Westmore Church of God is committed to building up people through sound Biblical teaching. Making disciples is our mission. As passionate followers of Jesus Christ, we must make disciples who make disciples. “Becoming the one who LEADS” is our theme. We have purposed that our courses be diverse and well-balanced. All of our Wednesday night classes have been designed to equip us, the members of the Body of Christ (Eph. 4:12-13), to be leaders the Holy Spirit desires and empowers us to be.
The L.E.A.D.S. acronym covers the five categories that we follow in our course selections: Leadership (1st Cor. 11:1), Evangelism (Isaiah 52:7), Abundant living (John 10:10), Discipleship (Matthew 16:24), and Service (Matthew 20:26-28).
Our Sunday night F.O.C.U.S. groups are designed to connect people relationally. We are told to “comfort each other and edify one another” in 1 Thessalonians 5:11. Jesus gave attention to the multitudes, but He also gave attention to small groups and gatherings. We “do church” on Sunday nights differently than on Sunday mornings. There are tremendous benefits in both. In a smaller group there is room for personal ministry, close relationships, deeper spiritual growth. We invite you to join one of our F.O.C.U.S. groups and Find your calling and grow deeper in the Word, Own your spiritual gifts and your story, build Covenant relationships with other Christ-followers, Understand your destiny and your place in this world, and be Sent out to Serve.
New L.E.A.D.S. session for the month of November through December has begun and there are many classes for anyone to be a part of and enjoy.
Scripture reading program for the Old Testament, specifically the Covenant History of the first five books of the Bible. By clicking on the image below, you can access a PDF of the Westmore “Covenant History Reading Plan” to follow along with a Bible of your choice. For those who are using the Biblical NIV version…
Any day is a good day to start the Community Bible Experience by reading the entire New Testament by this reading plan. You’ll read about 12 pages a day, five days a week (Monday – Friday). We have provided a cross-reference below where you may use any Bible translation for the New Testament reading plan….