Small Groups | Wednesday Evenings, 7-8:15pm
This is a time where seek to encourage each other and apply truth to our lives. The primary means we do this is through accountability, discipleship, and prayer. Currently we are concentrating on our need to grow in prayer, using material from A Praying Life: Connecting With God In A Distracting World, by Paul Miller.
Children join their families in corporate singing prior to small groups. Afterward they go to a children’s group of age-appropriate lesson and catechism memorization, along with a teaching video and a snack. The Curriculum this Spring: Westminster Catechism For Young Children + Story keepers movie series.
Corporate Worship | Sunday Mornings, 10:45am
The current preaching series is called “Jesus Is King of all Nations.” Sunday morning worship begins with corporate singing, followed by a verse-by-verse exposition of the Gospel of Matthew. This is followed each week with a time of relaxed fellowship over coffee after the morning service.
Children ages 4 to 11 stay in the first singing portion of our service along with their parents. Parents then can choose to either send them to a children’s program of gospel-centered bible teaching,, along with an activity and a snack, or have them continue to sit in on the preaching in the main service. We encourage parents to do whatever they are most comfortable with. The Curriculum this Spring: New Life Series.
- Unit 1, New Life God promises me new life through Jesus.”
- Unit 2, A New Paul. When I believe that Jesus is God’s Son, my life changes.
- Unit 3, New Believers. Christians are called to care for others.
Adult Theology Class | Sundays, 9:30am | “Hermenutics: The Art and Science of How To Interpret Your Bible”
Dundas Street Evangelistic Outreach | Saturday, 10am-13:30pm (monthly)| Handing out Starbucks coffee, sharing conversation and the gospel with people on the sidewalk in front of our church location.
Young Adults Fellowship | Fridays, 7:30pm (monthly)
Women’s Fellowship | 7pm (quarterly)
English Language Assistance | Wednesdays 4:40-6:30pm (September – April)
Prison Outreach | Monday & Wednesday evenings | Inmates in the Don Jail are visited, counseled and taken though evangelistic bible courses.
The WTBC Pastoral Internship aims to equip those that are preparing to enter full-time ministry. The internship includes:
- Teaching, preaching and constructive feedback
- meeting regularly for discipleship and accountability
- small group colloquiums focused on preaching and other pastoral issues
- Organizing and leading services and outreach events
The internship is led by Pastor Justin, and is an valuable opportunity for experience and encouragement for the future pastors, teachers and missionaries.