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UPDATED: Tues, Mar 24, 12pm

Westwood will be heading into our third week of being an ONLINE church—who would have imagined? In the midst of it all, we hope your kids have enjoyed StoryTime with Pastor Matt, maybe you were able to sing with Worship Director Brian Feltmann LIVE from his living room, or join Katie Zintek in our church-wide prayer time. It has been so encouraging to see people encouraging each other, delivering supplies, and simply BEING the church, which has been God’s plan from the beginning.

Just like you, we’re waiting to hear from our health officials about next steps. Until then, we’ll continue to adapt, watch God reveal Himself through His church family, and we’ll keep learning as we go along. Uncertainty invites us to face our own humanity as we consider things about God. God sees us, He does provide, and He cares. We are all in this together!

We’ve launched westwoodstcloud.com to keep our church family informed in this time, we hope it’s been helpful. We will continue our ONLINE Sunday service at 10:30am and invite you to jump in and participate. Finally, we’d ask you to remember your church financially. Now is even a more important time for us to partner together, and we rely on your generosity.

One day this will be a story we’ll tell of God’s goodness. Be well, church family.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long is Westwood’s Sunday gathering/service?

The typical worship service lasts about an hour: 25 minutes of music and singing followed by a 35-minute message.

What about kids?

Our Kids’ Ministry is available at KidCity for infants and kids up to Grade 4. These run at the same time as the Sunday services – 9:00 & 10:30am.

We also have a Family Room located just outside of the church auditorium if you’d like to view the service with your little ones.

Will we be “singled” out during the service if we visit?

We never ask guests or visitors to stand or be recognized in any way at the services.

Feel free to communicate with us through a Connect Card available in the bulletin, or face-to-face with a friendly staff member at the Connection Pointe.

Will there be communion (sometimes called the Lord’s Supper)?

We take communion together once every 1-2 months. It’s completely voluntary, but open to anyone who wishes to join in commemorating Jesus’s loving death and resurrection.