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Who We Are

Weirton Heights Church of Christ

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Weirton Heights Church of Christ is a community made up of people from all walks of life who have experienced the transformative power of the Gospel. We've heard the good news of Jesus' sacrifice on the Cross (Romans 10:17), believed in Him as the Son of the living God (John 3:16), repented and turned from our past lives of sin (Luke 13:3-5), openly confessed our faith in Jesus Christ, the Son of God and Savior of our souls (Romans 10:9-10), and received the cleansing of our sins through baptism (Acts 2:38, Mark 16:16).

We warmly invite you to visit our congregation. You'll not only find a welcoming community but also the opportunity to live in accordance with the teachings of Jesus, who promises a crown of life to those who remain faithful (Revelation 2:10). Come and be part of our journey as we live out the message of Christ in our daily lives.

The front face of the Weirton Heights Church of Christ building, front lawn, and luscious landscaping in front of the building

What We Believe

Our faith is grounded in the firm belief that there is a living God who is very much present in our lives, filling us with hope and trust in His guidance (Psalm 46:10). God reveals himself to us in the Bible as God the Father, God the Son (Jesus) and God the Holy Spirit (Matt. 28:19-20). We find reassurance in the scriptures which remind us that "In Him we live and move and have our being," (Acts 17:28). We're dedicated to fostering a deep connection with the living God, whose love was revealed through sending His Son to bring us abundant life and eternal purpose (1 John 4:9).

Our conviction is that salvation is a completely free and undeserved gift, a reflection of God's grace (Ephesians 2:8-9), accessible exclusively through Jesus (Acts 4:12). This gift of salvation is extended to every individual who embraces Jesus (Romans 1:16). As an essential part of this journey, God requires us to demonstrate our faith by making a sincere commitment to repentance—turning away from sin—and being immersed in baptism (Acts 2:38).

Meet Our Team

Steve Smithbauer - Minister

Sally Rutter - Secretary

Tina Needham - Custodian

Tim Needham - Custodian

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