1. Missions
2. Children’s Ministry
3. Youth
4. College and Career
5. Men
6. Women
7. Transportation
8. Senior Adults
9. Sports
10. Music
11. Nursery


1. Missions

Mathew 28:19-20 (The Great Commission) says: “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Members of WHBC have traveled to different areas of our world to spread the good news about our Savior Jesus Christ. Romania has been a destination for outreach and ministry over the years. Another trip may be planned for next year (2016). If interested, please click here: Romania Application Form 2014 to access the application to possibly go on the mission.

Please view the Southern Baptist Convention missions site for more information.

2. Children’s Ministry.

Children’s Mission Statement
-Train a Child in the way that he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. Proverbs 22:6

The mission of children’s ministries at WHBC is to help all children develop a true understanding and love for Jesus and to begin to see HIS purpose for their lives. The ultimate goals are to raise a generation of children; who know God, who understand the importance of families, and who understand the great commission and seek to fulfill it with their lives for the glory of God.

Mission Friends

The church missions organization of WMU for preschoolers ages birth through kindergarten. The primary objective of Mission Friends is to provide a strong foundation for preschoolers in a Christian and missions lifestyle. Mission Friends provides developmentally appropriate missions learning experiences to help preschoolers move from a self-centered focus to a focus on others, to become aware that not everyone knows about God’s love, and to understand ways they can help others know about this good news. Visit the official Mission Friends website.


A Royal Ambassador (RA) is a boy in grades 1-6 committed to living out the RA Pledge. This pledge is part of personal and chapter (group of RAs) accountability. The RA Motto, “We are Ambassadors for Christ,” not only gives the organization its name, but also gives the boys and leaders a lifestyle goal. This motto is taken from Scripture, specifically 2 Corinthians 5:20. Visit the official RA website.


Girls in Action is a missions organization for girls in grades 1-6. We learn what missionaries do, pray for missionaries and their work, save and give money to help tell other people about Jesus, learn about people around the world, and have fun with friends. Learn more at the official GA Website.

Director of Children’s Ministry: April Norris

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3. Youth.

WHBC offers special programs for middle and high school age kids.

At times the youth require waiver forms for trips or activities. You can download a version of those waiver forms here:

Permission Form for the Youth

Permission Form (with insurance information block)

4. College and Career

WHBC understands the transitional period for young adults moving from school to their careers.

5. Men

Brotherhood – The men of the church are mission focused and study God’s word to enable them to reach out to those in our community and throughout the world to share Christ.

6. Women

Women on Mission (WOM) – Women on Mission teach missions, lead persons to participate in mission work, and provide organizations and leadership for special mission projects. These ladies conduct special mission projects throughout the ye

7. Transportation

The Bus Committee is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of church owned vehicles; the scheduling of vehicle use; providing and maintaining a list of approved drivers who are at least twenty five (25) years of age; and, designing and maintaining in writing and approved by the church a policy governing vehicle operation and uses.

Do you need a ride to our church?  We have a van that is available to pick you up from your home and return you after any of our services.  Please call the church office at 733-8172 if you need a ride so that one of our drivers can contact you to work out the details.

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8. Senior Adults

Super Seniors meet with Area Churches each month. Location to be determined monthly.

9. Sports

Softball Season 2017 is here!

Softball season has arrived. Go to Colonial Heights Softball for information on team schedules and standings. If you have questions, please contact Levi Mitchell or Daniel Beville.

10. Music

We encourage you to use the gifts God has given you to lift praises to Him. If you want to join one of the choirs listed below or have a musical talent you would like to share with the church, please see Bonnie Perkinson for details.


Adult Choir – Open to all adults with all levels of music proficiency. This is the main choir that sings at the weekly service on Sunday mornings. They also perform a Christmas and Easter Cantatas each year. Rehearsals are weekly on Tuesdays at 6pm.

Youth Choir – The choir for all youth ages 13-18. They sing occasionally in the Sunday morning service. They practice weekly.

Children’s Choir – Choir for children ages 6-12. They sing occasionally in the Sunday morning service. They practice weekly.


Sounds of Praise – Adult Handbell Choir open to all adults and youth. We practice weekly.

K-3rd grade Handbells – This group will be learning the basic fundamentals of music through the use of Handbells and Chimes. They will learn how to read, identify, and be able to learn basic melodies of music. Please see Bonnie Perkinson for details.

4th-6th grade Handbells- This group will learn more advanced fundamentals of music. They will learn differences in melody and harmony along with other musical theory. They will perform on occasion as well. Please see Bonnie Perkinson for details.

Other Music Ministries

Orchestra- This ensemble will be used on Sunday Morning in church to help enhance worship. We will use our gifts of instrumental playing. If interested, practices are held weekly on Tuesdays at 7pm in the Sanctuary.

Adult Sign Choir – Open to adults of all ages interested in learning American Sign Language primarily for music interpretation. Some conversational skills are also taught. We meet Sunday afternoons at 4:30pm.

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11. Nursery

Morning Worship
• Nursery service is provided for children ages 3 and younger. They are split into three different classes. Workers are qualified volunteers from within the church.

  • Babies – Birth to Age 1
  • Cruisers – 6 months or crawling
  • Toddlers – Ages 1-2
  • 3 year old class


• Children’s Church is provided for age 4 to second grade. Children stay in the service until the offertory hymn, and then they go to the Fellowship Hall. Adult volunteers teach the children.


Evening Worship
Nursery service is provided for children from birth to 3 years old.

Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting

Nursery is provided for children birth to 2 years old.

Nursery Pager System –  This pager system will be used for all services and for Sunday School.  Parents will be given a pager in the event that they are needed while they are in a service.  The nursery committee will assign a pager to you when you drop your child off and if you feel the silent vibration during the service, then return to your child’s room to assist the nursery workers.  If you have multiple children, then one pager will be used for all children.  Once the service is done, return the pager to the nursery committee member when you pick up your child.

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