On this page Welcome to WEAG! What To Expect The Services Worship Center – English Fellowship Hall – Latino Live Stream & Replays Welcome to WEAG! We are a multi-generational, multi-ethnic community that joins together in purpose to worship God and extend the love of Jesus to the world. We warmly welcome all who desire such fellowship during service on a Sunday morning, a Wednesday night class, a small group in a friend’s house, or while extending a helping hand…
Middle School Students, join us in the ECHO room for Bible reflection, peer conversation, prayer and a relevant activity!
Programs for Nursery, Preschool and Elementary children on Sundays at 10am. https://weag.church/ministries/family-ministry/sunday-morning-programs-for-kids/
This is a weekly support group for women who are separated from their husbands (not yet divorced) and are waiting on God for a breakthrough.
Jul 21, 2019
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A 4-week study that helps new believers understand and study the Bible and what it means to follow Christ.
Monday night soccer is for anyone who is interested in recreational soccer! Come fellowship and have fun playing!
Guys are welcome to come together for fellowship and a great work out!
Women’s Bible Study for all ages. Please register with Betty Anderson at email@example.com.
Tuesday Night Men’s Bible Study in the South Hall from 7-8:30 PM. We are currently studying The Book of 1 Peter by Kyle Idleman. Open to men of all ages.
Bible study for men of all ages. Meet in Room 209/215 from 7-8:30 PM.
Stepping into WEAG’s ESL classes on a Thursday night, you might meet people from Guatemala, Syria, Russia, Ethiopia, Vietnam, or over 30 other countries. Immigrants and refugees from around the world are coming in the doors of WEAG to learn English, and God is allowing us to welcome them and show them Christ’s love. Each student has a story. Each student left his or her home country for a reason. Each student has taken the bold step to strive to…
Every Friday 10:30a-12:00p (Sewing Group 10:00a-1:00p)WEAG South HallContacts: Email Pam Woltz firstname.lastname@example.org or call Deb Farlow 703-930-8277 Acts 9:36 – “In Joppa, there was a disciple named Tabitha (which translated is Dorcas) who was always doing good and helping the poor.” Desiring to follow in her footsteps, Dorcas’ Daughters at WEAG began in June 2016 with a handful of ladies. We have grown expeditiously since then! We are a group of women endeavoring to help those less fortunate through our…
Our Spanish/Portuguese Speaking Bible Study is led by Pastor Moises Diaz and open to all! Childcare is available!
Working to promote unity in diversity and building authentic relationships across differences. We believe we are called to be Christ’s Representation to the world and be One in Him so that the world will know God is real. (John 17:21)
11:45am – 1:00pm on the 4th Sunday of every month. No RSVP or pre-registration required. Simply show up. Know God – Step 1 of 4 Explore the ministry of WEAG and find out about our church history, what our church believes and how we are governed. Find Family – Step 2 of 4 Discover the importance of being involved in a small group and find groups that are a good fit for you.
11:45am – 1:00pm on the 1st Sunday of every month. No RSVP or pre-registration required. Simply show up. Discover Purpose – Step 3 of 4 Dive into the details of your personality, discover your gifts, and see how your design reveals your purpose in life and your best fit in ministry. Make A Difference – step 4 of 4 Connect to the opportunities available at WEAG to live out your purpose and serve others by using your God-given gifts.
WEAGers assist warehouse workers as they organize donations for the CARITAS Furniture Bank. We sort and restock the store and also repair and restore furniture the first Wednesday of each month. As families move out of the CARITAS program into affordable housing, they are allowed to select a minimum amount of furnishings and household goods for their new apartment. Volunteers act as “shopping” assistants – making it easier for guests to find what they need. Contact email@example.com if you would…
Come out for a night of great music and prayer for our church and community. Mark your calendars for the first Wednesday of each month from 7-8pm, as we’ll continually come together for prayer & worship!
For anyone who loves to sew or quilt
General Church ProjectCost: $0 Team Size: 30Age Requirement: 14 yrs and upTeam Leader: Lisa Eggert Join Kids Pastor Lisa Eggert and her team as they provide a Kids Church-like outreach once-a-month at one of Youth Life Foundations ministry sites. Bible lessons, worship, games, activities, crafts, puppets, snacks, and small group discussions are all a part of this project. Energetic, willing hands and hearts are needed to love and lead these precious kids toward Jesus. Contact Lisa Eggert at firstname.lastname@example.org if…
Teaching and MinistryDates: October 19-27, 2019Cost: $1,800 (based on airfare) Deposit: $700Deadline: July 15, 2019Team Size: 12 (women and girls ONLY)Housing: Dormitory Style at the churchTeam Leader: Sue Schlesman Our ladies are headed back to Costa Rica to work with at-risk 5th and 6th-grade girls in two schools. Chicas de Promesa is an after-school Christian club for girls. Crafts, Bible lessons, one on one discussions and several fun-filled activities help the staff and our team develop relationships with preteen girls.…
General ChurchDates: November 1 -10, 2019Cost: $1,650 (based on airfare) Deposit: $700Team Size: 13 Minimum Age: 12Deadline: August 1, 2019Housing: The Noble Guest HouseTeam Leader: Lisa Eggert Caminul Felix is an international faith-based nonprofit agency that believes in keeping orphaned & abandoned children in Christian home settings within their culture. The village of Oradea is located 3 hours outside of Budapest in northern Romania. This team will be helping with the construction of a home for a Romanian family. They…