At WWCC we believe that an important part of being a church that brings honor and glory to God, is being active in missions giving and community involvement.  We believe as Christians that we have a responsibility to do all we can to accomplish the Great Commission that was given by Jesus, to take the message of amazing grace into all the world, making a difference in Jesus' Name.
We help to support a variety of missions that are sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.  Our missions giving comes from our faith promise missions offerings and includes giving to local, national and international missions organizations.
WWCC supports various mission points located in our own community and around the world.
At WWCC we believe that blessed people bless people and that we have a responsibility to be salt and light in this world.  Through a variety of different ways, we believe that our missions giving and outreach are lighting a darkened world.

Oak Hill Christian Camp

A Christian Summer Camp and Retreat Center.

Phone: 804.779.3050
Facebook:  Oak Hill Christian Service Camp



Haiti Outreach Ministries

Haiti Outreach Ministries (HOM):
HOM is a ministry that has three main focuses:  Worship, Education and Healthcare.  They operate four churches, primary schools, a vocational school and a healthcare clinic.


Ian & Heidi Fry (Zimbabwe)


Ian & Heidi Fry and their four children are missionaries in Zimbabwe.  They serve with Eden Ministries.



Johnson University

phone: 865-573-4517

Johnson University (JU):
Johnson educates students for Christian ministries and other strategic vocations framed by the Great Commission in order to extend the kingdom of God among all nations.
Their vision is to bring glory to God and hope to the world by preparing promising students for excellence in Christian ministry through an affordable, community-oriented, Christ centered education.


Milligan University & Emmanuel Christian Seminary

phone: 423-461-8700

Milligan University:
Milligan is a nationally recognized Christian liberal arts college.  Located in Northeast Tennessee, Milligan offers undergraduate, master's, and degree completion programs.  Emmanuel Christian Seminary offers Graduate ministry degrees for those already working in churches and other non-profit ministries or who have a desire to.


Mountain Mission School

phone: 276-935-2954

Mountain Mission School (MMS):
Refuge and relief for children at risk, since 1921.
The MMS functions as a full care child facility (home, church and school) and operates as a non-profit, charitable organization, incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  
Since 1921, they've cared for more than 20,000 children.


Point University

phone: 1-855-37-point
Point University (PU):
PU was founded in 1937 as Atlanta Christian College, and is a private, 4 year liberal arts school preparing students to influence culture for Christ in all spheres of life- through business, church, government, arts and entertainment, education, media and family. 


Polish Christian Ministries

phone: 410-836-6102

Polish Christian Ministries (PCM):
PCM exists to encourage and coordinate the planting of New Testament churches in Poland.  It operates under the oversight of a Guidance Committee composed of individuals from supporting churches.  This work is a multi-faceted ministry involving:
-Planting Churches
-Underwriting preachers' salaries
-Providing facilities for churches
-Publishing periodicals, books, and helpful materials
-Children's education and evangelism
-Educating and equipping preachers
-Medical and relief assistance
-Various parachurch ministries


Valley Mission

phone: 540-886-4673


Valley Mission:
Shelter     Support     Hope
Valley Mission is a non-profit organization offering shelter, support, hope and God's love to the homeless.  
Basic needs of shelter, food, clothing and spiritual encouragement are provided to all. 


Waypoint Church Partners

phone: 844-849-1600

Waypoint Church Partners:
Waypoint Church Partners (Formerly Virginia Evangelizing Fellowship) is an organization that is continually pursuing "Kingdom Growth" across the Commonwealth of Virginia and state of North Carolina, by planting new churches and strengthening existing churches.


Weekday Religious Education (WRE)

Weekday Religious Education:
"Serving and Teaching the Children of Virginia in Christian Love Since 1929"  
WRE is a program wherein the public schools, with parents' written permission, release students to go to off-campus locations for Biblical instruction.  WRE has provided continuous Biblical education since 1929.
It is a non-denominational program and the Bible is the textbook.  Class time includes prayer, singing, Bible lessons, and activities.  This mission serves more than 12,000 students throughout the state of Virginia.