Join Us this Sunday!
8:00 am: Meets in the Seminar Room (A120)
9:30 am: Meets in the Worship Center
11:00 am: Meets in the Worship Center
Call to Worship
We are called to worship God with all our lives, not just on Sunday mornings, but with everything we say and do throughout the week. Sunday morning worship services are offered at 8:00 a.m. in the Seminar Room. Identical 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. services take place in the Worship Center. Our encounter with the Living God is something you surely want to be part of on Sunday mornings.
At Windwood we believe the body of Christ – our congregation – is called to worship together and we glorify God with several musical styles within the same service. All styles of music that have been written to honor and praise the Lord are valid for worshiping Him. From traditional anthems and hymns to current praise and worship styles and everything in between, at Windwood we make music not only because we love to, but we do it because we are called to by God Himself.
Hearing Loop System
A hearing loop system provides hearing assistance during services and other programs in the Worship Center for persons wearing hearing aids. To access this system, hearing aids must have a telecoil (t-coil) installed and be switched to that mode. For assistance please see a Church usher.
Worship and Arts Council
Elder: David Bell
Deacons: Tracey Ebdon & Ray Moore
Rev. Kevin Rudolph, Sr. Staff Liaison, Worship & Arts
Sermon Series - Being The Light
Jesus said to his followers, “You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.” Matthew 5:14 Now, most of us (although we might not say it out loud) would like to correct him – “No, Lord, YOU are the light of the world!” But that isn’t what Jesus said. He is The Light for all mankind, but as His followers, He has appointed use to that task. How do we go about “being the light”? As we start a new year, it is time for us to learn just how to be that light, for, as Jesus said, “A city on a hill cannot be hidden”!
2019 Communion Dates
April 18 (Maundy Thursday)