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.
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?
In this current pandemic season, we offer KidCity, our kids ministry, to ages 2 through 4th grade during the 10:30 a.m. service only, which we will consistently evaluate. For now, we ask families to RSVP so we can make the appropriate plans so your little ones can have a great experience in a safe environment. We also provide family-friendly spaces to enjoy the services while rocking a baby, or allowing a toddler to get the wiggles out. We ask that you and your child stay home if anyone in your household is experiencing Covid-like symptoms or are ill.
Are you meeting health guidelines?
We understand and respect people hold different convictions, and we can all agree making adjustments in this season hasn’t been easy. We have made the decision to follow the guidelines from our health officials by limiting capacity, appropriately distancing, using masks, providing the proper cleaning and sanitizing products, and not serving beverages or food. Our decision isn’t out of fear, or politics, it’s simply us trying to do our best, even if imperfect, out of a love and care for our church family and community.