COVID-19 UPDATE: We’re gathering again in-person. However, some ministry activities will remain online until further notice. Be sure to read all the details about any guidelines on our Church Updates page, and anything specific to events on our Upcoming Events descriptions. If you have any questions, please feel free to touch base with the appropriate ministry contact.

We offer numerous events to help you take a next step in your spiritual journey, grow in your faith, or connect with others. 

Ways To Join Us
For Sunday services
9 & 10:45am

Since Governor Holcomb released the Back on Track Indiana guidelines, we have spent significant time in prayer and preparation, to develop our Back in the Building plan to resume in-person services. To allow for distancing guidelines, seating capacity has been reduced. If you’d like to join us for in-person services on Sunday, please review our Back in the Building plan guidelines. We look forward to seeing you!

Review Guidelines

Financial Peace University
Beginning week of October 5 - December 7, 2020
Various Times and Locations

Financial Peace University

Whether you are financially secure or financially distressed, signing up for Financial Peace University has something to teach you, and learning to #LiveFree will give you an opportunity to change the world.

Fall 2020 Financial Peace University classes are here...
Choose from an in-home group study, or take them online on your own:

  • Monday FPU (in-person) Westside of Warsaw (Honeybee Court) – launches Monday, October 5 at 6:30pm
  • Thursday FPU (online-only) – launches Thursday, October 8 at 6:30pm

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To help as many people take the class as possible, WCC is keeping the price of the one year membership, online resources, and class set as low as we can ($99). Please note: if you cannot afford the class materials, contact us and we'll be happy to work with you. 


Men’s Fall Kick-off
Sunday, October 4, 2020
1pm, WCC Main Campus

Men’s Ministries Kick-off

Guys, let’s get together to enjoy some good food as we catch up and look ahead to future ministry opportunities. Bring some money and your favorite camp chair as we host a local food truck and watch some football on multiple screens on the back lawn of the Main Campus on Sunday, October 4, 1pm.

To help us with numbers for the Food Truck, please sign up below.

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Contact: Nate Metler 574-268-0188 x218

Equipping The Church: Galatians
Wednesdays, September 9 – October, 14, 7-8:30pm
In-person at WCC AND online

Equipping The Church: Galatians

Equipping The Church: Galatians

Learn to grow in your faith and deepen your relationship with God as we study the book of Galatians. Large group teaching will be a thematic study and in-depth look at Paul's letter to the churches in Galatia (modern-day Turkey) followed by small group discussion. We'll discover how to live in the Spirit while understanding the difference in being saved by grace not works.

Teaching and small group discussion will be available in-person at WCC, as well as online via Zoom.

Classes are Wednesdays, now – October, 14, 7-8:30pm

Please email Andria if you would like to join or get more information about materials. 

Contact: Andria Crawley 574-268-0188 x238


Discovery Series
Sunday, November 8, 15, 22

10:45am, Room 241/242

Discovery Series

If you’re new or looking to get connected at WCC, start with our Discovery Series – three Sunday sessions during the 10:45am service that will give you a closer look at WCC, help you identify your spiritual gifts, and discover the many ways to get connected here. Discovering WCC gives you an overview of our vision and mission, including our beliefs and values. Discovering My Design is focused on understanding how God has gifted you and for what purposes. And in the final session, Discovering Connection you’ll be given practical steps to develop relationships in the church, as you meet others on the same journey. Childcare is available and provided through our Sonlight Children’s Ministry.

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Contact: Carissa Metzger 574-268-0188 x219



Young Adults
Meeting twice a month; 1st and 3rd Thursdays 
7pm, at Winona Lake Park (weather permitting) AND online via web conference

Young Adults

Looking for an open environment to ask questions, be encouraged, and meet new people during the transitioning years of your life? Join our Young Adults (18-35) group on the first and third Thursday of the month, 7pm, for an opportunity to learn, worship, and connect. Whether you’re just out of high-school, in college or working, single or married, with or without a young family, we want to provide a fun place for you to gather, get to know others in your stage of life, grow in your faith, and make a difference in our community and world. 

NOTE: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are still meeting, but have an online video conference option in addition to our in-person gathering. If interested in being part of Young Adults gatherings either online or in-person, join our Facebook Group. We'll share further in-person meeting and video conferencing details there.

Contact: Erica Hart, x232

Missions Night
Meeting monthly 3rd Thursdays
7pm, Upper Level 
or online via webconference


Missions Night

Each one of us is called to “missions.” God places us in specific places and situations so that we can draw others closer to Him. We join Him in His redemptive work by praying for and serving others. We give of our time, talents, and treasures. We intentionally build relationships with people so that they can get a glimpse of Him through us. Join us monthly to hear from, encourage, and pray for our missions partners. We meet on the third Thursday each month at 7pm, upper level. 

Please join us! If you choose to join us via Zoom, just click on the link below. If you can join us in-person, you’ll be glad you did. Either way, we hope to see you Thursday!

September Meeting:

Zoom Link:
Meeting ID: 837 5440 7654

Contact: Erica Hart, 574-268-0188 x232

The River (Single Moms Ministry)
meets monthly 3rd Saturdays
September 2020-May 2021

Are you a single mom looking for the chance to restore, renew, and refresh your spirit? Join other moms for support and encouragement at The River, meeting the third Saturday of each month, September 2020 - May 2021,10am-12pm.

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Contact: Lisa King

WCC Bible Reading Plan & Devotions
The New Testament in One Year

WCC Bible Reading Plan & Devotions
The primary purpose of reading the Bible is not to know the Bible, but to know God.
― James Merritt

Reading the Bible Together
When we spend time in God’s Word, we’re getting to know Him. We’re also maturing in our faith. Regularly spending time together with God in His Word is such a beautiful, life-giving thing. And just as it benefits us as individuals, when we gather together as the church to commit to spending time reading and studying the Bible, something special happens. We’re able to encourage one another and grow together. That’s why we’re launching a new churchwide Bible reading plan. We’ll spend a year reading the New Testament together.

5 Minutes a Day, 5 Days a Week
Committing five minutes a day, five days a week to our new churchwide Bible reading plan will allow us to read the New Testament, all 260 chapters, in one year. We’ll have five chapters to read each week, with two built-in free days if you’ve gotten off track. Note: if you do get off track, just jump back in where we are. You can always go back and catch up when you have extra time. This plan spreads out the Gospels so we read those throughout the year, weaving the story of Jesus within our whole year. The rest of the New Testament books are read in order.

Bible Reading Plan Devotions: Twice a month, we’ll publish devotionals that correspond with what we’re reading in our yearly Bible Plan. These devotionals will be written from a variety of people participating in this churchwide reading plan. Through these devotionals, we will be encouraged and challenged as we journey through God’s Word together. Making the Connection: Our weekly sermon recap devotions will continue to be produced, so you can dig further into the Sunday sermon at your own pace throughout your week. Both of these devotionals will be published on the WCC blog and regularly posted on social media.

Up for more of a challenge?
Don’t just read the chapters, use the following questions to study them:

Observation: This is how to learn what a passage of scripture says. Questions to ask: Who? What? Where? When? Why? How? What does it say? What do I notice?

Interpretation: This is how to accurately interpret scripture and understand what it means in the right context. Questions to ask: What are the key themes or truths? What is the writer’s intended meaning? What is the context? What questions do I have?

Application: This is how to correctly apply the truth of the text to everyday life. Questions to ask: How do I apply it? What are the implications in my life? What does this mean for me