Be our guest every Sunday at 4:30pm at Westside Church of Christ! We meet in room #517 (on the first floor). In addition to our discussion time (see more below), we also love to celebrate birthdays and occasionally go out to eat at a restaurant here in town. Right now, our theme is the book "One Word." We have noticed that in the church today, our Christian "vocabulary" is often lacking; we often use terms and just assume everyone knows what we mean. Our target audience would be anyone who wants to learn more about some key terms in the Bible (Grace, Redemption, etc.) We'll be using a daily devotional book as the foundation for our time together. This book takes one of those words each week and focuses on understanding it. The goal is that we would all have a better, deeper understanding of Biblical words. We hope this makes a big difference in the lives of people, because each week, we will be focused on understanding one single Biblical concept. We hope you can join us!
Sundays • 4:30pm
Justice and Equity for All • July 5, 2020 • Bryan Fojtasek
King David was a Godly example of humility, eloquence, military strength and leadership. But what was it about David that made him a man after God's own heart? In this message, Bryan explores God's heart for justice and righteousness and shares how David's commitment to those ideal in his Kingdom gives us a practical example to follow in our lives today.
Join us for an inspiring morning of worship as we praise God and dive into his Word. We'll be sharing some powerful updates from our missionaries around the world during service and telling the story of King David during our sermon. Join us this Sunday at 9am--in person or online!
Healthy Boundaries • July 1, 2020 • Bryan Fojtasek
The Kingdom of God is open to everyone, but there are times when the best way to protect your spiritaul life is by setting healthy boundaries. We hope you'll join us tonight at 6:30pm for our Bible Study on the book of 2 John, which tackles the questions of Christian acceptance and how and when to set boundaries.