During this time of uncertainty and social separation we want to remain connected with your and your children! We will be releasing a new Westside Story video each week. Each video will contain a story from the Bible, discussion questions for you and your kids and a memory verse for the coming week. We hope this will encourage you to continue to teach these truths to your families while we are staying home. Here is this week’s video:
For any questions regarding Westside Stories email Pastor Billy at [email protected]
10:15a Worship Service
9:15a Children’s Sunday Schools
Our children’s and youth classes meet from 9:15a to 10:00a. In our pre-K through 1st grade class our children will be learning simple stories from the Bible to help them understand God and His love for them.
9:15a Adult Bible Studies
We typically have two or more adult classes which meet from 9:15a to 10:00a. One class, held in the main room, usually focuses on a book of the Old or New Testament, and is structured to cover a manageable portion of scripture in an interactive lecture format. While the leader has responsibility for teaching the passage, there is plenty of opportunity for discussion and questions.
There is usually a concurrent women’s discussion class which centers on the study of a Christian book and serves as a place of fellowship and prayer.
We have nursery available for children under 3 years of age.
In our Pre-K Children’s Church, we teach our children about God through specific stories in the Bible. We believe the best way for this age group to learn the stories from the Bible and their lessons about God is through repetition, so we repeat each story of the Bible in new and fun ways for multiple weeks at a time. Our kids will hear Bible stories, sing songs, make crafts, and learn to pray together. Come bring your little ones to join the fun!
In our K-3rd Children’s Church our kids learn the whole story of the Bible through the Gospel Project curriculum. This curriculum tells the stories of both the Old and New Testaments in ways that point the children to Jesus. Our hope is for our children to have an understanding of the big picture of God’s Word, and how it shows us how deeply He loves and cares for each of us through Jesus Christ. We hope you’ll bring your children to sing songs, hear Bible stories, play games, and learn about God’s love for them!