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Welcome to our home on the web and thanks for stopping by... We invite you to make yourself at home by exploring all of the information here on our website. WestSide is a community of Christ followers gathering in the Midland Grange on the corner of Joe Wright Road and Tingley Lane every Sunday at 5:05 PM. We exist to transform lives into disciples of Jesus Christ. We would love to hear from you send us an E-mail or give us a call so that we can help you engage in this great journey with us.


Our location and time of worship

Westside Community Church of the Nazarene meets every Sunday at 5:05 pm  for our worship service at the site of the Midland Grange, located on the corner of Joe Wright Road and Tingley Lane. We welcome you to join us.

Our mission is to put into practice the Gospel of Jesus Christ to see lives transformed.

WestSide is a church that strives to meet the spiritual and social needs of the people. The atmosphere is casual and relaxed, friendly and sincere. We believe that the teachings of Jesus Christ and the bible are relevant for today and contain eternal truths that speak to our hearts and can transform our lives from where we are now to what we are intended to be.

2 Corinthians 5:20 – We are…Christ’s Ambassadors, as though God were making His appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God.

This verse explains the logo for WestSide CC. This is what we are about. Being Christ’s Ambassadors to a people who are far from God, although God is not far from them. Their eyes are blind to His nearness, their ears are deaf to His calling. They catch glimpses of His goodness here and there; a bird song, a sunset that thrills them, a stirring in their hearts that tells them “there’s got to be more to this life than my day to day drudgery.” These are proof that the Lord is yearning to connect with them. He desires to use us, those whom He has redeemed to tell others about our redemption, our reconciliation, and urge them to also be reconciled to Him.

The logo consists of a cross with one hand reaching down grasping a second hand reaching up. The two hands meet right in the center of the cross. The hand reaching down is Jesus, God in human flesh. Paul says in Philippians that Jesus took the form of a servant and was obedient to death. That death resulted in the cleansing and forgiveness of our sins; those things that kept us separated from God. That barrier is now removed. The hand reaching up is ours; recognizing our lost state and yearning to be reunited with our creator, our Father, we reach out for the hand reaching down to us. This took place at the cross. The death Jesus died was for us; the death we deserve. But God, in His mercy, chose to send Jesus in our place, and Jesus said “yes.” The cross is the connecting point where a lost and broken people become reconciled with a holy and loving God.