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-founder Josiah Carter.
Located at Westview Church (lower level) 1155 SE Boone Dr, Waukee (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.
Mark Farran, Church Multiplication
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 Mark Farran as he works to multiply our impact in Iowa and South Dakota.
Brad Wos, Director of Multicultural Ministry
As Multicultural Director, Brad Wos works throughout the Midwest to mobilize pastors and ministry leaders. He is discipling over 28 national leaders to multiply disciples among "All Peoples."
Bible Pathways is a ReachGlobal ministry that trains pastors in South Asia to study and preach the Bible. Often, pastors and ministry leaders in this country have minimal Bible training, and it is necessary to continue their bi-vocational work while gaining further education. Coming alongside pastors during hands-on ministry allows them to continue serving, develop skills, and provide for their families. Pastors and ministry leaders are hungry for training, so our partnership allows more pastors to accurately preach and teach the Bible!