What to Expect
Wherever you are on your faith journey, you’re welcome here. Our pews are home to fourth-generation Congregationalists and first-time explorers of spirituality. Alive with Christ’s love in a real-world context, WCC is a place where faith and relevance converge.
How should I dress?
Visiting a new church can be intimidating. We know because we’ve been there. So, we make every effort to make sure that you feel at home the moment you walk through our doors. A vibrantly growing church, you’ll meet people of all ages and stages of life; kids dressed in soccer uniforms, people in jeans, elders in their “Sunday best.” You’ll quickly find that our focus is on God not garb.
What is the service like?
Understanding that worship is not one-size-fits-all, we offer a variety of ways to connect with the Lord. From traditional Sunday services at 9:30 AM each Sunday to the contemporary worship band services at 11:00 AM from September through June. In July and August, our service is at 9:30 AM. Greeters and ushers welcome you when you arrive. You’ll receive a Sunday Bulletin outlining the service making it easy to follow along. Special audio devices are also available for those with hearing loss—just let an usher know that you’d like one.
What about my children?
Our children's area is in the lower level of our facility. There, children from birth through Grade 5 engage in a variety of fun and educational activities on Sunday mornings. At our 9:30 AM worship services, children stay with their parents until the children's time, then they go down to children's church. The only exception is the first Sunday of the month, when children go directly to the children's area for Children's Church. At our 11:00 AM worship, children begin in Children's Church.
We want to make sure that we are welcoming to all who will visit us for all our events. We are asking everyone to please consider parking in the Old Town Hall Parking Lot or the Playshop Parking Lot. This will leave the two lots right next to the church free for those who have limited mobility and our visitors. Thank you for doing this!