What You Can Expect in a WHCC Worship Service

Welcome Home Christian Church strives to meet the needs of our entire community by providing a loving, grace-filled experience in our ministries and worship services. Prior to our scheduled services, we provide refreshments and snacks during our Coffee & Conversation (C&C) time – typically 45 minutes prior to the start of our services. C&C provides an opportunity for friends and newcomers to fellowship with each other, meet some of our church leaders, and participate in various activities.

We encourage folks to sit down and relax in the auditorium 15 minutes prior to the scheduled services.  During this time, you’ll hear contemporary worship music while we project announcements of upcoming events, ministry needs, Bible studies, and other various information. You can also use this time to review the bulletin, fill out the Connection Card, talk with those sitting around you, or simply sit and prepare yourself for worship.

Once service starts, you can expect to sing worship songs, be invited to participate in our weekly Communion service, hear Biblical teachings through informative sermons, and for those who are members or those wanting to participate, you’ll have an opportunity to demonstrate your faith through the giving of tithes and offerings.

We typically sing contemporary Christian songs, but also mix in a few hymns that support the themes of the sermons. We have a small worship team, but they definitely make up for it with their serving hearts and passion for ushering the congregation before our Lord in music and song.

Our Preaching Minister, Doug Dykstra, or Associate Pastor, Ricky Flack, deliver a weekly sermon that is Bible-based, heart-felt, and motivational. Our weekly sermons are recorded and published for those who may have missed them, or who simply want to hear the message again. We encourage you to listen to past sermons that you may have missed.

We end each of our services with an invitation. This invitation is made to anyone who wants to accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior and be baptized into His family; become a member of WHCC; ask any questions relating to the church, the Bible, or what we’re all about; or have someone sit and pray with you.

We love people and we hope that those who come through our doors see firsthand the grace of God and the love of His people. Please join us this week!

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