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Juneteenth Celebration | June 14

Please join us at Lake George on Friday, June 14 at 2pm to celebrate Juneteenth with the greater St. Cloud community. This holiday is to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved people in the United States. There will be vendors, a grill off and a 3v3 basketball tournament. To live out our value of engaging community, Westwood has registered as an exhibitor to share information about our church and how to get connected here. If you’d like to volunteer to help run the table or setup/takedown, please contact Calvin Gordon at Calvin.gordon@westwoodstcloud.org.

To sign up for upcoming events, see our online bulletin.

Connect This Week & Beyond

OCC Open House | June 20

You are invited to an open house at Westwood for Operation Christmas Child on June 20 from 6-8pm. This 15-year partnership has been a fun and effective way to show children around the world the love of Christ. This event is open to current and new volunteers.

Baptism | June 30

As Watchman Nee once said, “Baptism is an outward expression of an inward faith.” Christ was baptized and invites you to do the same as a sign of commitment and testimony! If you want to join us for our next Baptism service on June 30 please let us know here.

Playground Playdates | June-August

Westwood attender Brenna Ellis is organizing playdates this summer from June through August that meet at various playgrounds in the mornings on staggered Tuesdays and Thursdays. They use the Band app to organize and send updates – most will meet at 9 or 10am depending on the morning. Please contact Brenna for more information.

Get Connected


Get plugged into a small group of people who are committed to building meaningful relationships, growing deeper in their faith, and impacting the community.


Once you’ve discovered your spiritual gifts, or “where you belong” in the church, it’s time to take action. Play music, teach kids, cook food – whatever you were made to do.


How do you go beyond Sunday? Learn ways to reach out into our community and with our mission partners to reach the world for Christ.

Current Sunday Message Series


What would it look like for you and I to live our lives as if Jesus was enough? What would I let go of? What would I consider doing differently? In Colossians, the apostle Paul, is writing from a Roman prison cell to a new church struggling with making sense of what it means to be a Christian while still holding on to their past (beliefs and practices). Paul’s remedy is to re-orient how they think of themselves now that Christ is central and what it means to walk in confidence and freedom now that Jesus is not only all-sufficient, but He is more than enough.