Get Involved in Missional Communities


A missional community is a group of people learning to live together at the intersection of Gospel, community and mission. 

Our groups are at varying places in this process, and we invite you to join us.


Find a Missional Community Group here.


When you find a group that you are interested in, contact the leader to set up a time to visit the group.

GLOBAL OUTREACH

At Westwood, we are dedicated to supporting the spread of God's word in Olympia and to the uttermost parts of the world. Please review our webpage to better acquant yourself with our Global Outreach core values and beliefs. Feel free to contact our Global Outreach Team if you have any questions.

Helping those in our Westwood Family:

  • If you have a need, we want to help. Even if it's just to listen.
  • Special groups, practical help, financial counseling, and referrals are available.
  • Special groups, practical help, financial counseling, and referrals are available.
  • Funeral or memorial service planning is part of our ministry.
  • Benevolence:  Widows, Orphans, the Imprisoned and the Poor are our four areas of emphasis.


For more info contact 360-866-6888 or info@westwoodbaptist.com
If you would like a visit from a pastor, please call Jon Cardona at the church office,  360-866-6888.

CARE MINISTRY

& LOCAL OUTREACH

PRAYER

The goal of our Prayer Ministry is to build a House of Prayer mentality, providing and maintaining places to pray and undergirding every life, ministry and outreach effort with a constant stream of ongoing intercession. 

We look for the fulfillment of this scripture: "Ask and it shall be given to you, seek, and you shall find, knock and it shall be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks, finds, and to him who knocks it shall be opened." - Matthew 7:7, 8

Please look over the prayer opportunities and come experience what it means to pray Christ's heart with others to the "praise of His glory" at Westwood.

 "Continue earnestly in prayer, being vigilant in it with Thanksgiving."   

 -Colossians 4:2