West Center Baptist Church


Short-Term Missions

Short-Term Missions

Witness in Word and Deed

At WCB we believe in The Great Commission. We exist to bring glory to God by making disciples through gospel-centered worship and community. Some may feel called to live out this discipleship through short-term missions trips. If you are interested in participating in a short-term mission trip, please find links to the application forms below.

For more information about short-term missions, contact joelbert[at]gmail.com 

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Incarnating the Love of Christ

Jesus moves toward the needy in tender compassion.  He has called his church to look for opportunities to do good to all people, especially those in the household of faith (Galations 6:10), by caring for the whole person (body and soul).  Our desire is to wisely assist those in need, moving them toward right relationship with God, self, others, and creation.


Benevolence Requests

If you need financial or material assistance, you can schedule an appointment with a deacon here. They will seek to understand your situation, give you guidance on next steps, and explain what assistance the church may be able to provide.

Hospital and Home Visits

If you or a loved one have been hospitalized, don’t hesitate to call the church for help and care. We encourage you to contact your shepherding elder, a deacon, or your Life Group for prayer and support. You can also request a hospital or home visit, here.

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Missions Philosophy

Missions Philosophy

Witness in Word and Dead

Missions Statement

Our mission is to bring the Gospel to unbelievers, both locally and internationally, with an emphasis on unreached people groups. (Matthew 28:19-20, Acts 1:8, Romans 15:20-21)

The core principles that guide our team and lead to the implementation of our mission statement are as follows:

  1. We facilitate the establishment of new churches and strengthen developing churches around the world. (Acts 13:2-3, 14:21-23)
  2. We support the training and equipping of cross-cultural workers to do their job well, investing in resources and tools they need. (Philippians 4:16-18, Ephesians 4:11-12)
  3. We build long-term faithful relationships with our cross-cultural workers and the local churches to whom they are ministering in order to partner with them in evangelism and discipleship. (Titus 1:5, Philippians 1:3-5)
  4. We facilitate communication between our missionaries and our congregation, to be invested in one another, to pray for specific and timely needs, and to hold each other accountable in Christ. (1 Corinthians 12:25-28, Ephesians 6:18-20, Philippians 4:14-15)
  5. We encourage and equip our congregation to be disciple-makers in their daily lives. (Matthew 28:19-20, Colossians 2:6-7, 2 Timothy 2:1-2)
  6. We prioritize support of cross-cultural workers of the North American Baptist Conference (NAB) and local ministries, particularly those individuals who have been active in our fellowship at West Center Baptist. (Philemon 1:7, 2 Corinthians 1:11, 9:7, 3 John 1:6b-8)
  7. We desire to grow in knowledge and understanding about Christian missions around the world, staying informed of current trends and research, and to communicate this information with our church family. (James 1:5-8, Philippians 1:9-11)

For more information on our missions team, contact  joelbert[at]gmail.com

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