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The mission of Westside Christian Church is to reach people with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ and to lead, teach and equip them to become life-long followers of Him.

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Church In The Park 2017

Church In The Park 2017

Welcome to Westside Christian Church and our very first “Church In The Park!” I’m so glad you choose to join us for this awesome worship experience in God’s creation. We designed this family friendly service to help engage with God outside of our normal four walls and encourage community and fellowship in a different setting. You will find the words for today’s worship songs on the insert in this bulletin & we will offer both communion and offering the same as at our regular service.

There are kid activity bulletins and Goldfish snacks available for children 11 and under so please don’t hesitate to ask an usher for assistance. We pray this experience helps you connect with God in a powerful, fresh new way…and don’t forget to stick around after the service for our all-church picnic. Pulled pork sandwiches, snow-cones, bounce house, games & more will be provided. So sit back, relax and enjoy “Church In The Park!”

~Nathan Cherry

What is the Church?

What is the Church?

Have you ever wondered what the Church really is? What it’s all about? And why God chose the Church as the instrument of His grace and mercy? There are a lot of ideas floating around about what the church should be. Should we focus on social justice? Should we focus on meeting the needs of others? Should we focus on evangelism? These and many more questions are on the hearts and minds of people just like you and me, for they speak to our passions and concerns. But what did God say about His church? What does He say about the Church’s purpose? Is the Church even relevant today? And can we truly know or be the church as God envisioned it?

Join us as we journey these next 5 weeks together through God’s Word to answer these questions and discover “What Is The Church?!”

~Nathan Cherry

Life Lessons From 1 Samuel

Life Lessons From 1 Samuel

1 Samuel is a book of transitions...we see Israel transitioning from a people transformed from a group of tribal families “doing what was right in their own eyes” to becoming a unified nation under an identifiable king. This is the beginning of Israel’s united kingdom. It will become a reality through the lives of the prophet Samuel, the (not so faithful) King Saul, his son Jonathan, and God’s ultimate choice of David as Israel’s King - the house of whom God’s ultimate King will come in the future. Just as Israel and her leaders were learning to know and follow God in this setting, we can learn valuable lessons from their experiences and responses to the Lord during this transition. So, prepare to take this journey through this book as we seek to discover and apply the “Life Lessons From The Book of 1 Samuel!” ~Frank Mascaro

Who Do You Say I Am?

Who Do You Say I Am?

Happy Easter everyone! We are so glad you choose to join us this Easter as we celebrate the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. But who is this man we call Jesus? Over the centuries there have been many claims as to who he might be and I’ll bet this morning you have some ideas as well. Some say he’s just a prophet. Others, a very good man. There were those who saw him as nothing more than a rabble-rouser. Still to some he may be no more than a swear word.

Regardless of your preconceived ideas of who Jesus is, we invite you to join us as we answer the question, “Who Do You Say I Am?” Taken from his own words, we will explore the claims of Christ and what they mean for us today. So good morning and welcome...we’re excited that you’re here!

~Nathan Cherry

Life Lessons From 1 Samuel (1-15)

Life Lessons From 1 Samuel (1-15)

1 Samuel is a book of transitions...we see Israel transitioning from a people transformed from a group of tribal families “doing what was right in their own eyes” to becoming a unified nation under an identifiable king. This is the beginning of Israel’s united kingdom. It will become a reality through the lives of the prophet Samuel, the (not so faithful) King Saul, his son Jonathan, and God’s ultimate choice of David as Israel’s King - the house of whom God’s ultimate King will come in the future. Just as Israel and her leaders were learning to know and follow God in this setting, we can learn valuable lessons from their experiences and responses to the Lord during this transition. So, prepare to take this journey through this book as we seek to discover and apply the “Life Lessons From The Book of 1 Samuel!”

~Frank Mascaro

Life’s Journey: Our Exodus

Life’s Journey: Our Exodus

It’s been 400 years since the Israelites entered Egypt to be joined with Joseph and receive the protection of Pharaoh. The hand of God is evident in the events leading up to the relocation and reunion but then there was silence. Now God begins the process of moving more than two million people back to the land promised to the patriarch Abraham.

It’s a new day, a great trek ahead yet even Moses asks, “who should I say sent me, who are you, what is your name?” The journey of Exodus is a daily discovery of the person of God Almighty and much like our journey in our life with God. Today we look at the parallels and discover keys to our journey as we walk with the one true God, our Creator and Savior.

~Jay Vincent