Prepare for 2022 Summer Surge at Wilmont!
What is our 2022 Summer Surge Goal?
A display table has been set up in the breezeway by the Sanctuary doors. Please bring baby shower gifts to the church on Sunday, April 3rd. We'll be delivering baby items as soon as possible since Baby Boy has already arrived.
The 2022 SBC Annual Meeting will mark the first time in more than 40 years that Southern Baptists have held our annual convention in the great state of California. After the largest crowd we’ve seen in a generation last year in Nashville, we want to invite you to join us in Anaheim, California on June 12-15, 2022. We are so excited about the opportunity to join together with messengers and guests from across our Convention to come together and celebrate what God has done as we cooperate together for the Great Commission.
We are here to help you prepare for your journey to Anaheim to join us. We hope to answer any questions you may have and share insights you didn’t even know you needed.
In episodes of The Road to Anaheim, we will give you all the information you need to know about Southern California, the convention center area, the annual meeting itself, the Pastors’ Conference and yes…Disneyland—which is just blocks away from where we are meeting.
Join us each and every week on The Road to Anaheim presented by California Baptist University.
Tomorrow evening (1/28/22), Bro. Shawn and Tina are hosting our Afghan family and a couple of their Afghan friends for dinner. They could use our help in a couple of ways:
If you can help in either of these areas, please call Sandy in the church office ASAP.
Hey Wilmont! Your work with Afghan refugees was featured in the recent Capital Baptist Association newsletter. As part of the Captial Baptist Association, we participate with approximately 150 other Southern Baptist Churches in missions work within the OKC metro area. Their featured article has been reproduced here for your reading pleasure. Keep up the great work!
Wilmont Place Baptist Church is a Southern Baptist church of 150 active members on the south side of Oklahoma City. Text-driven expository preaching, Bible-teaching, personal growth, and community evangelism define the culture and direct the activities and events of the congregation. The church is working through a formal revitalization strategy in which members become family and the community becomes ministry.