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Rox Game | Friday, May 31

Tickets for the Rox Game on May 31 at 7pm are now available! $17 ticket includes hat, game, hot dog, soda, chips and a fireworks show! You can get them HERE! See you then.

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Men’s Ministry Night| Sat May 18

We are excited to invite the men of Westwood to Men’s Ministry Night on Saturday, May 18 from 5-7pm. We will gather to hear a speaker, eat delicious food and fellowship with other men. You can sign up here!

Online Women’s Study | Begins, May 28

Women of Westwood are invited to join a 13-week (May 28 through Aug 27, skipping July 2) online only Bible study! We will be studying the attributes of God for one hour on Tuesday evenings at 7pm. This is open to all, although we are very hopeful that people will attend who cannot otherwise attend in-person studies at Westwood! You can sign up here.

Congregational Meeting | June 2 

We will be having a congregational meeting on Sun, June 2, following the 10:30am service. All are welcome to attend & childcare is available! Westwood members will be voting on incoming officers, approving the budget and affirming new members. Feel free to email the church office at info@westwoodstcloud.org with any questions about the budget. You can sign up for childcare (infants through grade 5) here.

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

Empower

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.

Engage

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

Colossians

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.