Get Plugged In
There are several ways to get “plugged in” here at West Park:
- Guest Breakfast Gathering
- Connect Class
- Community Groups
- Membership Class
Find out details and register for these opportunities by clicking the button below.
Family Drive-In Movie
Kids Ministry will be having a family movie night. We want your kids to take a box and decorate it to look like a car. Then bring it that night to the “Drive-In” movie and they can sit in it while they watch the movie! Parents bring your camp chairs to sit in. We will have popcorn, candy, and drinks for all to enjoy. Bring your friends and neighbors! Families can pick up their boxes in the welcome center at the Kids Ministry table beginning June 26.
When: Friday, July 8
Where: The Gym
Registration: Please register by July 6
Going Beyond Live with Priscilla Shirer
The sole purpose of Going Beyond Live is to see God. To experience Him. To be revived by Him. If you’ve felt empty and undone lately, prepare to meet Him here. Only He can satisfy the depths of your soul. The event includes three teaching sessions, worship, prayer experience, break for lunch, and short breaks throughout. Teaching provided by Priscilla Shirer. IMPORTANT: The venue has a clear bag policy. To find out more, click here.
When: Saturday, July 16, 2022
Where: Knoxville Civic Coliseum
Cost: $65 per person
Summer Student Study
The series Hard Questions begins Wednesday night, June 1, and meets weekly through the summer. This will be a time for our middle and high school students to get answers to their hard questions about God, the Bible, and Christianity. If they have any questions that they want us to talk about, they can email our directors, Colin Hughes or Audra Chaney, by clicking the email button below.
When: Wednesday evenings, June 1-July 27
Where: The Hub
Awana is a unique program designed to reach the hearts of boys and girls for Christ from age 2 all the way through 6th grade. A goal of Awana is to teach boys and girls who God is as: Creator, Savior, King, Helper, Friend, and Lord. Awana’s foundation is its relentless devotion to seeing boys and girls learn God’s infallible word captured in the Bible (2 Timothy 2:15). Awana also offers lots of fun and fellowship for the boys and girls.
When: Wednesdays during the school year
DivorceCare is a 14-week, Christ-centered, video-based ministry designed to reach and help people who have known the loneliness, loss of hope, bitterness and anger, feelings of rejection and shame, fears of the future, and the daily exhaustion that comes from divorce.
When: Wednesdays, beginning August 10
Cost: $20* (workbook) *Scholarships are available
Registration: Registration will open in July 2022.
Sunday morning Equipping Classes help strengthen your faith and your connections with others.
If you have lost someone close to you, we hope you will consider joining us on Tuesday nights for the GriefShare grief support group. This 13-week, video-based study provides practical steps to help you move through grief while providing the opportunity to form friendships with others who have experienced the loss of a loved one.
When: Tuesdays, beginning September 6
Where: Room 206 (Upstairs Fellowship Hall)
The Mom’s Chair
The Mom’s Chair aims to nurture and help moms by connecting and inspiring them to live out their faith in their homes. We welcome all moms (stay-at-home, home-schooling, and school bound) to join us once a month as we fulfill this vision.
Renewal is a ministry for those struggling with life dominating sins of any kind. We meet on Monday evenings in The Hub. We start with a home-cooked meal and then break out into groups.
Where: The Hub