West Metro Community Church started out as a simple idea- that the Gospel should be heard by everyone. Lots of churches today spend all their time building up barriers between themselves and other people- boycotts, rhetoric, screens, political litmus tests, race, gender, color. West Metro is committed to one thing – tearing down those and other barriers to introduce people to Jesus who brings people together.

At West Metro, you will find people from all walks of life. We are blue collar and white collar, married and single, young and old, liberal and conservative, poor and rich, and from many ethnic and racial backgrounds. We come together for one reason – because Jesus changed our lives. We would invite you, no matter who you are or where you are on your journey to join us in learning more about Jesus. Our greatest desire would be for you to discover what many of us have discovered, that Jesus Christ can change your life. Come and join us at West Metro Community Church. Anyone is welcome.

Learn about our Core Values here.


What should I expect when I come to West Metro?

Expect to see a group of friendly people worshiping God and hearing a relevant message from the Bible.

Who’s in charge at West Metro?

WMCC is an elder-led congregation. Seven men serve as the Elder Council guiding the church in fulfilling the vision to which God has called us. The Elders do not “rule” but lead by seeking God’s best for the church and pointing WMCC to follow Him. As a result, Jesus is the head of the church and authority over the elders and the congregation.

What should I wear?

Wear what you are comfortable in. Our pastors will probably have on jeans or shorts and the people in the crowd will be comfortable as well. You can dress up if you want, but it’s not necessary or expected.

What about my kids?

We have classes for kids from birth to 5th grade or, if you like, they can stay in service with you. Our children’s workers are background checked and love kids. They will teach a lesson, learn songs, do art, and all kinds of fun kid things.

Can I meet the pastor after the service?

Yes. We think it’s important for you to be able to talk to the pastors, to be able to ask questions or receive encouragement.