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Welcome to Wedgwood!

At Wedgwood Community Church, we see faith as a journey;
and as a community of faith, it is our desire to be on that journey together, nurturing, encouraging, and giving strength to one another as we learn and grow and move further along our path. We seek to be a place where everyone feels safe to explore a deep connection to God and with each other, knowing that every person's story is different.

We would love to meet you wherever you are on your journey--
so please, come see for yourself who we are at Wedgwood CC!


Featuring the Rain City Womens Chorus and soloist Pat Wright. Directed by Jo-Ann Christen. Also featuring the Salvation Army Temple Songsters with Ken Lyons and The Salvation Army Brass Ensemble. This is a free event but cash donations will be accepted for the Hunger Intervention Project.

MOVIE NIGHT on JANUARY 23, 2016 @ 6:00 P.M.
FREE EVENT - ALL ARE WELCOME! Please join us when the Wedgwood Community Church "Movie Club" will be watching "Bridge of Spies" and relating it to our Christian life. The event takes place in the Fellowship Hall on the BIG PROJECTION SCREEN. If you're able, make sure to bring a movie snack to share!

Children Are Welcome
We encourage your children to attend the worship service with you each Sunday! Nursery care is available if desired from 10:50 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. Please check with the greeter for directions. In addition, during the worship service, children will be dismissed to activities following the Young Disciples message.




The Weeks Ahead

Prayer Time

Sun 11/29 10:30 a.m.

Worship Service

Sun 11/29 11:00 a.m.

Sermon Discussion

Sun 11/29 12:20 p.m.

Initiating Conversations

Sun 11/29 12:45 p.m.

Prayer Time

Sun 12/6 10:30 a.m.

Worship Service

Sun 12/6 11:00 a.m.

Sermon Discussion

Sun 12/6 12:20 p.m.

Holiday Concert

Sun 12/6 1:30 p.m.

Prayer Time

Sun 12/13 10:30 a.m.

Worship Service

Sun 12/13 11:00 a.m.

Sermon Discussion

Sun 12/13 12:20 p.m.

Prayer Time

Sun 12/20 10:30 a.m.

Worship Service

Sun 12/20 11:00 a.m.

Sermon Discussion

Sun 12/20 12:20 p.m.

Saturday Movie Night

Sat 1/23 6:00 p.m.

See Calendar for a complete list of events.

"Your Story" Weekly Questions: Story questions are suggested topics of discussion to encourage interaction with others and to assist in getting to know those people around us. These questions have become a a custom at the beginning of our services each Sunday to introduce the worship theme for that week.

Tell about a time when you got lost in an unfamiliar place.

 Pastor's Ponderings - NOVEMBER 2015

About Rev. Wim Mauldin

Rev. Wim Mauldin

Wim Mauldin has been pastor of Wedgwood Community Church since 2012. He comes from the American Baptist tradition and yet people who listen to him seem surprised because he does not fit what they think of as "Baptist". His training and experiences include those as family counselor, chemical dependency counselor and interventionist, supervisor of chaplains in training, community organizer, and local church pastor. Pastor Wim and his wife have two adult daughters who live in Seattle, WA and Nairobi, Kenya.


November 2015 Quote As We Look to the Future, What is the Biggest Ministry Question?

The future is always an ďiffyĒ proposition. I suppose that is why most of us have difficulty looking for anything there. God knows best how to prepare and invest our time/energy. Over the last five months, a stalwart bunch of members at WCC cut across the grain and dared to do just that discernment. The members of the Adaptive Challenge Task Force are Chelsea, Katie, Ed and Victoria, Candace and Larry. They took on the challenge of answering the question:

They have prayed, they have studied scripture (often up to half of our meeting time) and answered that question, discerning these top priority challenges:

  • Create a common vision of what our church will become in the next 3-5 years.
  • Provide leadership for the community to deal with issues of common interest.
  • Strengthen relationships between members of various demographics (age, marital status, home location, ethnicity).
  • Appeal, connect, witness to people who donít believe/have a relationship with God.
This is our starting point, but not our ending point. On Sunday, November 22, the ACTask Force will be presenting these four priorities to the congregation in the Fellowship Hall after the worship service (12:30). Be ready for a very important and informative Sunday!

On Survey Sunday (November 22), the ACTask Force will present what each of these priorities means and why the Task Force chose them. The Task Force will give you the information you ask for/need so you can play your crucial role in deciding which priority we choose. You can communicate to the Task Force your priorities through the survey that will be available for you that Sunday.

We ask that you take the survey home. If we want to know Godís direction, there is nothing quite as important as asking. Please pray and seek discernment about what Godís direction is for our church and return your reactions and responses on the survey the following Sunday (November 29). Having some sense of the direction of the congregation will help the Task Force lead the conversations in January during which we will make our final decision.

We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.

-- Pastor Wim

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