Journey at Westwinds

Journey for kids, teens, and adults exists to partner in our mission to Shadow God, Build the Church, and Heal the World. We accomplish this by providing opportunities to get connected, develop personal and spiritual growth, and care for one another through relationships.
Dr. David McDonald

Kids Journey

To build relationships with your children so that we can speak into their lives, inviting and guiding them towards a personal relationship with Jesus. We want to encourage a life-long journey of personal transformation of becoming more like Jesus in their attitudes, thoughts, and actions.

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Find out more about our Kids Journey by contacting our Kid's Journey Designer Terri McGarry.

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E-mail Terri McGarry, our kids journey designer.

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Adult Journey

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Adult Journey provides opportunities to get connected, to learn from each other, develop personal and spiritual growth, serve the community, and develop long-lasting relationships.

For questions or assistance, please contact Ben Redmond, our Journey Designer.


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This whole thing is so new to me. How can I be sure that I’m really ready to be baptized?
That’s a great question. Baptism isn’t something that anyone should feel forced to do. Each person should only do it when they’re ready. Having said that, some people worry that they have to live perfectly from now on. Some even have expressed “there are some things that I need to get out of my life before I get baptized.” It’s great when we want to bring our lives in line with Christ’s instructions, but being baptized is more about starting the journey with Jesus than having everything in your life in order. Things start to fall into place in good time. So relax. Baptism is about celebrating God’s forgiveness and the new journey ahead.

What is my next step in the process of “taking the plunge” to get Baptized?
To get started you, fill out the online Baptism Registration form prior to the first of two preparatory meetings. The first meeting will be to lay the historical and biblical foundation of Baptism as well as provide some reflection questions about the step you are about to take in your faith journey. The second meeting will be to discuss your answers to the reflective questions as well as provide the needed information for the day of your Baptism. Both are necessary to attend.

Student Journey

Every Sunday night, we gather at the Hub for a good time featuring a great band, powerful teaching, and crazy experiences. Services are experiential, image-driven, participatory, and fun! We’re always changing our service experiences, but this time is consistently a safe place for students to know God. Services are on Sunday nights from 6 to 7:30p.
Satellites are small group Bible studies that are designed to go in depth on Jesus’ teachings. Satellites are led by two adults who share life with a group of students who are the same gender and age. Our satellites provide care for teenagers by investing in their lives on a consistent basis. In addition, our satellites provide accountability for teenagers by challenging them to become the people God has made them to be. Satellites meeting times and locations vary, so please email ben.redmond@westwinds.org to find out when they meet or if you would like more information.

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