Children's programming is available during services for children newborn through 5th grade. Plan to come a little early on your first visit so that we can put your information in our child check-in station. Stop by the orange table in the main lobby to register your child for their class.


WCKids will learn to love God with their HEADS through a firm foundation in God's Word, their HEARTS by developing a relationship with Him, and their HANDS by sharing their faith story and serving others like Jesus did.



Discipleland is the weekly curriculum used by our toddler’s and 2’s. Through simple lessons and hands-on activities, toddlers and 2’s are learning about what God made and what God does.

Tru is a weekly curriculum used by our preschoolers and elementary students to connect with God. Through Tru, children find their place in God’s Big Story and respond to Him through the power of the Holy Spirit. Tru is uniquely created to inspire, equip and support parents as they train their children to follow Jesus.

Homefront Weekly and HomeFrontMag are great resources to help parents teach their children about the Big God Story.

Subscribe to the monthly parent resource HomeFrontMag.


Newborn – 2 years Our program seeks to provide a safe, nurturing and loving environment so that parents may feel confident in the care of their children.

3 years – Kindergarten We engage preschoolers through fun Bible lessons, hands-on learning activities, praise and worship time. Our Preschool classes are divided up into three year olds, four & five year olds and Kindergarteners.

What to bring Diapering items including a change of clothes, pacifier or blanket and a labeled bottle or cup.

Questions? Becky Medley Children’s Minister


1st – 3rd grade The Sunday experience includes graded Bible classes and a large group worship experience geared specifically to the needs of elementary children.

4th & 5th grade We believe this is a significant age that requires a specific type of focus to encourage them in their spiritual development. Various social events, retreats and concerts are available to pre-teens to deepen their relationships with each other, their adult sponsors and their personal relationship with Jesus.

Questions? Meredith Lineberry, WCKids Director


On Sunday mornings, we are happy to offer one-on-one friendships for any child who needs some extra care and attention. Trained adult volunteers, WCBuddies, will be in classrooms to assist in giving children the best Sunday morning experience.

We want to reach out to a population that doesn’t think they can come to church because they have a child with special needs.

For more information, click here.

WCKids Cultural Values
  1. We Put Jesus First
  2. We Focus on the Good News
  3. We Love to Worship
  4. We are Made for More
  5. We are a Family
  6. We are Generous
  7. We All Have a Story


Westerville Student Ministry offers students the opportunity to connect with each other, and God, through life-changing conferences, Community Groups, student led worship services and various outings and events. Our desire is for each student to continue their walk with Jesus far beyond the student years.


Students in grades 6-12 have the opportunity to experience teaching and small groups tailored specifically to their age group. Come hang out for games, worship, teaching and group time!

678 Middle School Wednesdays | 6p-8p 

ELEVATE High School Sundays | 6p-8p 


Questions? Contact Luke Borton, Student Minister

Westerville Student Ministry offers students the opportunity to connect with each other, and God, through life-changing conferences, LIFE Groups, student led worship services and various outings and events. Our desire is for each student to continue their walk with Jesus far beyond the student years.



God never intended for you to do life alone. You were created for community and connection with others. No matter your stage in life, there is a community group for you.

At Westerville Christian, our community groups are divided into categories to help you find the type of group that would best fit your life.

Each of our community groups may have a different focus, but one thing remains the same with every group – their commitment to the four core values of community groups: Sharing, Praying, Scripture, Service.

Questions? David BondurantDiscipleship Minister

View our community groups


“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.” Hebrews 10:24. WCC Women’s Ministry encourages woman of all ages to grow in their spiritual faith through small groups, retreats and gatherings.


We challenge each man to become a better example of Jesus through their daily walk with Him. “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another”. Proverbs 27:17. We offer Men’s Bible studies, along with times of fellowship, outdoor events and service opportunities.



Westerville Christian Church Singles exists to equip those who are single, dating, engaged, divorced, or widowed to become disciples, be strengthened in their faith and enjoy meaningful fellowship with other like-minded singles. We look to accomplish these goals through engaging single members in the small group settings, service opportunities, and in our Oasis Event event series offered throughout the year.

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Prime Time Ministries is the umbrella name that is over all Westerville Christian 50+ adult programs. The goal of this ministry strives to meet the spiritual needs of our adults 50+, to keep them involved in the activities of the church and to find a place of service. We also provide opportunities forsocializing and personal spiritual growth. Prime Time Ministries includes Sunday morning Bible Study Groups, and weekly Bible Studies.

Questions? Contact Mark Stier, Pastoral Care Minister 

Cell: (614) 778-6366, Office: (614) 891-6842 x 6040


Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) is an international, non-denominational Christian organization that reaches out to all mothers of children under school age. MOPS recognizes that the years from infancy to kindergarten are foundational in a mother-child relationship and are filled with unique needs. MOMSnext is for mothers with children in Kindergarten through 12th grade.

MOPS/MOMSnext exists to meet the needs of every mom – urban and suburban, stay-at-home and working moms, teen, single and married moms – moms with different lifestyles who all share a similar desire to be the very best moms they can be!

MOMSnext meets from 6:30P – 8:30P on the first and third Thursday of every month (September through May) in The Arena. MOPS meets from 6:30P – 8:30P on the second and fourth Thursday of every month (September through May). Childcare is available and dinner is provided! Your first visit is free.

Email the MOPS coordinator – Kelli Dilver here or MOMSnext Coordinator – Alison Shreffler here.


Above The Rim youth basketball is an instructional program where players are taught age-appropriate skills of basketball and learn character traits through Christ-centered devotionals, all in a spirit of fun and encouragement


Players are assigned to teams in their age group. The currently scheduled age groups are: Kindergarten & 1st grade (co-ed), 2nd & 3rd grade boys; 2nd – 4th grade girls; 4th & 5th grade boys; 5th – 8th grade girls; Boys middle school. Other divisions can be considered if the demand is obvious with enough players to create four teams and if space is available.

For more information and to register, click here.


The Youth Cheerleading Program seeks to teach and enhance the skill level of each participant while developing their character. It’s about more than just cheerleading, which is why we call it “Above The Rim”. Character traits are discussed during pregame Christ-centered devotions. The cheerleading program is for girls entering Kindergarten through 6th grade.

For more information and to register, click here.