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Classes, Groups, and Events

We believe that we can only experience life the way God intended in community with other believers. 


Discipleship Class

Saturdays thru Dec 16
8:30-10am in Room 109

Adult Men's Class

Led by: Al Williams

Our in-depth study of Isaiah will help you understand how the New Testament is linked to the Old Testament and how the Trinity is apparent in both. We will look at the two parts of Isaiah with Part I being Israel pre-exile and Part II Israel post-exile. Both parts giving a clear picture of who God is, that he is the Almighty Creator and Ultimate Provider. No sign up necessary. (We will not meet on Nov. 26th.)

When You Pray

Wed, Sep 13-Oct 25
6:30-8pm in Room 106

Audience: Adult Women

Led by: Lisa Black

Have trouble thinking of the words to say to God when you pray? Afraid your REAL thoughts and feelings are way too intense to say to God? Do you reach the end of a day only to realize you haven't prayed at all? You're not alone.

In this 7-session study, join with six beloved Bible teachers who will help you study prayers in the Bible that can inspire your own. You'll learn that God welcomes your praise and lament, your thanksgiving, and intercession. Above all, you'll notice there's no one, right way to pray. Cost of book is $25. Optional prayer journal is $5. 

Grief Share
Surviving The Holidays

Monday, Nov 13, 6:30-8:30pm
in Room 106

Audience: Adults

Led by: Lisa Black & Sharon Hecht

Are you dreading the upcoming holidays, knowing everything has changed and that happy memories from past years can't be recreated? You'll hear from many respected Christian professionals as they share their insights on walking through the devastation of grief towards wholeness and hope. You'll also hear from people like you who have lost a loved one and found God's healing presence in the midst of despair. There is no cost, the workbook will be provided in class. 

Precept: Job & Ecclesiastes

Thu, Aug 31-Nov 16, 6:30-8:30pm OR
Fri, Sep 1-Nov 17, 9-11am

Audience: Co-ed Adults

Led by: Pam Bloom

Job - When the Pain is Great: If God is truly good, why does He allow such bad things to happen? Do you feel like your hope slipping away? The book of Job asks the big questions about pain, suffering, and God's sovereignty over the world. We will learn practical advice on how to better deal with adversity and point us to the perfect sufficiency found in the cross.

Ecclesiastes - Life Under the Sun: What is life all about? Life on earth is short and our toil seems meaningless. Come explore the meaning of life and its relationship to eternity and our Creator. Everyone should consider how we should live and how to gain hearts of wisdom.

Please visit the Precept upon Precept website to purchase your workbooks for Job and Ecclesiastes.   

Got Jesus?

Wed, Oct 4-18
6:30-8pm in The Raceway

Audience: 1st-3rd graders

Led by: Debbie McDermott

When a child begins to ask the deeper questions about their relationship with Christ, it's time to get them connected with the Got Jesus class. Kids will explore their faith and learn about deepening their walk with Jesus through baptism. A parent is required to attend class with their child. Register by Sep 27th.

Starting Point

Sun, Dec 3
12:15-3pm in Room 109

Audience: Adults

Led by: WRCC Staff

Starting Point is a great way to find out about Windsor Road’s vision and beliefs.

For years here at Windsor Road Christian Church we’ve made it our mission to be a life-changing community, passionately pursuing Christ. This class is designed for you to find out more about us 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 the class you’ll be able to interact with our staff team and our volunteer hosts.   

After we’ve gone through the class together you’ll have an opportunity to place membership, or give your life to Christ, if you desire to do so.

Regrettably, we are unable to provide childcare during the class. Please register so we can plan properly for you. 

BEMA Discipleship

Sun, Sep 10-Nov 12
9-10:30am in Room 106

Audience: Co-ed Mature Teens & Adults

Led by: Brenda Tennill

Session 1: Gen. 1-12, 9 weeks

“BEMA” is a Hebrew word that refers to the elevated platform in the center of first-century synagogues where the people of God read the Text and viewed it as central to their lives.

This  is an invitation to join us as we gather around the Text, listen to a teaching via podcast by Marty Solomon, and then discuss it. This class will create a space where we can see familiar passages from a different hermeneutic, remain faithful to the ancient Biblical text, and discover the authors’ original intent. 

