What to Expect
If you’ve arrived on this page it may be because you’re considering visiting us. We hope this material will help you feel a little more prepared.
Sunday Worship @ 10:30AM
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Here at WBC we are committed to teaching and preaching the Word of God, the Bible. We believe in expositional preaching, which means taking the meaning of God’s Word as it explains itself and applying it to our lives. The Bible ultimately tells us the good news of who God’s Son Jesus Christ is, what he has done for us, and our need to turn from sin and trust in him.
In addition to the teaching of God’s Word, we desire to worship Him with a time of singing. The words of all the songs are projected on the screen. Our hope is that you’ll hear songs you know or can relate to, and will be encouraged by the message as you sing along.
What to Wear: At WBC, we are less concerned about your outward appearance than your presence with us. When you come to our service you will find people dressed in a wide variety of styles, mostly casual.
What to Bring: As a guest, please know that you are not expected to bring anything, but are encouraged to bring your Bible. At WBC, we use the English Standard Version, but please feel free to bring whatever version of the Bible you use. Don’t worry if you don’t have one. We are happy to provide a Bible as our gift to you.
Where to Go: As our guest, you are encouraged to park in the main parking lot and enter through the main entrance at the front of our building. One of our greeters will be happy to show you around.
If you need child-care during our service, we have a nursery & toddler area available for children, ages 3 and under. We also offer children’s church, divided into two age groups (4-7 & 8-12), where your children will be lovingly taught the Bible on their level. Children’s church takes place during the teaching time of our service, and children will be dismissed with the designated children’s church workers just prior to the start of the teaching time.
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