Growing in Christ as we serve our neighbor
In His Service Soup Ministry
Each month, locals gather in our basement to cook up 60-80 mason jars of soup and deliver them to our neighbors who are homebound, grieving, or perhaps have welcomed a new addition to their family. If you want to get involved, or if you want to add someone to the list, contact the church.
Part of the 50 year-old “Churches Uniting in Christ” movement, Micah is focused on ministry to impoverished adults and children and justice work and racial reconciliation across denominational/ religious lines. WCC collects donations for Micah Ministry (based out of Independence Boulevard Christian Church) on an ongoing basis. Typically, Micah Ministry hands out about 1,500 items of children’s and adult clothing. Find out more about this local ministry here.
WMA Help Fund
The Weston Ministerial Alliance is a quiet but mighty organization that helps 20-40 families each year in Weston pay utilities, groceries, and rent.
Growing in Christ as we study, pray, and build community with our neighbor
“A Night Out”
One Saturday evening a month, 20-40 somethings gather for community. It might be “Living Room Fellowship,” a T-Bones Game, or night out at the movies. If you are looking for faith fellowship, contact Pastor Casey to learn about the next “Night Out” gathering.
Christ and a Cup of Coffee
Christ and a Cup of Coffee is a bible study offered on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at 4:00 p.m. in the Weston Christian Church Fellowship Hall. This group offers a variety of opportunities to study different books of the bible, discuss and explore topics such as grief, loss, aging, and ministry all from a biblical perspective. Although many of those who are attending are retired or semi-retired all are welcome!
If you are looking for ways to catch your breath and stretch your body (as well as your soul), come down to our Fellowship Hall on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday mornings of the month at 9:30 a.m. for an hour of yoga, led by a certified instructor.
Youth and Children
Faith formation is in part caught, but it also certainly needs to be taught. At WCC, our children grow in fellowship together as they gather together during the sermon. Preschool/Pre-K (ages 3-6) meet down in the Fellowship Hall. Elementary (ages 7-12) and Youth (ages 13-18) meet upstairs in “The Loft.” Along with lessons, activities, and prayers, we offer quarterly social events, participate in missions projects, and put together a Christmas Program.