Check out the Ministries at West Court!

Here are the many ways we serve the community - whether you are looking for assistance or looking for a ministry to serve the community in - this is the place! Any and all inquiries, for assistance or for more information about a specific ministry, should be directed to the church office.

  • water distribution HAS ENDED

    West Court has been distributing bottled water since the Flint Water Crisis broke in 2014 - first as an official Point Of Distribution run by the State of Michigan, then on our own using donated money and donated water to carry on where the State of Michigan left off. Unfortunately, all donated funds have been used to purchase water and are now depleted. As more organizations bring water to Flint or donations are made through our website, we will distribute water. If you desire to make a monetary donation to support our efforts to provide water, just click here: /give. For further updates, watch our street sign and follow ABC12 News.


    Located in our facility, our food pantry serves families weekly by providing groceries (including milk, meat and even diapers). If you or someone you knows is in need please don't hesitate to contact our office. Our pantry operates by appointment with a referral from Love In The Name of Christ. Contact them at 810.235.4990 Mondays, Tuesdays 9am-2pm or Wednesdays 9am-1pm.


    Once a month, we meet to prepare a meal for the homeless shelter, My Brother's Keeper, located at 101 N Grand Traverse, Flint, MI. There is a time of sharing and then serving of the meal on-site, but some prep work may be done at the church kitchen.


    Through Forgotten Man Ministries, we are given the opportunity to enter the Genesee County Jail and supply a weekly worship service approximately four times a year.


    Weekly, on Sunday evenings, our prayer team meets in the Bigler (Todd and Stephanie) home to fervently pray over a variety of concerns. Please contact Stephanie Bigler if you would like to participate or for more information.


    Visitation is a vital ministry. Visitation is conducted for the homebound (shut-ins) and for those hospitalized. If you would like a visit, or know of someone, please contact Pastor Rob. If you'd like to become part of the visitation ministry, please see Pastor Rob.

  • Various assistance

    Whether it's a blight project, yard clean-up, house painting, delivery of water or food, there's many "little things" that we like to do to help out our community. If you need assistance with anything, please call the office!