We declare that we will be God-centered and Gospel-driven in worship creating an environment where the Bible is treasured and trusted.
We gather every Sunday for corporate worship by the Spirit of God centered on the Word.
At Winnetka Bible Church you will discover a warm group of real people dedicated to following our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. From the moment you walk up to the building you can expect…
A Family of Faith
We are a people who have been brought together in Christ. Jesus has broken down the walls and barriers that may have once separated us, whether that be ethnicity or economy, generations or genetics. We welcome people from all walks of life who want to explore with us what it means to faithful disciples of King Jesus.
Seriously Happy Worship
We worship God with reverence and awe, because He is a consuming fire. And our hearts are brimming over with joy because Jesus has welcomed us as brothers and sisters. We try to hold tight both of these realities in our worship gatherings. Worshipping God is not casual, but neither is it morose. We want our worship to be marked by both gravity and gladness.
Charles Spurgeon once said of Puritan author John Bunyan, "Prick him anywhere—his blood is Bibline." We hope that the same might be said of our gatherings at WBC. From the first chord on the piano to the last breath of the benediction, we want every second we are together to be infused and informed by the Bible. Expect to hear the Bible read, sung, taught, and revered in our services.
Our worship gatherings follow a historically rooted pattern to rehearse the Gospel message every time we meet together. (1) God is Holy. (2) We are sinners. (3) Jesus saves us. (4) Jesus sends us. So what kind of music do we use to rehearse these truths? We love to sing the very best songs from the rich heritage of Christian worship in generations past, as well as the vast treasury of current music from brothers and sisters around the world. We will use any music that helps us articulate these Biblical truths with fervency and conviction.
Visit our Worship Blog for orders of service.