Serve at Westbrook
God has created us uniquely. His plans for us are far greater than we could imagine. His desire is for us to develop a consistent Christ-like character. He wants us to become mature Christians and to become examples that others can look up to. He wants the wisdom and life skills that Jesus taught to influence our jobs, our families, and how we use our time and resources. Living a life where loving relationships and spiritual values exist are more important to Him than worldly success.
We are committed to loving God, loving others, reaching the lost, and serving without reserve. Whether it’s in our Creative Arts Ministry, Children and Student Ministries, or in our Connect Groups, we strive to embody these commitments in each of our ministries. We hope that you take advantage of the opportunities that Westbrook has to offer and sign up to serve in one of our amazing ministries.
Center for Learning English
CLE is an ESL community outreach program that meets during the school year on Tuesdays. 7-9pm. For more information on serving in this program, contact Daisy Simeon.
Each week, the Creative Arts Team helps to design and produce services that become the first step of faith for many. This team consists of the production team, musicians, and vocalists. We are actively seeking volunteers for all positions. To learn more, contact Darin Anders.
If you love people and are willing to do anything to make people feel welcome at Westbrook, we invite you to join the First Impressions Team. Our main goal is to make everybody feel welcome by offering outstanding hospitality. Contact Caleb Trimble to learn more.
We offer multi-cultural and biligual services where people from many different cultural backgrounds come together to worship God, study His Word, and learn how to become His disciples. Gente Unida meets on Sundays at 1:45pm. Contact Jonatan Alarcon to learn more about serving with Gente Unida.
At Westbrook, we believe that it is important to take care of people when they are going through difficult times. Our meals ministry was started to provide meals for people in need due to sickness, hospitalization, death, or other hardships. Contact us to learn more about this ministry.
Westbrook Students exists to help 6th-12th grade students encounter a God that is real to them. Too often, students don’t make faith their own. Everything we do is to help students understand why taking ownership of their faith is so important. Contact Jake Ochoa to learn more about serving in Westbrook Students.