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Spiritual Formation

Spiritual Formation is the continual process of growth through God’s consistent love in which He shapes us to be more like Christ and equips us to do the work of Christ.

To come alongside and help the adults at WRCC do just that, we offer a variety of classes for adults. Some of our classes run for a semester, others a shorter period of time.


Financial Peace University

Sundays, Jan 7-Mar 3 | 4:30-6pm |Fireside Room
Audience: Adults | Led by: Chuck and Patricia Simpson

Learn how to take control of your money with this class that uses biblical wisdom and common sense to help you tackle budgeting, pay off debt, and make your money work for you. Once you register, you’ll receive access to the workbook, the Every Dollar budgeting tool, and additional on-demand courses. Email the leaders from the FPU website with any questions. Register by Jan 2nd, cost $99.


Precept: I & II Peter

Thursdays, Jan 11-Apr 18 | 6:30-8:30pm | via Zoom
-or- Fridays, Jan 12-Apr 19 | 9-11am | via Zoom

Audience: Adults | Led by: Pam Bloom

Are you prepared for suffering? Will trials and persecutions reveal your faith and bring glory to God? In our study on 1 Peter, we’ll listen to what Peter says to believers enduring tribulations. Next,we’ll dive into II Peter and find out how to live effectively for Christ. Today’s secular culture is being driven by many false teachers who are leading countless people astray. More than ever before, we need to know the Truth. Learn to live wisely and grow in spiritual discernment. Register by Jan 9th, cost $32.


Bema Discipleship

Sundays, Jan 14-Mar 10 | 9-10:30am | Rm 106
Audience: Teens & Adults
Led by: Eric and Christine Decker

Sundays, Apr 7-May 26 | 9-10:30am | Rm 106
Audience: Teens & Adults | Led by: Jan Pletcher

Bema is a Hebrew word for the elevated platform in the center of synagogues where the people of God gathered to read the Text that was central to their lives. We will seek to do the same as we open the Bible, listen to an episode of the Bema podcast,and engage in discussion. We’ll look at familiar passages through a different lens, seeking to understand the authors’ original intent. We’ll pickup where we left off in November, but previous attendance is not a prerequisite. Register online.



Wednesdays, Jan 17-Feb 28 | 6:30-8pm | Room 110
Audience: Teens & Adults | Led by: Pastor Randy

Giving up our right to be offended is one of the most freeing things we can do. It enables us to accept people and stop judging them. It creates a way for us to not just love others but to actually like them. In this study of Brant Hansen’s book, “Unoffendable”, you’ll learn practical ways to live a life with less stress and more care. Register by Jan 12th, cost $18.

We will not meet Feb 14th.


Kingdom Man Class

Wednesdays, Jan 17-Feb 28 | 6:30-8pm | Rm 110
Audience: Adult Men | Led by: Gabriel Juarez

Calling all men! Come join us as we create a space for deeper accountability and community. This 6-week journey is designed to empower men by giving them a Kingdom understanding, vision, and perspective on their identity and responsibilities along with practical steps on how to become a man aligned with God. We will be going through the Kingdom Man study, by Tony Evans, while sharing our experiences and learning from one another. Register by Jan 12th, cost $22.

We will not meet Feb 14.


Men's Discipleship Class

Saturdays, Jan 20-Apr 27 | 8:30-10am | Room 109
Audience: Adult Men | Led by: Al Williams

We will be continuing with our in-depth study of Isaiah, seeing how the New Testament is linked to the Old Testament and how the Trinity is apparent in both! We welcome new attendees, you may join the class at any point.

We’ll take a short break from Mar 23-Apr 6.

Starting Point

Sundays, Feb 4 & Apr 14 | 12:15-3:30pm | Room 109
Audience: Adults | Led by: Staff

This class is designed for you to learn more about WRCC and how we can help you grow in your faith so that you can live out your unique God-given purpose to influence others for Christ. During this class, you’ll be able to interact with our staff team and volunteer hosts. Lunch is provided, register by Jan 28th or Apr 7th.

Register – Feb 4th

Register- Apr 14th

Are You a Good Neighbor

Sundays, Feb 18-Mar 24 | 10:45am | Rm 106
Audience: Adults | Led by: Lisa Sheltra & Michelle Santiago

As society grows increasingly divided along racial, political, and socioeconomic lines, it’s easy to find yourself living, working, and worshiping with people just like you. Would you like to build relationships with people who are different from you-specifically people who are not as financially secure? Transform your heart, change your daily habits, and become a good neighbor to ALL people in your community. Register by Feb 16th.


