Our Current Series:
THERE IS A REASON!
This Sunday we launch a brand-new series called “There is a Reason!” We will take the next three weeks and look at the pain in our lives and how God can use it to do something amazing in us! We will see you Sunday at 10am on Zoom!
May 17 thru May 31
and People Well
Jesus gave us the greatest commandment of all. We must love God first and foremost and this love envelopes all of our mind, heart, and soul. We are also to love our neighbors as ourselves. Inherently, we don’t need to learn to love ourselves because that comes naturally, at least for most, but to love others means that we take care of them as we do our own body, mind, and soul.
What You Can Expect
Waterfront Community Church’s hope is that you will not only find a place you can attend, but also a place to which you can belong. Stepping through our doors is like entering a family gathering with all of your favorite relatives. From the goodies provided from our hospitality team, to the warmth and smiles from our attendees, your Sunday will be filled with joy as you continue, or begin, your relationship with God. We offer a variety of small groups, which most of the adults in our community belong, and our kids have their own little communities that meet each Sunday during “Kids’ Cove.” Our Middle School and High School students meet each week in a ministry we call “Connect.” Our community is derived from a diverse group of individuals and we strongly encourage you to dive in and explore the amazing opportunities Waterfront has to offer.
Children and Youth
There is a season in one’s life when they are most open to learning what it means to trust God. This season is most important with our children. Through our Kids Cove and Connect Ministries, our leaders teach our children how to love god and people well by bringing the Bible to life. Through Sunday worship, serving in our community, or having fun on retreats, our children learn how to experience God in their everyday lives.
Salute to Veterans
Hear the real life experiences of Vietnam Veteran Ray Spencer