WEPC offers a variety of opportunities throughout the week for adults to gather for fellowship and discipleship.
adult sunday school
Weekly, through August 28
9:15 -10:30 AM / Library
In Paul's first letter to the young church at Corinth, he addressed the pressure of being choked by the godless environment. We are still feeling this suffocating pressure today. The letter also deals with how Christians should practically deal with issues within the church. Please join Bryce Allison, Gordon Collier, and Paul Howe as they lead us through this study.
summer fellowship 2022: jesus knows his church
Wednesdays, July 6- August 31
7-8:30 PM / WEPC Chapel
Join us this summer for Jesus Knows His Church. We’ll walk through Revelation 1-3 and consider who Jesus is, and what it means to be known and led by Him. Outspoken skeptics, new Christians and long-time believers are encouraged to attend. Feel free to bring others,and drop in whenever you are in town. Led by Kevin Greene ( ), Jason Weippert, Gordon Collier, and Becca Wethered. Visit the class page for more information and the schedule.
Next gathering: July 29-31, 2022
For those interested in learning more about our church and the possibility of membership in the future. Inquirer's Weekend is a wonderful time to meet our pastors in a group setting and learn some foundations of Christianity, foundations for our church’s worship, and opportunities for connection and service with others. Click HERE for more information and details. Questions or to RSVP, contact Karen Howe.
Next gathering: July 16
4:00-5:30 PM / Library
Join us for fellowship, devotional study, prayer, and an optional dinner. Visit the event page for more information, or contact
the church as refuge seminar
8:30AM - 12:30 PM / Stony Point Presbyterian Church
Join us for a seminar designed to help the church understand the nature of abuse and respond to it with truth and grace. The speaker will be Dr. Diane Langberg, international expert on power, abuse, and trauma with 50 years of clinical experience. Dr. Langberg will give 3 talks throughout the morning and there will be a Q & A to follow. For more information, click HERE.
first five fellowship
First Five is a summer initiative aimed at folks in the “first five" years out of college, as well as students currently in college. Join us for guided discussions about topics like community, purpose, and vocation, and social events in which we build a community of young adults who are navigating what it means to faithfully follow Christ as young adults. This fellowship includes folks from City Church, WEPC, and GCPC. Visit the event page for more information and summer calendar.
Are you a Young Single looking to know others and be known in your own stage in life? Are you looking to grow in your renewal in the Gospel? Join us monthly for lunch, worship, and prayer, and feel free to invite a friend! We look forward to seeing you! Contact and Crutcher for more information about this fellowship.
Home groups are a great way to make a big church smaller, meet people, and get into the Word. Open enrollment for home groups will begin late summer for a Fall 2022 start. If you have questions about home groups at WEPC, or would be interested in joining one, please contact Joy Andrews.
Season 3 - A Study of the Book of Acts
The third season of the WEPC Discipleship Podcast is available now! If you have been praying for revival during the time of COVID, then you can study the Book of Acts along with Sarah, Elliott, and Joe, as we seek to apply the Gospel of Jesus to the world we live in now.