Welcome to the White Cliff Church website! Here at WCC, we have the privilege of worshiping the one true and living God in spirit and truth. This one God exists in three persons, Father, Son, and Spirit, who working together, call men and women from their rebellion to freedom in Christ. This truth is revealed in God’s perfect written Word, the Bible. Christians are those who have turned from their sin and self and placed their faith in Jesus Christ as their only hope for salvation.
Each week, we learn more about God and how we, as the church, are to live as we work consecutively through books of the Bible together during the service. As divine instruction breathed out by God himself, I am convinced that the Bible should be explained and applied clearly and faithfully each week so that the church might be built up and guard against false teaching.
As you look around, if you have any questions, feel free to send me an email at email@example.com. We are a Southern Baptist Church, to learn more about what Southern Baptist's beleive, click on "About Us" and scroll down to the "What We Believe" heading. If you are not currently a member of a local church here in Ketchikan, we would like to take this opportunity to invite you to one of our meetings. We look forward to meeting you!
Pastor Alan McElroy
WCC Weekly Meetings
9 AM Equipping Hour (Discipleship Training)
10 AM Worship Through Singing and Expository Sermon
6 PM North Tongass Small Group | Guy Mickel
6 PM South Tongass Small Group | John Holt
6 PM The Parsonage Small Group | Pastor Alan McElroy
Noon Men's fellowship at The Landing | Josh Titus
6 PM Dinner and Study
3 PM Home Bible Study
WCC Women's Bible Study
The WCC Women's Bible Study meets the second Friday of every month at the church building. The study begins at 630 PM. All ladies 11 years and up are welcome to attend.
22 - Church meeting to discuss church government policy changes, 6 PM.
29 - Annual Ministry Safe training meeting, 6 PM.
31 - Reformation Day Sermon. Micah Gentile will preach from the Scriptures on one of the themes that was central to the Reformation.
24 - Christmas Eve Service
31 - New Years Eve musical celebration. An evening of special singing, congregational singing, and fellowship.