A Little Q&A
This page provides answers to some common questions our guests have about West Coast Word Church
When are your service times?
Sunday Morning: 10:00 am
Wednesday Evening: 7:00 pm
What can I expect?
At WCWC, the #1 thing you can expect while attending is to experience a genuine connection with God. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere that allows you to do just that. We believe in expressing our love for Jesus Christ, and being a light in a dark world. Our weekly services include powerful worship and messages founded on teaching you about who you are in Christ Jesus. We see our relationship with Jesus Christ as alive and active, and our worship times are the same!
To us, you are a Guest, not a visitor. A visitor is someone who just stops by unexpectedly. However, a Guest is someone we prepare for, someone we have been expecting and are excited to see!
We know it can be a little overwhelming to walk through the doors of a church for the first time. We’ll do everything possible to make you feel welcome, connected, and at home.
Will I have to sign up for anything or be singled out in any way?
NO! Our desire is for you to have a great experience. We would never ask you to do anything outrageous.
We would love to make a personal connection with you though. When you are in service you’ll see a Connection card located in our seats. These are a great way to get things rolling and help us get to know you. Following service, you can simply take this card to an Usher who is able to help answer any questions you might have.
If you don’t want to fill out the card, you can click here to make a quick connection.
What can my kids expect?
Your kids will experience worship, prayer, and biblical teaching in a supercharged atmosphere geared toward their age! We love kids so much and believe they have the ability to have a personal relationship with Jesus. We want nothing more than to help you, as a parent, point them towards Him!
Who will be with the kids?
Our kid’s ministry is overseen by an amazing pastor and staffed with well-trained volunteers that are dedicated to making their experience memorable.
We take safety and security seriously. All of our staff and volunteers undergo a background check.
Before entering the kid’s service, all kids must be checked in by a parent or guardian through our attendance system. A name tag will be printed out for each child along with a unique security code that must be presented to the Check-out Team when leaving service.
I have older kids. Where will they go?
On Sundays (10:45 AM), all Junior High and High School students attend the beginning of service for worship and then they are dismissed to attend, what we call, 4:12 Youth. This is a time filled with dynamic teaching from our Pastoral team, including small group discussions, food, and most of all community!
What are the messages like?
The messages that are presented are full of God’s Word (the Bible) and will be applicable to your everyday life. Our desire is to deliver a Bible-based message that teaches us more about who we are in Christ Jesus and how to live a victorious Christian life. To get a preview of our services, head over to our Media Center, and listen to some of our most current messages.
What should I wear?
When attending WCWC, you will see a variety of dress styles from a three-button suit to casual jeans. There is no certain attire you need to attend here. Come as you are.
Will I feel welcome?
Once you walk through our doors, it is our goal to help you feel at home and a part of our family. You will not be asked to join our church and you don’t have to feel obligated to give us any money. We want you to simply enjoy your time here at West Coast Word and make a genuine connection with God.
You will be welcomed by one of our greeters and handed one of our weekly previews, which will fill you in on the different types of ministries, activities, and any upcoming events we offer. If you have any questions you may ask them.
Can I attend if _______ ?
Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted: divorced, a single parent, broke, an addict, a skeptic, hurting etc. You are welcome at WCWC. So come as you are, and we’ll see you in-person or online!
Is there coffee?
Let’s face it, life is better with great coffee. We have a youth-run cafe that serves freshly brewed coffee.