Welcome to Westfield Friends Church

We hope that this site might be helpful in getting to know us. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to our office. Consider joining us as we gather together on Sunday mornings.

A Message from Pastor Josh Cortez

Hebrews 10:24–25 (CSB)

24 And let us consider one another in order to provoke love and good works, 25 not neglecting to gather together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging each other, and all the more as you see the day approaching.



We read both in the Old and New Testament that God’s people gathered. Luke writes of the early church in Acts not just gathering but living life with one another. One of my desires is to see and help foster that same type of church family. I hope that we, as a community, not just gather on Sunday morning, but that we are living life with one another. Being intentional in this way is how we can weather the storms that might come and celebrate joyously in seasons of rejoicing.


Sunday Morning

In the bible, we see a large gathering of God’s people. For you and I this is often the weekly Sunday morning service. It is in this space that we gather to worship in several ways. We sing, listen, sit, share, and give by the leading of the Holy Spirit. This is a time and space where, we as God’s people can come together so that we might be energized, equipped, and empowered to go into the world to reach out to the lost and help them know Jesus.


Small Group

Another way we gather is in small groups. We see this type of gathering in the New Testament as brothers and sisters in Christ would meet, break bread, study, and uplift one another. Our aim is to do the same. In these smaller groups, we can dive in a bit deeper both biblically in a study and relationally in conversation and prayer for one another. In these spaces, we can begin to walk with one another in a more purposeful way.


I would encourage you to be a part of the community here at WFC. Find ways to be a part of both the larger gathering of believers on a Sunday morning and a smaller group of believers so that you might begin to experience the community as it was intended in scripture.

For more info on small groups please reach out to the church office.


We are born helpless. As soon as we are fully conscious, we discover loneliness. We need others physically, emotionally, and intellectually. We need them if we are to know anything, even ourselves.

C. S. Lewis


Upcoming Events

Mark your calendars for these great events coming up.

Growing Young Workshop
9:00AM | Maple Run Friends Church
Serve With Us
We believe serving is both a privilege and an act of worship. Through volunteering, we grow closer to our church family and become more like Jesus as we use our God-given gifts to bless others.