You are encouraged to listen to podcasts in advance of class each week at


Wed, Oct 18-Nov 15, 6:30-8pm
in Room 110

Audience: Teens & Adults

Led by: Randy Boltinghouse

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. You'll learn practical ways to live a life with less stress and more care by becoming unoffendable. Register by Oct 13th, cost $20.




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 Justin at

Grief Share

Mon, Sep 11-Dec 11

6:30-8:30pm in Room 106

Audience: Adults | Led by Lisa Black & Sharon Hecht

When a loved one dies, it can feel like you're alone. Few people understand how painful and isolating your grief can be. But that doesn't mean you have to suffer by yourself. At GriefShare, you'll find a safe, comforting place where you can talk with others about your grief. You'll find support, direction, and guidance on how to make it through. You'll view information-packed videos featuring leading grief recovery experts, participate in small group discussions about the weekly video content, and engage in your workbook through personal study and journaling. The cost for the workbook is $10

Women's Book Club

2nd Saturdays, 10am-Noon

In Room 106

Audience: Adult Women

Led by Jan Pletcher

* Our Oct. 14th book will be A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith.

* Our Nov. 11th book will be Catching Christmas by Terri Blackstock.

* No Meeting in December

* Our Jan. 13th book will be The Paris Daughter by Kristen Harmel.

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.

Empty Arms

1st Thursdays, 6-7:30pm in 

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.



Kids' Ministry Connection

Dates Vary

Community is built when we spend time together. So, this summer, we’re going to host mini-events
designed for Road Rally Jr, Road Rally, and Ignition kids to help build community with their peers. As these will be outside, we’ll officially schedule them a few days out. To stay up to date on when and where, you can join our Children’s Ministry Facebook Group by searching “WRCC Kids Ministry” and scan the QR Code above to find our Family Ministry Calendar.

Men's Paintball Battle

Sat, Sep 30, 9-11am
SaltFork Paintball

Audience: Men 16+

We'll meet at SaltFork Paintball in St. Joseph for a morning of adrenaline. Paintball is a great way to release some pent-up energy and have fun with friends. With some strategy and teamwork, you can push your squad to win! Register by Sep27th, $35 is due at the venue.

Meals on Mission

Sun, Oct 29, Dec 10
in the Foyer

Our mission teams will be selling take-out lunches after both first and second services on these dates. The funds raised will support our 2024 mission trips and the global partners where they will serve. So, cancel your restaurant plans and enjoy a prepared meal with your family and friends at home.


First Saturday Services

1st Saturdays of the Month

This Summer, we will continue to offer a church-wide serving opportunity on the first Saturday of each month. We will have three available for you to choose from, and you can do the same one each time or try a different one each month. Each experience will train and equip us as a church family (adults and children) to serve together in simple, yet impactful ways.

As we continue to serve our community together, we fully expect God to open doors to pray for people and organizations, share the gospel with non-believers, and empower believers with timely encouragement. We also expect God to increase our own faith and boldness to step out and do things for Him in our everyday lives.

Shades of Mental Health

Sat, Oct 7, 6-8pm
Stephen's Family YMCA

Audience: Moms

Real Life Families, Mommy BREAKout, and WRCC invite moms from all races, ages, and backgrounds to gather for an open discussion about our mental health. The evening will included testimonies, time to connect with other moms, tools & strategies to care for yourself, and tacos! The cost is a $5minimum donation; scholarships & childcare are available.

Global Missions Lunch

Sun, Nov 19, 15:15-2pm
The Garage

Audience: Everyone

This past summer, we supported mission trips toMontana, Japan, Washington DC, Tanzania andKenya. Join us for highlights from the participantsand hear how God is moving in these locations. Wewill also share details about the mission trips thatWRCC has planned for 2024. A light lunch will be provided, sign up by Nov 15th.

Outreach & Missions Prayer

Sun, Oct 22, Nov 26,
Dec 31 at 10:45am in Room 106

Audience: Everyone

Join us once a month to pray over our missionaries and community partners, and to hear their updates and ministry wins. We’ll pray over current events in our community, nation, and world. Lastly, we’ll pray for the global church to be strengthened this year, to rise and shine as a beacon of hope and healing to a hurting world.

Prayer Walk

Sun, Oct 8th

This fall, we will meet at different schools in our area to pray over the building, students, staff, and the community. Our time will be guided by the Holy Spirit and scripture as we seek to cover local schools in prayer. 

On this day, we will meet at Central High School at the entrance off of Park Street.

If you have any questions, email Laura at

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