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
Guys, in this season where we are being pulled in so many directions, we need to first grow deeper in our faith with God so that our relationships and every corner of our lives become God-honoring. Tony Evans challenges and equips men to fully understand their position under God as well as their position over what God has given them. Through the Kingdom Man class, Dr. Evans provides concepts men can follow to help them actively pursue ways to develop and maximize God-honoring characteristics and help secure a Biblical manhood in their lives. Join us for a 6 week class on Saturday mornings at 10am on Zoom.]
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.
2 Corinthians - Ministers of Reconciliation | By Kay Arthur
Thursdays, Jan. 21 - Apr. 8, 6:30-8:30pm or Fridays, Jan. 22 - Apr. 9, 9-11am via Zoom
Adult Coed Class
Today we are burdened beyond strength, despairing of life, having fears within and conflicts without. Let God’s truth penetrate your heart to a greater passion and strength to follow Christ, to be filled with spiritual encouragement, and to turn troubles into triumph as you study Precept Upon Precept. Cost of workbook: $24
Wednesdays, Feb. 10 - Mar. 17, 6:30-8pm or Fridays, Feb. 12 - Mar. 19, 10am-12pm via Zoom
Adult Women's Class
The relationship Paul would build with the Galatian converts―and his determination for the truth of the gospel to be preserved among them―led to one of the most passionate letters in the New Testament. Paul would not sit quietly by and let those who’d been liberated by Christ’s glorious gospel submit again to a yoke of slavery. He’d send a letter with the volume turned up, calling believers to stand firm in the truth, stay bold in love, and walk by the Spirit. He’d remind them what it looked like to live for God’s approval rather than human approval. The eternal words God entrusted to Paul for the churches of Galatia are as needed today as they were when the ink was still wet on the ancient pages. Find out how everything has changed, now that faith has come. Cost for workbook: $20
Led by Lisa Black (Wednesdays) and Brenda Tennill (Fridays)
No more money stress—ever! It’s possible when you know how to handle your finances. Join our virtual Financial Peace University class, and we’ll learn how to dump debt and build wealth. You won’t even have to leave home. And now, you can try Financial Peace free for 14 days! (for full access to all materials after the free trial, there are various membership packages available).
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 Executive Minister Justin Craig to get connected with a group.
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.
Preschoolers through 3rd graders, come hang with Miss Jen and Miss Amber for an evening of fun and fellowship. We’ll be doing an activity from our family packets to recap the Bible story of the week. Email Amber at for the Zoom link to join our call!
Join your WRCC church family for One Winter Night, an event where people from all walks of life serve and engage with the ministry of CU at Home. Community members are invited to spend the 12 hours outside in a cardboard box to learn about homelessness, raise awareness for our friends without an address, and experience a bit of what it might be like to be outside, overnight, in the coldest part of a Central Illinois Winter. The Windsor Warriors are a team from our church family working together to support CU at Home's One Winter Night event through fundraising and volunteering.
C-U at Home is a local non-profit organization that engages and mobilizes our community to house and support the most vulnerable homeless on their journey of healing and restoration. They seek to embody Jesus’s charge to his followers in Matthew 25:23, "For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in."
This is the TENTH ANNIVERSARY of this signature community event to raise awareness and funds to help the homeless in our community! Visit the website to learn more about the many opportunities to get involved.
Wednesday, January 27th, 6pm in The Worship Center
Love will be the theme of our evening as we spend time worshiping the God who loves us beyond what we can ever imagine. We invite your whole family to join us for our service which will be a combination of our best-loved worship songs and your children's favorites from their Sunday morning services. Register online to reserve your spot before we’re full.
We’ve had our first snow, and there’s sure to be more, so get outside and have some fun! Take a picture of your family’s best snowman or snow animal or any snow creation, then email it to Jenny at by January 31st. We’ll have 3 winners, one from each of these categories: Best Traditional Snowman, Most Creative Snow Creation, and Tallest Snowman. Up for grabs are a dozen donuts from one of our local businesses, Industrial Donuts.