This Week at WCA

Sunday, April 29, 2018

9:30 am. Breakfast & Bible

¨   Teaching:  Ted Demetriades

10:30 am. Sunday Celebration Service

¨   Worship: David & Team

¨   Message: Pastor Jean Morgan

¨   KidZone: Kris Schoening & Kids Team

5:30 pm. Youth Group

Leading: Collin Finley

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

6:00 am. Early Morning Prayer

7:00 pm. Royal Ranger Section Meeting

7:30 pm. Young Adult Bible Study

Leading: David Gonzalez

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

6:30 pm. Light Dinner for all

7:00 pm. Bible Study/Family Night

¨   Men’s Bible Study:  Pastor Jean Morgan

¨   Women’s Bible Study: Heather Gonzalez

¨   Youth: Collin Finley

¨   Royal Rangers: (Boys—ages 5 & up) –              

    Ken Weste, Zach Schoening, Richard Thomas



5 Steps to Living the Authentic Christian Life

Continued from last week!

3. Dismiss the World’s Charms

When we depend on the world for affirmation, long for its fleeting pleasures, or live off self-ambition, our relationship with God withers.

Those temporary highs don’t compare to the heavenly inheritance we have in Jesus!

Gaining the world is

dangerously overrated

Selfish pursuits make us lose sight of the blessed freedom there is in Christ, and keep us in bondage to sin.  If we give ourselves entirely to anything apart from God, we have to examine of we are truly with Him.  John 2:15-17 says:

“Do not love the world or the things in the world.  If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him.  For all that is in the world—the desires of the flesh and the desires of the eyes and pride of life — is not from the Father but is from the world.  And the world is passing away along with its desires, but whoever does the will of God abides forever.”

Continued next week!


Mothers & Others—Apron Memories

An event honoring mothers &

The women who have nurtured us.

Next Sunday, at 12:30 pm, after the service

Bring a mother, daughter, friend

Bring an apron with a story to tell




Important Church Contact Info


Jean R. Morgan, Jr

Email –

Cell – 949-887-9640


Tom Guthrie – 714-310-3493

Zach Schoening – 714-905-6794

Ken Weste –


Prayer Concerns

For prayer requests please fill out the back of the connection card and place in offering, leave a message at the church office phone, submit it electronically HERE, or contact Diane Letterman at

Royal Rangers. … at camp out in Tehachapi.  Pray for their time together, God’s presence and moving in the life of the campers, and safety going and coming.

Loretta Frias. Home after surgery to open up circulation in her leg.  She is doing better, but covets our continued prayers.

Cathy (friend of Diane’s). Home after hip replacement.  Will be starting 3 weeks of therapy.  Has been in pain, but doing better.

Mary (Diane’s aunt). back home after procedure.  Family took turns staying with her until her strength was built up. Doing well.

B.J. (Tami’s son). Going into surgery May 3rd to remove the mass on his kidney.

Helen (Tami’s cousin). bronchial infection with severe cough.

Ginger (Diane’s friend). has been sick for 2 weeks with a bad cough and feeling very tired.

Vivian (Tony’s sister) . has been sick since they left Florida last week.  Doctors not sure if gastritis or pancreatitis.

Nina Canamar. Not feeling well.

Carol (Emily’s sister). Unspoken request

Cheyenne Murrieta (used to attend) . Unspoken request.

Richard Murrieta (used to attend)…… …fractured a rib and is in a lot of pain.

George Kellog . …Had an angiogram to determine blockage, please pray as he had to be admitted to the hospital for this procedure.

Joseph Earl . Back in the hospital with another blood clot on the brain.  The doctors are now fairly sure of how to treat it, so it is a matter of time before the tumor responds.

  • Those suffering with chronic illnesses

¨   Members with serious financial and employment needs

¨   For our nation, our president, and our troops