WCC strives to be centered around and focused on the life-transforming gospel of Jesus Christ. We seek to love and honor God through studying His Word, singing and praying together, partaking of the Lord’s Supper, sharing the gospel through evangelism and missions, and loving and serving one another and our neighbors.
We believe in living our whole lives to the glory of God alone. We believe the gospel is central to all we say and do as Christians.
Our church members are dedicated to loving Jesus and one another.
Our Order of Worship is rooted in the historic, Reformed tradition.
We have theologically-rich songs, responsive and corporate readings, and sermons that are grounded in the Bible.
Every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. Please note: We are currently holding services outside due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We heartily encourage any visitors to join us, and ask that you bring your own lawn chairs (or blanket even!) as we spread out in keeping with social distancing guidelines. We would love to have you join us!
Our services will typically last an hour and a half and will feature songs of worship, public Scripture reading, corporate prayer, biblical preaching, and the receiving of the Lord’s Supper (or Communion). Although our congregation is on the younger side, we hold to the historic beliefs of the Protestant Reformation and our services are probably considered more traditional/ancient/historic (e.g., we often read out loud the Lord’s Prayer and the Apostles’ Creed, and we often sing the Doxology or the Gloria Patri). After service, please consider staying a few minutes for complimentary coffee so we can get to know you.
Uh, no. Never. We will never ask visitors to stand and be recognized, come to the front, give a testimony, etc. We are a friendly church, so folks will greet you and want to talk with you. But we know how hard it is visiting a new church, and we don’t want to add to the difficulty by singling you out.
If you have a Bible, feel free to bring it. But if you do not have a Bible, please don’t let that stop you from attending our worship service. And when you come, we would love to give you a Bible to take home.
Absolutely. We would be privileged if you joined us, regardless if you are a Christian, a skeptic, or exploring Christianity. Many of us (including the teachers/ preachers) did not grow up in the church, were skeptics, or came to faith later in life. You will absolutely be welcomed at WCC. Also, because learning about something new takes time, we would encourage you to return each week and continue exploring. (We know this is asking a lot, but we hope you’ll take us up on our invitation.)
We do not. We are an independent, elder-led, Reformed Baptist church that subscribes to the 1689 Confession of Faith. However, we do pray for other churches in the community every Sunday in our corporate prayer. We do not believe that WCC is the only church in the Walton Community that is serving Jesus!
110 Mears Street, Monroe, GA 30655. Our mailing address is 146 Highway 138, #308, Monroe, GA 30655.