We offer numerous events to help you take a next step in your spiritual journey, grow in your faith, or connect with others. 

WCC Bible Reading Plan 
the week of June 20-September 12

WCC Bible Reading Plan 
The primary purpose of reading the Bible is not to know the Bible, but to know God.
― James Merritt

Reading the Bible Together
When we spend time in God’s Word, we’re getting to know Him. We’re also maturing in our faith. Regularly spending time together with God in His Word is such a beautiful, life-giving thing. And just as it benefits us as individuals, when we gather together as the church to commit to spending time reading and studying the Bible, something special happens. We’re able to encourage one another and grow together. 

5 Minutes a Day, 7 Days a Week
Commit around five minutes a day, seven days a week, to our church-wide Bible reading plan. We’ll have seven chapters to read each week – most weeks will include five chapters from one book and two Psalms. The goal of this plan is to consistently spend time in God’s Word. We’ll be reading various styles of books – gospels, epistles, history, poetry, prophecy, etc. Using this guide, you’ll easily be able to track your reading and follow along. And don’t worry if you get off track; you can just jump back in where we are. You can always go back and catch up when you have extra time.

Each week, devotionals will be published that correspond with what we’re reading. These devotionals will be from a variety of people participating in this church-wide reading plan. Through these devotionals, we will be encouraged and challenged as we journey through God’s Word together. 

These devotionals will be in written or video form and can be found on our website.

Do you have questions about what you’re reading? We’d love to help! Rather than relying on the first thing you find on the internet, email us at biblequestions@warsaw.ccWe are more than happy to answer that nagging question you have, provide you with some clarity, or point you in the right direction for further study.

Up for more of a challenge?
Don’t just read the chapters, use the following questions to study them:

Observation: This is how to learn what a passage of scripture says. Questions to ask: Who? What? Where? When? Why? How? What does it say? What do I notice?

Interpretation: This is how to accurately interpret scripture and understand what it means in the right context. Questions to ask: What are the key themes or truths? What is the writer’s intended meaning? What is the context? What questions do I have?

Application: This is how to correctly apply the truth of the text to everyday life. Questions to ask: How do I apply it? What are the implications in my life? What does this mean for me

Coffee and Connection
Sunday, July 11, 2021
10:30-11:15am | upper level

Are you new to WCC and interested in getting to know the church and those that attend better? Join us for Coffee and Connection, on Sunday, July 11, 10:30-11:15am for a casual meet and greet with an “open house” feel. Enjoy a hot cup of coffee, juice, some fresh donuts, and chat with new guests, WCC volunteers, staff, and pastors. We hope to see you there!

If you have any questions, or would like to join us. Contact: Carissa Metzger, Engagement Coordinator, (574) 268-0188 x219

Missions Night
Thursday, June 17, 2021

Missions Night

Each one of us is called to “missions.” God places us in specific places and situations so that we can draw others closer to Him. We join Him in His redemptive work by praying for and serving others. We give of our time, talents, and treasures. We intentionally build relationships with people so that they can get a glimpse of Him through us. Join us monthly to hear from, encourage, and pray for our missions partners. We will meet Thursday, June 17, 7pm.

Contact: Erica Hart, 574-268-0188 x232


Young Adults 
Thursdays, 6:29-8pm
last Thursday of the month – offsite 

Young Adults

Our Young Adults ministry (18-29) provides an opportunity to learn, worship, and connect. Whether you’re just out of high school, in college or working, single or married, with or without a young family, we want to provide a fun place for you to gather, get to know others in your stage of life, grow in your faith, and make a difference in our community and world. 

Young Adults (18-29) ministry will meet regularly on Thursday nights 6:29-8pm at WCC. *Note: Doors open at 6pm. The last Thursday of the month will be held offsite.

Contact: Erica Hart, 574-268-0188 x232 or David Wildman 

Men's Summer Golf
Monday evenings, (various dates) May 24-September 27
5:30pm, Stonehenge Golf Club

Men's Summer Golf

Guys, let’s get together this summer and play some golf. Join us Monday evening, May 24, June 7, 21, July 12, 26, August 9, 23, September 13, 27, 5:30pm at Stonehenge Golf Club. $25 per round, includes your cart. We’ll play a scramble or best ball to include all skill levels, with a shotgun start at 5:40pm and finishing at the club house by 8:30pm, with some time to hang out afterwards. This is a great way for guys to get to know others in the church. Play whenever your schedule allows.

Contact: Scott Thieme, 260-438-4393

Forward Kosciusko

Kosciusko County and all of its local communities are joining forces to develop a thorough, one-of-a-kind County Comprehensive Plan update. Over the course of the next year, residents, community leaders, and community organizations are being asked to come together to discuss local challenges, identify unique community features, and determine how Kosciusko County and its local communities can grow and improve for a better future. Additional information on the project can be found at: www.forwardkosciusko.com

As a part of this planning process, the county is undergoing an extensive public and stakeholder engagement process to ensure that the plan’s recommendations meet the needs and aspirations of the county and each community. Big ideas lead to big community transformation. That’s why your opinion and ideas are crucially important to the overall planning process and final comprehensive plan.

There are three current activities for residents to share their thoughts; a community survey, an interactive asset mapping exercise, and an idea wall. All can be found online at: www.forwardkosciusko.com Please provide your feedback and share the website links with others as we work to make Kosciusko County a great place to live, work, and play.

For more details, contact: Greg Demopoulos, 574-268-0188 x256