West County Assembly of God
13431 N. Outer 40 Rd.
Chesterfield MO 63017
314.434.1058 phone
314.434.9290 fax

Welcome To West County Assembly

Whether you're a long-time member, visiting for the first time, or just considering a visit in the future, we want you to feel welcome. 

We have designed a ministry catalog to give you a clear idea of who we are, what we offer, when and where it's offered, and who you can contact for more information.  To view the catalog, simply click on the CATALOG tab above.  Along with this, we have put together a brief 3 minute video for you to view that will help introduce you to the WCAG family.  To view the video, click  HERE

If you are relatively new to WCAG, we would like to invite you to our  Get Acquainted Coffee (formerly Taste of WCAG) on the first Sunday of each month at 9:45 AM, which will give us an opportunity to meet you, and you to meet us.  We would love to help you grow in your relationship with God, connect with His people here, and find a place to serve those around you.  If you have any questions, please do not hesistate to contact us. 

 

Jared Stoner

Senior Pastor

Expedition

Of all the things our city is famous for, the expedition of Lewis & Clark might top the list.  In spite of the possible dangers, they considered the potential rewards greater than the risks, and so set out to discover new lands.  Like Lewis & Clark, WCAG is underataking its own Expedition to "extend God's reach" in our lives, through our church, and to our world.  Expedition is a two-year generosity initiative designed to draw us closer to God and to provide the finances necessary for our much needed building expansion.   To Learn More about Extending His Reach through Expedition, click  HERE.

Expedition: Checkpoint

It’s important to reflect on where we’ve come over the course of the last year. Therefore, Expedition Checkpoint is a chance for us to think about the growth we’ve experienced in light of the Expedition goals we’ve set.  Here’s the obvious truth: when it comes to the most important things in life—whether in our lives or in the lives of those we love—we set goals and monitor progress. When you make a plan to be able to retire, you check in once in a while to see how it’s going, even though you know it’s going to take time. When your children are learning to read, you probably don’t look for drastic progress over the course of a week or a month, but if they haven’t improved over the course of a year, you start asking questions, right?  Doing a one-year check up gives us the opportunity evaluate how we’re growing in the areas we set out to grow in a year ago.  To Learn More about our One-Year Expedition Checkpoint, click  HERE.