Our ministries

We are a growing and active church. There are many different ministries that you can be involved in. Listed below is a brief sampling of what we have going on. 

There is a place for you at WVCOC.

CHILDREN'S ministry

We are blessed by having a TON of children at WVCOC. We are serious about teaching our children to walk in the paths of their Lord. Without a doubt, faithfulness begins in the home, however, we try to provide parents with different tools to aid them in raising up their children in the Lord. 

Our children's ministry consists of several good works, some of which include:

  • Sunday Morning and Wednesday Night Bible Class
  • Bi-Monthly Kids Days
  • Summer Vacation Bible School
  • Yosemite Bible Camp
  • Trunk or Treat
  • Children's Worship Bulletin and more!


The teens in our congregation are not just spectators, but active participants in many of the works of the church. They are a close knit group dedicated to serving God and others. Although our teens are already actively involved in the various works of the church, we also know that the teenage years are a time of great transition. It is for this reason that we have many different events and classes designed to prepare these young Christian adults for the future.

Some of our teen activities include:

  • Expedition Winter Camp
  • Lads to Leaders
  • Summer Bible Camp
  • Fall Youth Forum
  • Monthly Devotionals
  • Young Ladies Class
  • Special classes, studies and more!


One very active group in our congregation is our Ladies. These women are involved in service projects, benevolence, card writing, food preparation, Ladies Bible Class, Ladies Day and much, MUCH more!!

Check the calendar for upcoming ladies events.

Our Ladies Bible Class usually meets in Room 3 on Tuesdays at 10:00am. Currently Martha Fry is teaching this class.

visitation ministry

The West Visalia church of Christ is a family of believers. As a family we want to make sure that no one is left out or neglected. 

Our visitation ministry makes sure that those who are "shut-in" are not "shut-out". This program helps to assure that visitors feel welcome and that those in hospitals and care facilities feel loved. We believe in taking care of each other. 

"Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world" (James 1:27)

Monday night for the master

Monday Night For the Master is on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the Month.

This is a congregational program designed for ALL members. This evangelistic work is aimed at many in the community (non-members) and those in the congregation (members). 

The evening begins with members meeting at the building at 6:00pm for a meal (provided free for those ready to serve). After the meal, we have a brief devotional and some instruction about the projects to be done that evening. At around 7:00pm everyone begins their work. All members are allowed to choose their area of service. Areas of service may include: Visitation, Card Writing, Bible, Studies, Phone Calls, Messages to Missionaries, Messages to Students, Praying, Clerical duties and mailings, Baking, Maintenance, Childcare and More!