Everyone is welcome.
We think with our heart and our mind.
Our creed is love.
We honor all paths to the Holy.
We are an inclusive people openly welcoming persons of all sexual orientation, gender, gender identity/expression, race, ethnicity, socio-economic status or any other designation of individuals who have known the pain of exclusion and discrimination by the church and society. We declare ourselves to be an Open and Affirming congregation, professing that all people are God’s children and deserve full inclusion in the life, leadership, ministry, fellowship, worship, sacraments of communion and baptism, as well as the church rites of marriage, death, and ordination, and the responsibilities, and blessings of participation in our congregation. With open hearts, open minds, and open doors, we invite anyone who seeks God’s amazing grace to join our church family. As Disciples, we find identity at the Lord’s table, practicing open communion for all and embracing our mission of building bridges of grace from the welcome table to every table.
Offering/Donations to WFCC
Make an Offering
For those who are unable to attend our Sunday service and wish to make an offering, please mail your contribution to:
Attn: Treasurer, WFCC
P. O. Box 147
Wake Forest, NC 27588
We greatly appreciate your offering as it allows us to sustain our many activities for our church family and outreach into the community. It also allows us to support our mission partners who do so much good work locally and beyond. Please see our Missions Tab for more information on those partners.
Blessed are the ones who do not know,
who do not see,
who do not understand,
who do not sense,
who feel used up, who are clueless.
Do you know how you are blessed?
You are blessed because God is surrounding you,
invading you to the point there is no escape.
What a blessing!
J. David Griffin, Minister
We Are a Certified Green Chalice Congregation
What Does That Mean?
Wake Forest Christian Church Is committed to Honoring and Preserving God's Creation.
What We Do
In the day to day activities of the Church, we strive to be mindful of recycling, composting, and making purchases that derive from sustainable practice.