At WMBC we’ve identified five milestones in your child’s life that we think are important to celebrate as a family. Milestones are key discipleship moments in your child or teen that can launch them forward in their relationship with Jesus!

Child Dedication at WMBC is an opportunity for parents to declare their desire to raise their child to know and love Jesus and invite their community to be part of this discipling journey.  The event is a 3 part process where parents hear about Child D and what it means to dedicate their child, come together for an orientation, and then attend the event with family and friends to celebrate this milestone.

Starting school is a huge event in the life of a child—and their parents.  We believe this is a milestone worth celebrating and walking alongside parents as their family transitions from preschool to school routines.  We’d like to take the opportunity to acknowledge this milestone and bless you and your family by praying for you on stage during our Sunday Worship Service. We also have a little care package for you and your kindergartner!

We believe every child should have the opportunity to own the most important book they’ll ever read – the Bible!  We also believe that parents are the ones to connect their child to the word of God.  WMBC provides the Bibles and we partner with parents so they present it to them. This event is open to all families with kids in grade 2.

There is nothing more powerful than the transfer of a blessing from parent to child. Particularly as your child turns thirteen, we want to encourage and equip you as parents to mark that transition and give your teen the gift of a Blessing Ceremony. It’s a wonderful opportunity to say to your teen, “I’m no longer going to view you or treat you as a child. This begins a new part of our relationship where we begin to give you permission and opportunity to operate like a young adult.” Let’s launch our teens into adulthood with Kingdom identity and purpose!

Graduating from High School is such an exciting moment in the lives of our kids. Our Graduation celebration lets our grade 12 students know that we are proud of them, that they are worth celebrating, and we are committed to walking with them into the future.