We’re glad you’re here. We have a saying at Westwood we hope is becoming more and more true of us, “We are unlikely people pursuing an uncommon good.” It simply means we are flawed people who, by God’s kindness, are demonstrating love to our community, neighborhoods, and circles of influence. Flaws also remind us to show patience to others in the same way we have been shown by God. In this way, we become more like God’s son, Jesus.
To find out more about Westwood, we invite you to participate in our Newcomer Receptions or our Discovery Classes, which will share more about our vision, mission, doctrinal essentials, uncover your own spiritual giftings and find ways to meaningfully connect. To find out more, visit our Discover page.
You can checkout a simple FAQ for more information about our weekend services, or you can look through more helpful information on this page or others to find out what we’re about. Thank you for visiting.
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What can I expect?
Our weekend services are casual and about an hour in length. We sing together, we hear a message from a biblical context, and we enjoy different creative elements or hear stories from members of our church family. If you come from other traditions, communion is taken every 1-2 months as each person chooses if they wish to participate. Our 9:00 & 10:30am services are available both in person and online.
What about kids?
We offer KidCity, our kids ministry, to infants through 4th grade during the 9:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. services. We have a variety of ways we connect with kids through interactive teaching, and fun activities. We also provide family-friendly spaces to enjoy the services while rocking a baby, or allowing a toddler to get the wiggles out.
What kind of church is Westwood?
Westwood is a member of the Evangelical Free Church of America. We care about being a caring member of our community, and we believe the greatest opportunity to be a part of this church family is to connect and serve with others outside of attending Sunday services. Gathering together is amazing, and we love it, but the greatest opportunity for impact happens beyond Sundays as we do our best to love our neighbors, care for our community, and serve on another. That doesn’t happen overnight, so we’re gracious with each other on the journey. We hope you find a home here.