How Branch Ministry Works

Each member or regular attendee to WFPC is assigned a branch. A branch is a small group of members in a geographic area that enables its members to easily care for one another. This could mean stopping in to say a quick hello to a sick member of your branch, providng a meal to a family with a newborn, or sending condolences and offering support to those who have experienced a loss. Even more importantly, a branch is a smaller, powerful prayer circle among its members.

Occasionally, a branch will organize social get-togethers. Whether it takes place once a month or once a year, we encourage you to plan and participate in these gatherings. An established familiarity and friendship among branch members brings a deeper meaning during a time of need or celebration.

Each Deacon, an officer of WFPC, has been assigned several branches in which to provide care. Your Deacon will serve as the primary point of contact for your branch and is charged with maintaining communications, identifying prayer needs within your branch, implementing a care program and fostering relationships. Your Deacon should also be a person to whom you can ask for private prayer requests and any church questions and concerns.

If you have any questions about the Branch Ministry, are unclear of your branch assignment, or would like to request participation in a branch, please contact us.

Leslie Olmo |

Trish Floyd |

Last Published: May 14, 2015 8:50 AM

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