We are so glad to have you visit, and hope that you enjoy your time with us! We would love to hear from you about your experience. We have tried to provide you with all the information you may need. More information can also be found on our 'About Us' and 'Ministries' pages.

You can also come for a guided tour of our facilities prior to your visit. During this tour we will get your children presigned up for their engaging classes. Email us at wcc@woodstockchristian.org and put "Tour" in the subject line to set up your visit.

A Few Quick Q and A's

Q: When does service start?

A: Our online service starts at 11am. 


Q: Where can I watch?

A: You can find us Facebook or here on our website home page.


Q: What should I wear to church?

A: This maybe the best part of our current times. You get to bepart of church in whatever you want. 


Q: Will I be asked to do anything?

A: We only ask our guests to fill out an information card if you feel comfortable. We just like to know you joined us!

Q: What should I expect?

A: A service focused on Jesus and spreading his message.


Q: Where does my child go for worship?

A: Our Elementary Ministry is meeting at 2 pm on Sundays. Our Children's Minister Donna Andrew is using zoon. She is also droping off supply boxes to parents home. If you would like your child to be part of this class please contact Donna at @ dandrew@woodstockchristian.org.


Q: What about the safety of my child?

A: We care deeply about your family and the safety of your family. We do background checks on all our volunteers. We also use a check-in system with coded tags for when parents pick up their children.



Still have questions? Please call us at (276) 608-8307 or click the button to email us. 


We have a wide variety of ministries to help meet the different needs of individuals, families and our community. Check out our Ministries page by clicking the link below.



We believe that placing your faith in Christ is just the begining of becoming a Christian. We believe that each Christian needs to grow in their devotion to Christ. This growth happens in many different ways: attending worship, joining a small group, serving at church and in the community, personal bible study and prayer time. This growth also happens at different speeds. We believe it is the church's role to support and help Christians grow in their personal faith with Jesus Christ at whatever pace  needed.



We believe that the Bible teaches that each Christian is called to share the good news about Jesus. We care deeply about spreading the good news of Jesus in our community but also around the world.  If you don't know the good news about Jesus we would be glad to share it with you. If you do know but don't have a church home we would be glad to have you partner with us and help spread the name of Jesus.



Jesus spent a lot of His ministry reaching out to the hurting people around him. At Woodstock Christian Church we want to do the same and teach each Christian to live like Jesus did. We strive to be a church where broken and hurting people can turn to find a loving hand, not judgement.