About Us

We Want to See God Move In Our Community

Together we are a community of believers. What does that mean, the word community? We believe that together in fellowship we grow closer to God and one another. The bible speaks about iron sharpening iron. We believe that together we grow stronger. We are a community of believers. 

We strive to be a church without walls. Jesus calls for us to go outside the walls to reach the lost and the broken. It is there that the lost will be found. Most churches find it is comfortable to stay within the walls, but we make it an effort to be like the church from the book of Acts, to see our city changed.

We highly value our relationships with one another. We look to grow through fellowship, and ultimately growing closer to God. We value the word of God, and the leadership of the Holy Spirit. We look to extend grace to all of the lost and broken, and lead those with no hope to the hope of Jesus Christ.

Our Staff

Kirby Lloyd

Kirby Lloyd

Senior Minister

Kirby is a graduate of Johnson University (formerly Johnson Bible College) with a Bachelor and Master of Arts in Religion. He has served in various ministerial capacities. He previously preached at First Christian Church, West Point, MS where he served for five years. He is a loving husband to his wife, Leslie, a father of two (Cherish and Jacob) and a grandfather of two (Archer and Maria). Kirby enjoys working with individuals of all ages, and is excited to be WCC’s Senior Minister. 

Noah Johnstone

Youth Minister

Noah graduated from Johnson University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Preaching/Youth Ministry. He loves to be outside, hike, run, play board games, sing, and play instruments. He is originally from Winchester, VA, and has a deep passion for ministry to youth, preaching, and European missions.

Mason Upshaw

Worship Minister

Mason is currently pursuing a music degree at Kennesaw State University and plans to graduate in the fall of 2022. In his years at KSU, he has been recognized as an elite music educator in training, earning him an internship with Youth Bands of Atlanta in 2018 and multiple opportunities to conduct ensembles at KSU. He has performed with multiple ensembles including but not limited to wind ensembles, choirs, jazz bands, and “The Marching Owls.” Having been involved with praise and worship for most of his life, he officially started his journey as a worship leader in 2016 with Ball Ground United Methodist Church where he served for two years before starting his internship with WCC in 2018. In addition to his servitude at WCC, Mason also serves as the current woodwind instructor at Woodstock High School where he teaches clarinet, saxophone, and flute.

Donna Andrew

Children's Minister

Mrs. Donna is our fabulous Children’s Director. The first thing you will notice about Donna is her great passion for children and for them to learn about God’s love. She has a Masters in Early Childhood Education. For many years Donna ran a wonderful preschool right here at WCC. She has served in many different areas during her 30 plus years as a member of WCC. In 2014, Donna answered God’s call to be on staff as our Children’s Director. 

Leslie Lloyd

Administrative Assistant

Leslie is WCC’s Office Administrator. She obtained a B.S. in Leadership & Ministry from Johnson University and has served as an office administrator over 17 years. She is a mother to two (Cherish & Jacob) and a GeGe to Archie and Maria. She is thrilled to be able to serve the church in this capacity. Leslie also leads the Connect Group Soul Sisters.

Who We Are

Our Mission

Together we are a community of believers. What does that mean, the word community? We believe that together in fellowship we grow closer to God and one another. The bible speaks about iron sharpening iron. We believe that together we grow stronger. We are a community of believers. 

Our Vision

We strive to be a church without walls. Jesus calls for us to go outside the walls to reach the lost and the broken. It is there that the lost will be found. Most churches find it is comfortable to stay within the walls, but we make it an effort to be like the church from the book of Acts, to see our city changed.

Our Values

We highly value our relationships with one another. We look to grow through fellowship, and ultimately growing closer to God. We value the word of God, and the leadership of the Holy Spirit. We look to extend grace to all of the lost and broken, and lead those with no hope to the hope of Jesus Christ.

Our History

Small Beginnings
  1. WCC began worshipping on the first Sunday in June, 1977 in a small house
  2. WCC was very blessed to have help from Mount Carmel (GA) Church builders in erecting the first church building.
  3. WCC quickly outgrew that sanctuary space and it was expanded a year later in 1979.
  4. WCC has countined to be blessed by expanding their staff and buildings to meet our congregation and community’s growing needs.
  5. In 2019, we completed a expansion of our education building and remodel of the auditorium to accommodate our growing ministries.

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