What to Expect

Knowing what to expect before visiting somewhere the first time can make a big difference – especially somewhere as important as church. Whether you’ve attended church your entire life, or you’ve never been at all, we know it’s not always easy taking those first steps through the door.

At WCC, what visitors often notice first is our relaxed atmosphere. We want you to come in, feel genuinely welcome, enjoy a great cup of coffee or tea, and make yourself at home. Don’t worry, we won’t do anything to embarrass you or make you stand out.

Our contemporary praise music and teaching are dynamic and relevant, so that people living in the 21st century can come to understand; how the Bible speaks directly to their life, and how we can connect meaningfully with an eternal and timeless God that understands our challenges, addresses them, and wants to guide our lives.

We know WCC might seem like a big, busy place, so here’s what else you can expect...

Come together on the weekends – at the “WCC Main Campus” (1855 S. County Farm Road, Warsaw, Indiana) – during one of our 60-70 minute weekend services; Sunday 9am and 10:45am. Want to peek inside the building before you arrive? Take a tour here.

Watch a previous service or tune in live on Sundays to get an idea of the music style and teaching topics.

Flip-flops and shorts, jeans and a button-up, business casual or your Sunday best – what you wear doesn’t matter, we’re just glad you’re here and so is God.

Volunteers are here to welcome you, answer any questions you may have, and give you a tour if you’d like.

Already know you want to get connected? Join us for The Quarter After – an opportunity to meet our teaching pastor during the 15 minutes right after each service. Or maybe you’re struggling and need someone to listen… Stop by the Info Center, fill out a Connection Card, or speak with a Pastor. We want to get to know you and are here to help.

Got kids? We love them too! So much so, that we provide encouraging environments just for them to be guided as they grow and learn the truth of who God is and how much He loves them. We also offer programs for students in middle school and high school.