Current Operations Due to Covid-19 Virus:
We are currently offering two, identical, in-person worship services each Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Both services are live-streamed for in-house participation in other areas of the campus as well. Click here for all the details.
During this time of social distancing, we are live-streaming our 8:30 worship service via YouTube. We are also recording that service and posting it to our channel. Click here for the WFMC YouTube Channel. You are welcome to subscribe to the channel as well.
Audio recordings of the messages can also be found on the WFMC Truthcasting Channel.
Fellowship and Education
All of our Adult Bible Fellowship and Youth Bible Fellowship groups are meeting in some form, either in person or via Zoom video or a combination of both. Children’s Sunday school is meeting on campus as well. Adults, contact your ABF leader or the church office if you’d like to join an ABF that is meeting via Zoom, or click here for the complete list and links.
Giving can be done in a variety of ways – either following each in-person service (boxes in the foyer on the way out of worship,) via mail, drop off at the church office, or online. Online directions are found here.
Information and Ministries
Pastor Daryl and the church office are sending e-mails regularly via the already established e-chain which include announcements, prayer requests and program information. If you would like to be included, simply phone or e-mail the church office ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) and type “E-Chain” in your subject line.
Please note your prayer requests or reports of answered prayer on the Communication Cards in Sunday worship, or you may e-mail them to the church office for distribution to the church family (or if they are confidential, to the pastors.)
Our Benevolence and Families at Risk ministries is helping those with short-term financial needs.
Pastoral Care groups have been expanded are contacting sub-groups every 2-3 weeks to catch up and collect prayer requests and needs for distribution.