who are a part of the WCC church family and those who we have a relationship with. Additionally, we will consider helping those outside our relationships as the Lord leads and the needs dictate. We have a “Compassion Team” who manages the “Helping Hand” fund and meets with those needing assistance in order to determine how we can best help.