What to Expect

West End Church is a biblically functioning community where you will encounter grace and truth in a casual setting. Feel free to dress comfortably. Each weekend experience is about an hour and fifteen minutes long with music and practical biblical teaching.
When you arrive you may want to take a look around our facility and stop in at the Morning Cafe, which opens at 9:00 am giving you plenty of time for a continental breakfast with juice or coffee before the worship service begins at 10:00.
A variety of people come to West End Church every weekend including singles, married couples, young people, older people, professionals, laborers, single moms, and single dads. Each has a unique life story, just like you do. 

Wherever you are on your journey, you are welcome here.

Come as You Are  
No dress codes; no perfect people. We simply don't feel that formality enhances spiritual worship or growth.
No Expectations
If you're a guest or just checking out West End Church, you are not expected to participate in our weekly offering.
Is There a Place for My Children?
Absolutely! We have KidZone! at 10:15am each Sunday for ages 5 thru 6th grade along with nurseries for birth through 4 years old.
In 1921, thirteen families banded together with a dream to plant a church to reach their city and touch their world to the honor of Jesus Christ. The dream of a church reaching the city and the world became a reality and has grown to what is known today as West End Church, a part of the Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination.
Locations and names may have changed over the years, but the vision and heart embodied by our humble beginnings haven't.
Jesus had a beautiful way of interacting with the people of His day. He touched the untouchable, accepted the rejected, and taught with creativity and authority.
John, a disciple and one of His closest friends, described this beauty when he wrote, "grace and truth came through Jesus Christ." It is my hope that you will not only notice this beauty at West End Church, but that you'll experience it.


Willie Matos
Lead Pastor