house of Learning
God wants us to love him with our hearts, souls, strength and minds. To help us flourish in these four areas, we offer several ways to learn and grow outside the normal weekend gatherings.
Marriage and Parenting Course
The marriage and parenting course runs from February to May, and includes four workshops where we gather together, weekly podcasts and other input, along with some exercises to do at home.
We'll be having a meal and some Q&A time, so bring your appetite and some questions!
John series resources
John introduces a lot of different concepts and themes throughout his Gospel. As he introduces these, we want to provide you with content that will allow you to dive deeper into learning and understanding them.
incarnation series resources
Understanding the Incarnation is an essential piece of the Christian faith, but it can be confusing at times. Here are a few resources that can help unpack the complexity and foundational theology of the Incarnation.
House of learning podcast
The House of Learning team wants to better equip you with understanding certain topics, themes, or concepts that are introduced in the Bible. Check out below the ones we have released so far, and keep an eye out for future content!
Welcome to the Family
Welcome to the Family is all about connecting you to the life of our church. Whether you’ve been coming for a few weeks or a few years, Welcome to the Family is your next step for joining a community, plugging into serving, and calling Westside your church home. At this gathering you will hear the story of Westside, our vision, and where we are heading. You’ll meet some of the staff, learn about our ministries, and find out how to get connected. Snacks and beverages will be provided. Hope to see you there!
Got questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
When: 2nd Sunday of every month, 1:30PM – 2:30PM
Where: School Room
We believe the Scriptures are inspired and authoritative. The Bible is not a rulebook. It’s more than principles for a better life. It’s better than simply a manifesto for the Kingdom of God. The Bible is a story — the meta-narrative of God’s redemptive work in creation. We want to know the Bible well. We'd like to recommend that everyone gets into a reading plan, and we love the Read Scripture App, which includes some great resources from our friends at The Bible Project.