There are distinct classes for adults The classes are diverse in their approach to teaching and in the curricula they choose.
Classes use curricula from Smyth & Helwys, Nurturing Faith, BaptistWay Press, and others that they believe will meet the needs of their class. Each class attempts to meet the individual and corporate needs of its members through study and fellowship. Many classes engage in mission projects and are active in ministry outside the class time.
Our overall goal is to provide an environment of lifelong learning that enables adults to mature in faith, deepen relationships, and learn to invest their God-given gifts in ministry. We want to assist you in finding a class which meets your needs and in which you can grow and serve.
Westwood also provides short term special focus small group Bible study experiences during the Sunday School hour.
Westwood hosts an open early morning intimate prayer gathering on Tuesday mornings.
A newer tradition for us have become annual Deacon led prayer focus gatherings. For the past several years our Deacons have hosted a number of small group prayer and fellowship gatherings where people could share their prayer needs and spend time praying together.
Winter Bible Study features an invited Biblical scholar that leads us through a time of worship and several hours of high quality instruction.
Wednesday evening and weekday short term special focused small group book studies, video series, and Bible studies.
Short term focused learning opportunities like: parenting, relationships, finances, spiritual disciplines (prayer, Bible study, worship, service), stress/crisis, and mental health.
For more information, contact our Associate Pastor for Adult Discipleship and Facilities.