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Join us for in-person worship at 10:00 am.  This service will also be live-streamed.

If you have any questions, please contact the office at 812-424-2110 or connect@mywestwood.org.

Join us each Sunday at 8:45 am for Bible Study Hour

Public Reading of Scripture

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The Public Reading of Scripture Ministry is devoted to following Paul’s exhortation in 1 Timothy 4:13 by reading the Word of God into the city of Evansville. This is a time to be faithful to the Word and to witness to those that walk by as the words of life are read publicly.  If you are interested in learning more about this ministry, please contact Christian Barrett.


We’re excited for you to join us for VBS week 2021!  All children from pre-K to 8th grade are welcome as we explore the Bible and worship Jesus! Click HERE to register and learn more.

Scripture Memory Challenge
As a church, we will memorize two passages of scripture every month throughout 2022. To add a little fun to this, we have included some incentives and prizes to the challenge. More information about those incentives can be found HERE

Signups are going on now for the fall Women’s Bible Study, by Kelly Minter! Please register for either the Tuesday morning class or the Wednesday evening class. Cost is $15 and can be paid online.  Click HERE to register!

Join us Sunday, August 1,  for First Sunday Feasts from 5-7pm.  This will be a family integrated time of worship with an emphasis on the word, singing, & prayer.  Dinner starts at 5 and worship at 6.  We look forward to this time of fellowship with the body!

Women’s Virtual Prayer Meetings

Every Thursday morning, meet us on Zoom at 6 am for 30 minutes to pray for our church, city, country, and world.     To receive the Zoom link or call-in option, please email connect@mywestwood.org. See you there!

March 17th
COVID-19 Update

Westwood Church family,

We would like update you on church activities since the situation with COVID-19 continues to be both unprecedented and fluid. Recently, the CDC offered guidelines for gatherings that reduced the number of people in a single space to 10. This is a drastic change from the 250-person benchmark that was suggested only last week. Since we are five days away from Sunday, I have five points of contact for our church family: biblical principles, online services, new ministries, prayer, and support.

First, allow me to submit a biblical response to such a request. There are two major biblical principles that give us clarity. One is the issues of honoring our governing authorities when they direct in ways that are not immoral or clearly contradictory to scripture. Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God. Therefore, whoever resists the authorities resist what God has appointed, and those who resist will incur judgement. (ESV Rm 13:1-2)

The second biblical principle pertains to the preservation of life. God’s people will always do what allows for the preservation and flourishing of life. This theme is underscored in amazing ways in Exodus 21 and Deuteronomy 22, but no greater example is found in Jesus Christ, God’s Son, who gave His life a ransom for many so that all who believe in Him might have eternal life. Jesus preserves life by giving His, and therefore, the application is clear. If God demands we do everything in our power to preserve life, and if Jesus was willing to accept major change to His life — even to the point of death, how much more should we willingly adjust our life patterns in regard to this new virus? Our governing authorities have asked us to pause our social activities for a season in order to minimize potential life-threatening exposure to our vulnerable sector. It is our Christian duty to listen, and dare we impress this word upon our American conscience, obey our leaders.

Second, how will Westwood adjust? Last week we asked some to participate online, and whoever was comfortable participating in person at Westwood was welcome. This week, to honor what has been asked of us only those who are directly responsible for facilitating the worship service and streaming service will be in attendance. Thank you for all, past and present, that prepared this platform for disseminating God’s Word

Third, next Wednesday at 7:00pm we will begin offering a 30-minute time of teaching online (HERE) that will continue to facilitate your growth in Christ. It will be a lot of fun. Join us! Also, and just to have some fun in this pause to social activity, we aren’t sure what to call it, so submit a name online (HERE) for our new online teaching ministry. We will post the names submitted on the Westwood web page and ask you to vote for your favorite name. The winner will get…a case of toilet paper! Well, probably not, but we will have a fun gift for the winner.

Fourth, please, please, continue to submit your prayer requests. We want to pray for your specific needs. You can submit these requests online anytime!

Fifth, thank you for continuing to support Westwood financially. We could not accomplish the work God has called us to without your worship of God through giving.

We are maintaining office hours with a skeleton crew in case there is need. Westwood staff, or your assigned deacon will call you to make sure your family is cared for. If you have an emergency that we can help with, or need pastoral care, we will be available.

Thank you, Westwood Church, you are loved.

Pastor Dave



Westwood Church is now registered on AmazonSmile. Click HERE to select Westwood as your designated charity, and Amazon will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases made at "smile.amazon.com". Note that this does not apply to purchases made on Amazon.com or the Amazon mobile app. The "smile" URL must be used. Please contact Kory Poland for questions or assistance creating an AmazonSmile bookmark on your phone's home screen.


The monthly Women’s Ministry Fellowship meeting will be Sunday, November 10, from 4:00pm to 6:00pm in the Fellowship Hall. Please bring a sweet or salty snack.


The Honduras Medical Mission Team will be hosting a prep party on Saturday, January 4, from 9:00am to 1:30pm in the Fellowship Hall. Come help prepare supplies for the upcoming trip. Lunch will be provided.
Click here to register


Every Friday morning at 6:00am in the sanctuary, gather together as the Body of Christ to pray.


The Church Office hours will be as follows for: Monday, Wednesday-Friday; 8am to 12pm. The church office will be closed on Tuesdays.


CORE will meet every Wednesday at 6:00pm to 8:00pm and will follow EVSC's schedule. We ask that all students be picked up by 8:20pm. Please see Aaron or Kori Fitzwater for more information.

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