Our Sunday services provide you with an opportunity to experience God’s presence in your life and connect with other people. Our services will consist of a time of worship, several announcements, and a message from our Pastor.
Yes. You can subscribe to our email list located under “More” of the menu and you can text @wagchurch to 810-10 to get text remind notifications of upcoming events and encouraging words.
Absolutely! We have nursery for ages 6 month – 4 years old. We also have childrens church for ages 5 – 10 years old and our JRD’s class for ages 11 – 16 years old which are both during the preaching part of the service (the Pastor will dismiss during the service).
No. We would not want to make anyone feel uncomfortable during their visit to Williamstown Assembly. Our hope is that you are relaxed and experience God’s peace while your with us.
Williamstown Assembly is made up of local believers in Jesus that strives to draw closer to God. We are faith-based which means we try our best everyday to put our trust in God as our provider and not man or mans ways.
Yes. We can provide an assistive listening device for those who need it to during the service. Please feel free to let the greeter know that you would like to use an assistive listening device for the service and they will direct you to the proper person to get you set up with a device.
No dress code. We dress very casually and ask that when you visit us – that you come as you are.
Yes. You can click the link below to watch our weekly services LIVE every Sunday morning at 10 am. If you miss a week, you can go to our Facebook or YouTube pages via the link below to watch as well.
No. We don’t pass the offering plate during any of our services. In fact, we haven’t passes the plate around in over 35 years. The reason is simple. We have and will continue to trust that God will provide whatever we need. He has never let us down and He will continue to provide for his church and people as long as we make Him and His ways the priority in our lives. We believe that giving of tithes and offerings is a commandment from God, but we don’t believe it is the churches job to pressure people to give. Instead – giving tithes and offerings must be a response of obedience to God!
No. We are all part of the body of Christ, whether you’re a formal member of the church or not. We don’t pressure people to become members. We will announce to the congregation, at varies times, if anyone feels called to become a formal member.