We believe that we can only experience life the way God intended in community with other believers.
Precept Inductive Bible Study | 1 Corinthians Difficulties in the Body of Christ
Thursdays, Sept. 10 - Jan. 14, 6:30-8:30pm or Fridays, Sept. 11 - Jan. 15, 9-11am via Zoom
Adult Co-ed Class
Why are there so many divisions in the church? Why does the church sometimes tolerate sin? Are you experiencing any of the same problems that the Corinthians did in your own relationships or in your church? If you have similar questions, this study is an important resource. Learn how to pray by knowing God's mind and will on divisions. What does God say about marriage, divorce, remarriage? Tongues? Prophecy? Giving? Paul addresses these issues raised by Corinthian believers. Learn how to be strong in the Lord, have confidence in Him and not lose heart, and be agents of reconciliation. Cost for workbook: $28
Take Courage-A Study of Haggai | by Jennifer Rothschild
Wednesdays, Sept. 16 - Oct. 28, 6:30-8:30pm via Zoom
Adult Women's Class
Do you ever feel like the happy ending of your story is a million miles away? Then you know how the Jewish people felt when they returned to their wrecked land after exile and began rebuilding the temple. They were distracted, discouraged, and ready to throw in the towel. But, the prophet Haggai reminded them they could find courage in the God who had never left them. Sometimes the landscapes of our lives feel wrecked, with our hope and purpose in shambles. We too get distracted and discouraged. However, God’s presence and promises give us courage to press on and trust Him with our story. In this 7-session study on the Book of Haggai, learn to walk confidently in your calling, stay motivated despite opposition, and courageously invest your life in God’s purposes, trusting Him for results you may never see in this lifetime. Cost for workbook: $15
Mondays, Sept. 14 - Dec. 7, 6:30-8:30pm in Room 148
Adult Co-ed Class
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. GriefShare is a group that meets weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. Hear from experts in the field on video, engage in group discussion, and benefit from personal study and reflection. Our leaders know what loss is like and they have compassionate hearts to walk with you through your healing journey. Cost of workbook: $15
We will be implementing safe practices. Please wear a mask.
This class offers an opportunity to strengthen your relationship and fellowship with other couples. Each session begins with fellowship and varied content, such as fun games or a devotional for further exploration with your date on the town. Class not limited to couples with children. Attend any or every month—just sign up each time to help us plan. Preregistration for childcare is required.
Led by Dario and Beccy Remenji.
Wednesday, Sept. 16 - Oct. 14, 9-11am via Zoom
Adult Women's Class
Life is full of surprises. How can we move forward when we're faced with the unknown? Using personal stories and biblical examples, in Unexpected, author Christine Caine offers real-life strategies to help you journey from fear to hope. Discover how to embrace the unexpected, strengthen your faith, choose your destiny, and trust that God is in control.
This co-ed class studies a book of the Bible, verse by verse, and engages in lively discussion.
Taught by Virgil Dasher.
Celebrate Recovery provides fellowship and a place to seek God’s healing power as we work through the 8 Recovery Principles together. By working and applying these principles, we begin to grow spiritually.
Men’s mentoring groups meet throughout the week, often early in the morning, and provide a Bible study and a chance to interact with other men on important issues. Often deep friendships are formed in these groups that last for years. Contact Discipleship Pastor Brian Rummery to get connected with a group.
Get support. Find hope. Experience Joy. When you join this support group, you will: meet weekly for 12 weeks, be encouraged by women who have walked in your shoes, make new friends and receive a baby shower in your honor. When you join an Embrace Grace Group you make friends in a judgment-free community of women who want to encourage and support you and learn more about who God and who he say you are. Cost for workbook: $10.
Meeting virtually - check out the Facebook Group for full information.
The goal for this book club is to provide opportunities for fellowship for the women of Windsor Road, as well as for women who may not attend the church. When selecting books, we will strive to provide a catalyst for reflection, self-examination, and spiritual growth. 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.
Empty Arms is a grief support network led by four moms (Jamie Summers, Stephanie Helfrich, Erin Beck, and Katrina Smith) 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. Everyone mourns in unique ways at different times.
Windsor Road is partnering with First Baptist Church of Savoy (FBC) to host a Halloween Hunt! This activity-filled scavenger hunt will take you to several locations in the Champaign Urbana community, and you’ll collect memories and candy along the way!
Start your hunt anytime between 2-6pm (just make sure you start before 5pm for a chance to complete all the prepared activities) and finish as many or as few activities as you’d like. If you do complete your entire punch card of activities, your family can enter to win a grand prize! This event is tailored to pre-k to middle school aged kids— but all are welcome.
Upon your arrival at FBC, your family will receive a swag bag stuffed with clues and a map for the Halloween Hunt, some candy, and other fun goodies. You then have several hours to complete the activities at the varying locations. Your Halloween Hunt will conclude at WRCC with a warm beverage, a photo booth, and music.
Masks are required, costumes are encouraged, and fun is must!
Our Indoor Worship Service will be a time to safely gather within our Worship Center. Please park in the rear lot and enter the building through the southeast door by the tent.
We will be entering the Worship Center through the hall doors across from the main restrooms, and will follow strict social distancing guidelines seating one family every other row. Please provide a mask for each person in your family (over the age of 2).
At the conclusion of the service, we will dismiss through the emergency exit doors leading to the parking lot. You may stay and safely visit with others outdoors if you'd like.
Please note we are unable to offer tea and coffee at this time. When registering, it’s important to select each member of your family who will be attending, not just yourself.
We’re limiting the service to 100 people to do our best to ensure a safe distance between those attending.
Our Outdoor Service will be a time to safely gather outdoors on WRCC's back lawn under the tent to worship together in a family-friendly atmosphere.
We’ll have our Student Band lead us in worship, and our Family Ministry Team will all be there. Justin will deliver a message following the same sermon series as our Indoor Service.
Each person in your family (over the age of 2) will need to wear a mask, and you'll need to bring lawn chairs/blankets to sit on. We will follow strict social distancing guidelines, each family needs to stay together in their area. When registering, it’s important to select each member of your family who will be attending, not just yourself. We’re limiting the service to 100 people to do our best to ensure a safe distance between families.