What is church at home?
Due to COVID-19, our services are limited in capacity and a lot of our ministries have moved online. While some things have changed, our church life WILL GO ON. This page is designed to help you stay connected to life at Westside during our time apart. Keep scrolling to learn about all the ways you can stay in the loop.
For those who are unable to join us for in-person worship, you can always worship with us online. Click the button below and tune in to a Westside service at your normal service time. There will be a streaming option at 9:30 & 11:00. Also, if you get bored and want to catch up on a previous sermon series, click the "sermon archive" button and get access to our full sermon database.
We believe that giving to the local church is an integral part of our discipleship. To keep your rhythm of giving, click the button below and give online.
Study the Bible
Your life group may not be meeting in person but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on biblical teaching. Click the button below to access a life group lesson from Pastor Mike. You can also click the "family devotional" button to access a study time for your family from our Kid's Ministry Team.
Serve Your City
At Westside, we are Servant Leaders and Generous Givers. There is no better time to live out that mission than right now. Click the button below and check out the different ways you can serve Gainesville during the COVID-19 crisis.
Follow Us on Social
One of the best ways to stay connected with what’s happening at Westside, including regular coronavirus updates, is to follow us on social media. Click the button for your social media platform of choice and give us a follow.
Let Us Pray
At Westside, we value prayer over might. We believe that the best thing we can do in a time like this is pray. Are you sick and would you like us to pray for you? Do you have another request related to the coronavirus? Our team would love to pray for you! Fill out the form below and we will begin praying!
Do you have questions about the coronavirus?
We are grateful for the work of the Florida Department of Health and the CDC for all their hard work. For helpful information and prevention strategies, click the link below and read directly from the CDC.