Oklahoma City, OK: Families in our church continue to manage seasonal illnesses and a few COVID cases. COVID has certainly not escaped the news cycles, where we are hearing of an increased number of cases, variant strains, and vaccine metrics. Given the likelihood that we are moving into cold and flu season, Wilmont wants to communicate our initial plan to help members and guests feel safe while in worship and Bible study. The following precautions are implemented and recommended for your health and peace of mind:
If you have questions, concerns, or recommendations for church-wide health and safety, please reach out to our CaringWell team through email or by calling 405.634.6773.
Honoring Moms Amid COVID
When Will Church Start Again?
Why isn't Wilmont gathering for worship and when can we gather again? That seems to be the question of the hour!
Why no answers are the best answers
OK Update for Churches 4/17/2020
Oklahoma City, OK: Governor Stitt held a Zoom press conference at 10:00 a.m. to talk to church leaders about the latest COVID-19 statistics and how that affects worship. Below is a summary of that meeting.
COVID-19 & Worship: 3/24/2020
Oklahoma City: (Italics updated 3/25/2020) We are writing to communicate to our community of guests and members how COVID-19 is affecting our worship, Bible studies, and fellowships at Wilmont.
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.