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A Message Regarding The Coronavirus

A Message Regarding The Coronavirus

The Church Without Walls is praying and working diligently to protect our congregation and taking every precaution to ensure that our worship services follow CDC guidelines.

When greeting one another, instead of hugs and handshakes, greet using elbow bumps or wave ?? with a smile.

For further protection, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol, stay home when you are sick, and do not bring children who are sick to the nursery, KWOW children’s area or Ignite Youth.

We will continue to pray and monitor updates.

Pastoral Anniversary – Remus Wright

Pastoral Anniversary – Remus Wright

Show your appreciation for our pastor, Ralph Douglas West, as we celebrate his 32nd Pastoral Anniversary on Tuesday, October 8th, 7pm on Queenston Campus. Special guest preacher: Dr. Remus E. Wright.

Our Journey – A Message From Pastor West

Our Journey – A Message From Pastor West

Dear Church Family,

I am grateful that we are entering our new capital stewardship campaign – “Our Journey”. With the success of this capital stewardship campaign, our ministries will grow, our congregation and the community will be blessed, and God will be glorified.

Our Campaign’s prevailing theme is “Not Equal in Giving, But Equal in Sacrifice.” This theme challenges us to do the extraordinary, to give “over and above” sacrificially for the next three years. The theme reminds us that we can all have an equal part in the Lord’s work.

Our Journey provides all of us the opportunity to know in a fresh way the blessings which come through giving. Jesus said, “Give, and it shall be given unto you: good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over … ” (Luke 6:38)

I earnestly believe that we, the people of The Church Without Walls, are ready for the great challenge which this capital stewardship campaign offers. Let us each enter into this great effort prayerfully and enthusiastically.

Love,

Pastor West explains why Small Groups are important

Participating in a Small Groups Bible Study is the best way to grow spiritually as Christians. In addition to attending worship services on Sunday, when studying the Word of God in a Small Group, people function better and grow more effectively. In the video, Pastor West expounds on the following three reasons why Small Groups are so important to Christians:

  1. In Small Groups, you learn alongside other believers
  2. In Small Groups, participation gives you built-in accountability
  3. In Small Groups, you develop life-long relationships

Let’s hear from Pas… click the “Play” button.

As we continue on Our Journey 8-week Prayer Campaign, this week’s prayer focus is Spiritual Growth. Pray this prayer everyday this week to allow the Lord to help you decide which Small Group Bible Study is suitable for you.

Heavenly Father, our desire is to love you with our whole heart. Our desire is to follow you. Our desire is to be an instrument for you! In or­der for us to love, follow, and be used by you, we must avail ourselves to grow in you. Lord, help us to put away the things that keep us from moving in your direction and concentrate on you. Amen!

The new session of Small Groups Bible Study begins on August 20th. Click here to see a full list of classes and descriptions.