Strategic Partnerships

At WCC we endeavor to work together with other organizations for the common good of the community.

  • Beza Threads is a company based in Des Moines, Iowa, which partners with Hope for Children Ethiopia to confront  the issue of slavery by freeing, educating and empowering enslaved children toward a hopeful future. Click here to watch an interview Beza Threads co-found Josiah Carter.

  • Parenteen

    The emotions that come with a confirmed teen pregnancy are often filled with apprehension and fear of the unknown. Parenteen strives to walk life with young parents and empower them with the truth that they are created with a purpose.


    Parenteen works to empower teen parents to succeed in building healthy family foundations by offering Love and Logic parenting classes, nutritional education, welfare awareness and small group mentoring groups.  


    Parenteen leaders provide friendship, encouragement, and help with meeting the practical demands of raising a child. They choose to walk into their world and love them regardless of their life circumstances.  For more information on Parenteen visit myparenteen.org

  • Waukee Area Christian Services

    Located at Westview Church (lower level) 1155 SE Boone Dr, Waukee, IA

    515-987-5523   Waukee Area Christian Services (WACS) provides compassionate, practical care to greater Des Moines’ west side, offering food and medical assistance to those struggling to make ends meet. Supported by area churches, businesses and community organizations, WACS includes a food pantry, free medical clinic, and community garden.


  • Church Planting Ministries

    Mark Doss, Church Planter

    The EFCA exists to foster the "multiplication of healthy churches among all people.” This demands a strong commitment for planting new churches in our area. Our vision is to plant all kinds of new Evangelical Free Churches to reach all kinds of people with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  WCC supports our Church Planting Missionary, Mark Doss, as we further the work of the gospel in the planting of new churches.


    Brad Wos Director of Multicultural Ministries