What Is a Church Member?
A church member is a born-again, baptized Christian who covenants with a local church to fulfill the mission of the church. The New Testament describes members of a church as united Christians under the rule of King Jesus. By the grace of God, Woolsey Baptist Church strives to be one, local body of Christians joining multitudes of other local churches around the world that represent God to a watching world. Every member of Woolsey Baptist covenants together according to our church covenant.
How Do I Become a Church Member?
Attend the Discover Woolsey class to learn more about what the church teaches and believes and how you can be involved. This class meets periodically on Sundays at 9:30 am and lasts three weeks.
Our next class begins Sunday, January 16.
Meet with a pastor to share your testimony and determine a plan for worshipping, connecting, serving, and going to make disciples as a member of Woolsey.
The pastors will decide when to present prospective members to the church. This presentation will take place at the end of a Sunday morning worship gathering. The church body accepts people into the membership during church conferences.