Our Vision

Our Mission

who we are

Everyday People on a journey together pursuing Christ.

Our Values

what we experience

1. Active Faith

   demonstrated by...

    Engaging in evangelism, discipleship, worship and biblical community.

    ROMANS 12:2 | 2 CORINTHIANS 5:17 | ROMANS 12:10 | JOHN 13:34-35

2. Servant Leadership

    demonstrated by...

    Developing healthy servant-leaders.

    MARK 10:42-45 | ROMANS 15:1

3. Cultural Diversity

    demonstrated by...

    Embracing multiple cultures & generations

    GALATIANS 3:28 | ROMANS 15:5

4. Next Generation

    demonstrated by...

    Reaching children, students and young adults, empowering them to lead.

    PSALM 145:4 | 1 TIMOTHY 4:12

5. Missional Engagement

    demonstrated by...

    Investing in hands-on presence in local and global missions

    ACTS 1:8 | MATTHEW 28:18-20 | ACTS 4:32

Our 2 Objectives

 for the 2020 ministry year

DIVE IN

500 students & adults connected in small

group community.

DIVE Deep

500 students & adults committed to a definable spiritual growth plan

We are intentional about being in community with other believers at WestPark and we are just as intentional about building relationship with people outside WestPark who aren't followers of Jesus.

When we worship together we grow. We offer 4 different language services, as well as Kids' and Youth services.

Our Strategy

what we do

God wants us to serve him with our time, talents, and treasures. We offer many opportunities where you can volunteer your time and share your financial resources to make a difference for God at WestPark.

To hunger to know Christ better means that we intentionally take steps to grow our relationship with Jesus.  We offer many opportunities to help you grow your faith.

Our Beliefs

We believe that
  • The Bible, including both the Old and New Testaments, is inspired by God, is without error, and is our foundation for faith and practice.

  • God is infinite and eternal Spirit, who exists in three persons, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

 

• Deuteronomy 6:4

• Matthew 3:16-17

• 2 Corinthians 13:4

 

  • Jesus Christ, the Son of God, is the divine person who has taken on humanity and is, therefore, the God-man. He accomplished God's plan of salvation through his life, death, resurrection, and exaltation.

• Philippians 2:6-11

 

  • The Holy Spirit is the divine person who regenerates and applies to us the benefits of salvation.

• John 3:5-6

• 2 Thessalonians 2:13

• Ephesians 1:13-14

  • Men and Women are the creation of God and are made in his image. They inherit the sin of the first man, Adam, reject God and his will, and are, as a consequence, declared to be unrighteous and subject to eternal condemnation. 

• Genesis 1:27

• Romans 5:12

• Romans 3:23
• Matthew 25:46

 

  • Salvation is the activity of God in providing for man's rescue from eternal condemnation. Salvation was accomplished when Christ bore our sin on the cross. Each person must personally accept Jesus Christ as his or her Lord and Saviour through faith.

• Romans 5:1-2

• Romans 5:8

  • Eternal Salvation is applied to individuals who respond to Jesus Christ and his accomplishments, in repentance and faith.

• Romans 10:9-13

• Acts 4:12

  • Satan exists as an evil personality, the originator of sin, the archenemy of God and man.

• Matthew 4:1

• 1 Peter 5:8-9

  • Jesus Christ will return visibly, personally, and bodily; he will reign literally on earth for a thousand years before the ultimate destruction of this present creation and the subsequent establishment of a new heaven and a new earth; and the unrighteous will be resurrected to eternal condemnation, and the righteous in Christ will be resurrected to eternal life. 

• Thessalonians 4:16-18

• Revelation 20:6

  • The local church is a group of baptized believers banded together for worship, fellowship, discipleship, and outreach.

• Acts 2:42-47

  • The two ordinances of the church are first, baptism by immersion, upon profession of faith in Jesus Christ; and second, the Lord's Supper, in remembrance of our Saviour's death and resurrection.