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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, 8:30-10am
in Room 109

Adult Men's Class

Led by Al Williams

This class is designed for men to bond with other men of all ages. We’ll share experiences and learn spiritual truths that allow us to claim the promises that God has provided to face the challenges of today’s life and family with true leadership, integrity, and grace. No registration required. We will not meet on 4/1 or 4/8.

Learning to Forgive

Wednesdays, Mar 1-Apr 12, 6:30-8pm
in Room 109

Audience: Adults | Led by Randy Boltinghouse

The need for forgiveness exists deep in the human heart and never goes away. This need to both give and receive forgiveness explains our distance from God and others when there is wrongdoing. We’ll go through biblical parables and passages on forgiveness as we strive to learn what it means to offer and obtain forgiveness; why it matters; and how to forgive and live as forgiven Christians. A helpful (optional) companion to this study is Tim Keller’s Forgive - Why Should I and How Can I?  Here’s a quote from Keller’s book: Jesus said, “I want to show you that the deepest need of your nature is for me. Only I can bestow perfect love, new identity, endless comfort, hope, and glory. And the doorway into all of that is to know forgiveness. It’s time to open that door and walk through it.”

Starting Point

Sunday, April 23rd, 12:15-3:30pm
in Room 109

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 Apr 16th.

1 & 2 Samuel

Thursdays, Jan 5-Apr 27, 6:30-8:30pm -OR- Fridays, Jan 6-Apr 28, 9-11am via Zoom

Audience: Adults

Led by Pam Bloom

How can a covenant-keeping God turn our worst sins into a victorious faith? Through the life of David, we see the importance of a life of obedience and how it is lived. Return to Him, He is waiting with open arms! Cost $36.

The Surpassing Value of Knowing Christ
A Study of Philippians

Sundays, Mar 5-Apr 2, 9-10:45am
in Room 106

Audience: Adult Women

Led by Brenda Tennill

The apostle Paul was an extraordinary individual by any measure. From the moment he was introduced to Jesus by name in a blinding flash of light, to his final days chained like an animal in a Roman dungeon, he relentlessly pursued Christ and preached the gospel entrusted to him. We invite you to join us as we grow in our single-minded pursuit of Jesus. Come along with Beth Moore in this new, five-session study of Philippians. Cost of workbook $14.

Women's Discipleship Class

Saturdays, 9-10:30am in The Fireside Room

Adult Women’s Class

Led by Michelle Lewis

We meet to fellowship and study the Word of God together.  We desire to know God's Word so that we may love him more deeply, learn from one another, and share in a safe space. All you need is your bible, a notebook, pen, and a heart that is open and ready to hear God speak through His Word. If you don’t have a bible, we’ll give you one to keep. Class will not meet on 5/27 or 7/1.

Baptism Class

Sunday, April 2nd, 12:15-2pm
in Room 109

Audience: Teens & Adults | Led by Randy Boltinghouse

We invite you to learn about this important ordinance, its meaning, and its significance. This class is for you whether you are just thinking about baptism or if you are ready to take this next step of commitment. Lunch is provided. Register by Mar 26th.




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

Monday, Mar 13-May 22, 6:30-8:30pm in Room 106 

Audience: Adults 

Led by Lissa Black & Sharon Hecht

The loss of a loved one is never easy. It is a confusing time when you may feel isolated and have questions about things you have never faced before. We meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. Watch videos, hear from experts in the field, engage in group discussion, and benefit from personal study and reflection. Our leaders have experienced loss and have compassionate hearts to walk with you through your healing journey. Cost $20, register online.

Women's Book Club

2nd Saturdays, 10-11:30am

In Room 106

Audience: Adult Women

Led by Jan Pletcher

Join us as we read Every Good Gift by Urcelia Teixeira. We will discuss it on Saturday, April 15th starting at 10am.

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.



Outreach Prayer Meeting

Sundays, Mar 26, Apr 30, May 28, Jun 25, Jul 30, Aug 27 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.

Girls' Night Out
Game Night

Friday, March 31st, 6:30-8:30pm
in The Garage

Audience: Adults & Older Teens

Do you enjoy games? Join us for a casual, fun night of games and fellowship. This is the perfect event to invite your friends to and to connect with ladies in our church family. We’ll have pizza, snacks, and sweets. For us to plan well for this free event, please register by Mar 29th.


Sunday, April 9th, 8am, 9:30am, & 11am

On this special Sunday, we will celebrate the Risen Savior. “Jesus said to her, ‘I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die.” (John 11:25-26)

Men's Cookout

Saturday, April 22nd, 5-7pm at The Firepit

Audience: Adults & Older Teens

Guys, we created a laid-back event just for you. Bring a friend or five and meet us out at The Firepit for hotdogs, cornhole, and fellowship. For us to plan for this free event, please register by Apr 18th.

Connection Point

Sunday, March 26th, After Services
in The Fireside Room

Are you new to WRCC and looking to get to know more people? We have a new, low-key way for you to get connected to your church family as we grow as disciples together. You can stop by The Fireside Room after 1st service for donuts and coffee or after 2nd service for a light lunch. You will get a chance to meet new people, connect with staff members and WRCC volunteers, hear a little bit about the church, and ask any questions you might have. No registration is necessary, just come on in!

First Saturday Services

1st Saturdays of the Month

This Spring, 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.

Family Dedication

Saturday, April 15th, 10-11am
in The Garage

We believe that life with God is meant to be a family thing. No one has a greater potential to impact a child’s spiritual development than their parents. During this service, parents will pledge to raise their child in a spiritually healthy home alongside their family and friends. Each family will have a table and light refreshments will be served. Register by Apr 8th.

Car Wash & Detailing Fundraiser

Sunday, May 7th, 12:30-3pm in the Front Parking Lot

Our Student Ministry volunteers will be set up in the parking lot, ready and waiting after second service, to wash and detail your car. There is no set price, donations will be collected and used towards Little Galilee Christian Camp scholarships.

Meals on Mission

Sundays, Mar 26th & May 7th, The Foyer

Our missions teams and volunteers will be selling to-go lunches after both services. March 26 menu: Pulled pork BBQ & Mac n'Cheese for $15, side salad for $5, and cake dessert for $5. So, cancel your restaurant plans and enjoy a prepared meal at home with your family and friends. 

The funds raised will support our summer missionaries and the global partners where they serve. We'll accept cash, check or card, and donations!

Good Friday

Friday, April 7th, 7pm

We invite you to join us on Good Friday for an evening of reflection of what Christ did on the cross. “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.”
(John 15:13)

Senior Sendoff

Saturday, April 15th, 5-6:30pm
in The Garage

Graduation is a big milestone, for both students and parents. At this event, we’ll celebrate our graduating Seniors with a catered meal and a spotlight on each graduate. Seniors may have up to 10 attendees in their group. To participate, please register online by Mar 31st.

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