You are welcome to worship with us at Western Heights. As we continue our reopening plan, we encourage everyone to join us for worship from home (via live stream) or at the building (adhering to the protocols). You are free to use either option. If you would like to and feel comfortable, please join us for worship at the building. If you have concerns about attending in person at the building, we ask you to join us from home. Either way, we’re glad you are worshiping with the Western Heights family.
We want you to know that the areas in the building being used are being cleaned and disinfected each week to prepare for our Sunday morning worship times. We have also installed high-grade filters in the HVAC system.
Please understand that as things progress, we may be able to open up more fully or we may need to pull back or alter our protocols. This is new territory for us and we simply don’t know what the future holds. We appreciate your prayers and patience.
This page is simply a gathering of all the information that is pertinent to our response to the coronavirus. For official news, please follow the Center for Disease Control website here.
Giving can be done through our on-line platform found here, or by mailing a check to the church address (found at the bottom of this page), or your contribution can be placed in the boxes at the back of the auditorium during our services at the building.
Classes for all ages are being held at the building. Starting at 9:00am on Sundays and 7:00pm on Wednesdays.
A few of the classes also have an online option to join via Zoom. Here are a few of the links to access these classes.
To join the Sunday morning Auditorium class click here.
Meeting ID - 349 641 475
To join the Wednesday night adult class click here.
If you are looking for on-line Bible study, we have access to thousands of studies via our RightNow Media account. If you have not set up your account, contact Rusty (here).
RightNow Media Recommendations for Families (in the Kid's Series section)
- Mr. Phil Show
- 5 Minute Family Devotions
- What's in the Bible by Phil Vischer
RightNow Media Recommendations for Personal Study or Group Study
- Overcoming Anxiety During COVID-19 (Jonathan Pokluda)
- The Bible Project Videos
- The Bible Project Videos, "How to Read..." (Bible books)
- The Book of James (Frances Chan)
- The Gospel of Mark (Frances Chan)
When it comes to the sharing of the Lord's Supper there are a few options.
- You can purchase your own.
- You can pick up a pre-packaged set at the church building.
- You can make your own.
Communion Bread Recipe
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 1/4 cup whole wheat flour
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 2 tablespoons oil (preferably olive oil, but vegetable or canola will work)
- 4-8 tablespoons water
- Preheat oven to 400
- Combine oil and dry ingredients
- Add water
- Roll out to a flat bread
- Bake at 400 for 12 minutes