Marriage Enrichment

Wednesdays, Feb 21-Apr 3 | 6:30-8pm | The Fireside Room
Audience: Engaged, Married | Led by: Adam & Kirsten Poetzel

Do you desire to strengthen your relationship with your fiancé/spouse? Each week in a small group setting, couples will be given time to discuss specific aspects of their online assessments, engage in exercises to build relationship skills, as well as discuss insights and questions with other couples.Register by Feb 19th, cost of the online assessment is $35.

We will not meet on Mar 13.


Baptism Class

Sun, Mar 3rd | 12:15-2pm Room 106
Audience: Teens & Adults | Led by: Pastor Randy

Pastor Randy invites you to learn about the important ordinance of baptism, its meaning, and its significance in the Christian faith. This class is for those who are ready to take this next step of commitment and for those just wanting to learn more about baptism. Lunch is provided, register online by Feb 28th.



Small Groups

Small Groups are the heart of what we do at WRCC. We believe that God never meant for us to do life alone. We were created to walk with each other, to grow in Christ-likeness with one another, and to glorify God together. To join a Small Group or to find out more about leading or hosting a Small Group, please email Karen at

Empty Arms

1st Thursdays, 6-7:30pm | The Fireside Room
Audience: Adults | Led by Erin Beck, Stephanie Helfrich, and Jamie Summers

Empty Arms is a grief support network established by two moms who have experienced loss including miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant death. We aspire to provide understanding and compassion to parents and families who have suffered loss at any gestation or stage of infancy. Our meetings are tailored to address needs at every stage in the grief process. Your loss may be recent or have occurred many years ago; we all mourn in unique ways at different times.

Women's Book Club

Saturdays, Jan 13th, Feb 10th, Mar 9th, Apr 13th
10am-12pm | Room 106
Audience: Adult Women | Led by Jan Pletcher

Our Women’s Book Club provides opportunities for fellowship for women at WRCC. We strive to provide a catalyst for reflection, self-examination, and spiritual growth when we select the books we read. Our intent is to create discussion groups where women can share and learn from each other in a safe and godly environment where the truths of God’s Word are the foundation. Join the WRCC Women’s Book Club group on Facebook to stay informed. Email Jan at with any questions.

On Jan 13th, we’ll discuss: “The Paris Daughter” by Kristin Harmel

On Feb 10th, we’ll discuss: “Christy” by Catherine Marshall


Jingle Jam

Wed, Dec 13th | 6:30-8pm | The Garage

Join us for a night of carols, cookies, and hot cocoa to ring in the Christmas season! Our Student Worship Band will lead the night as we jam to some of our favorite Christmas jingles. Bring your whole family and invite your neighbors, it’s sure to be a fun evening!

Men's Fellowship Dinner

Sat, Dec 16th | 6pm

Guys, meet us at Hickory River Smokehouse in Urbana for some great food and conversation. There’s no agenda for the evening, it’s a casual and laid-back affair. So, purchase your meal at the front and make your way back to the big table in the sun room. Please register in advance so we know how many to plan for.


YMCA Night

Sunday, Jan 21st | 5-7pm | YMCA | Audience: Everyone

Winter will be in full swing and we’ll all need to burn off some energy and have a little fun. So, join us at the local YMCA where we’ll have access to the family pool, gymnasium, and lobby. Bring your friends for a game of 3 on 3, challenge your kids to a cannon ball contest, or just hang out in the lobby and catch up with people you normally only see at church on Sunday mornings. Light refreshments will be served. Feel free to invite some friends along for a night of fun and fellowship!

Men's Fellowship Dinner

Sat, Feb 17th | 6-8pm | Urbana Hickory River

Calling men of all ages! Come and join us for a casual evening of mouthwatering food and lots of laughter. There’s no agenda for the evening, just conversation and BBQ. Meet us at the restaurant, purchase your meal at the counter, and then join us in the sun room. Bring your friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Register by Feb 15th.


To Tell You My Story: Chapter 4

Fri, Apr 19th | 6-9pm | Worship Center
Audience: Mature Teen & Adult Women

God made us to be tellers of stories—and a good story is often the way we learn best. We’ll hear from women in our church family who have a story to tell. We’ll also enjoy wonderful food, great music, and something sweet! Find all the details by clicking below.

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