New Here?Find Out More About What It's Like To Worship With Us
What To Expect
We have a blend of contemporary and traditional hymn music.
Our chancel choir, Westminster Bells, praise band, organ, pianist, and other forms of special music will also complement our worship service.
WPC Chehalis has a call and response style of worship where we all actively engage worship.
A variety of prayers are said throughout the service.
Our beautiful 112 year old sanctuary has a boiler system to keep us warm in the winter, and cupola fan that helps circulate air during the summer.
Sermons are grounded in scripture as we witness to Christ in our midst today.
To get a better idea, take a look at our YouTube page, or listen to one of our sermons here.
When we had kids, we made the decision to join WPC so they could learn about God and the power of prayer. However, for the past 8 years, we’ve learned worship at WPC is so much more. WPC’s small intimate atmosphere and beautiful sanctuary creates a feeling of spirituality. Pastor Ed’s messages are positive, the services are collaborative, and the kids feel free to be themselves. The very best thing about the church is the people. Our church family loves one another, cares about the community and God, and values sharing ideas. Plus, WPC has great snacks!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I park?
There are plenty of places to park. Take a quick look at our parking map for the prime locations.
When is Communion?
We celebrate communion the first Sunday of every month, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, and Easter Sunday.
Anyone who trusts in the Lord can participate in the Lord's Supper.
Is the Church accessible?
Yes. Parking is available on Market Street and also in the Prindle Street parking lot.
Once you enter the building, you can access the sanctuary with our elevator.
Feel free to ask for assistance when you come to worship for the first time.
How long is the worship service?
Our worship service lasts anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and a half, averaging about an hour and 15 minutes.
What is WPC's worship style?
Our worship style is a blend of contemporary and traditional. We have a traditional worship service with the Lord's Supper on the first Sunday of every month. The second and third Sundays of the month will have a traditional feel to it with special music provided by our chancel choir or Westminster Bells. Our praise band leads us in our more contemporary worship service on the fourth Sunday of every month. On the occasion of a fifth Sunday of the month, our pastor will experiment with a worship style that may be unfamiliar to those who attend regularly, in order to expose our worship community to a variety of worship experiences in the church.
Are kids welcome to worship?
Yes! Everyone is welcome in worship!
Your kiddo can sit with you during worship, and when they feel comfortable, they can come up front and let one of our helpers know. During worship and they can stay up front in our Discovery Zone to feel more a part of our worship service and share the experience with friends their own age.
Is there a dress code?
No, our church community wears anything from semi-formal attire to jeans and cowboy boots. Your t-shirt is welcome!
Typically, people dress comfortably and appropriately for the season.
How do I get involved with WPC?
First, fill out a worship attendance card with your contact information and someone from the church will follow up and we can begin our relationship.
Another way to get involved is to have a conversation with a member of our welcome team, who will give you a visitor's welcome bag and you can learn more information from them.
Another way is to have conversations with the pastor and others in the church community during fellowship time in the fellowship hall right after worship service.
You can also get involved by contacting the church office to get more information.
Does WPC have children and youth activities?
Yes! we have Sunday School and different events throughout the year for children. For older youth, our Emerge program meets regularly and events sprinkled throughout the year.