A church for every body 4316 Abrams Rd. Dallas TX 75214 (214) 452-3100 www.wilshirebc.org
"Jesus Shall Reign," arranged by Arnold B. Sherman, was recorded at Wilshire on February 16, 2020, and used in online worship for Sunday, April 26, 2020.
"Stay with Us" by Egil Hovland. This recording from October 20, 2019, was used as part of morning worship in Wilshire's online service for Sunday, April 26, ...
From morning worship at Wilshire on Sunday, April 26, 2020. Doug Haney, Darren DeMent and Ryan Wilson lead the congregational hymn "Leaning on the Everlastin...
From morning worship at Wilshire on Sunday, April 26, 2020. Julie Girards, minister to children, speaks with children about their feelings and experiences du...
Scripture: Luke 24:13-21, 25-35 We’re probably all doing a lot of walking right now. There’s not much else we can do that gets us out of the house while we s...
Trio and Toccata on “Hymn to Joy” arranged and played by Jeff Brummel. From morning worship at Wilshire on Sunday, April 26, 2020.
What a great video highlighting our collective work! Good job everyone!
Wilshire Baptist Church's Can You Spare a Can campaign has been a huge boost to our Food Pantry! With supply chain challenges, we are unable to currently buy food staples in bulk, so YOUR donations are keeping our shelves stocked with popular items. Drop off your items before May 3rd at one of these locations https://bit.ly/CanYouSpare or shop our Amazon Wishlist here: http://bit.ly/WCPantry
In the last two weeks our Can You Spare a Can? food drive benefiting Wilkinson Center has mobilized, collected and donated 1,760 pounds of food! We will be collecting for one more week, so it’s not too late to donate! Current needs: pasta, dried beans, cereal and canned veggies.
Hear these encouraging words from Dr. Amy Wilson, chief medical officer at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, about faith in the response to COVID-19.
Dr. Amy Wilson serves as chief medical officer for Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, part of the Baylor Scott & White system. In a message to fello...
[04/21/20] The next right thing
Here's the link to this morning's full worship service:
During the time of coronavirus containment, Wilshire is making its Sunday worship services available online only. This is the Sunday morning service for Apri...
From morning worship at Wilshire on April 19, 2020, this choral offertory recorded at Wilshire on Nov. 10, 2019. "Where Peace Has Always Been" by Michael Joh...
Scripture: John 20:19-31 When the disciples are huddled together behind closed doors in fear after the resurrection, Jesus appears to them and breathes on th...
868 pounds of food for our first week of Can You Spare a Can?! Way to go Wilshire!!
In the first week of the Can You Spare a Can? campaign, Wilshire Baptist Church has donated 866 pounds of food to Wilkinson Center's Food Pantry! What an amazing start to this awesome campaign! You can get involved by dropping off nonperishable food items at one of the 26 sites on this map: https://bit.ly/CanYouSpare
We are especially in need of cereal, spaghetti, canned vegetables, dry pinto beans, and kid's snacks. Thank you for your support!
Wednesday Bible Study for April 15, 2020
Pastoral Resident Leigh Curl leads the Wednesday study on 2 Timothy 1:3-7.
[04/15/20] Bad hair days
We made our first “Can You Spare a Can?” delivery to Wilkinson Center today. Nearly 250 lbs of food!
Did you know we have 26 collection sites where you can drop off donations?
Find your nearest location here: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1EyAferkeKKQ8B3PhhutT5PtE2GudvQU3&ll=32.924905217281086%2C-96.71560099999999&z=11
[04/14/20] Born to question
We have 26 collection sites for our neighborhood food collection, Can You Spare a Can?, that will benefit the Wilkinson Center. Our food pantries are serving more clients than ever before, so now is the time for us to step up and help stock the pantry!
The idea behind this drive is to not go out and purchase anything, but to give from what you already have. Locate your nearest collection site by clicking the google map link below.
google.com Can You Spare a Can? Collection Sites
Scripture: Colossians 3:1-4 During a time of physical distancing, we are forced to think about how life is more than our material existence. Although Christ ...
From Easter Sunday worship at Wilshire, April 12, 2020.
From Easter Sunday worship at Wilshire, April 12, 2020. Cheryl Allison sings the David Maddux arrangement of "Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee," accompanied by ...
For Easter Sunday 2020, we went back to Easter Sunday 2019 for this presentation of "Hallelujah" from Handel's "Messiah" by Wilshire's Sanctuary Choir.
Because of coronavirus containment measures, we couldn't gather for worship today and experience the traditional flinging open of the Sanctuary shutters, so ...
Selections from "Suite in D Major," by G.F. Handel, played by Bert Truax, trumpet, and Jeff Brummel, organ, for Easter Sunday 2020 at Wilshire.
Easter Sunday worship from Wilshire will go live at 11:00 a.m. April 12. Here is the link.
Easter Sunday worship from Wilshire Baptist Church. To access a PDF of the order of worship, visit www.wilshirebc.org/media.
EASTER SUNRISE WORSHIP GUIDE
We hope you will consider joining us for our Easter sunrise worship service tomorrow morning at 6:45am right here on Facebook Live. Included in this link is a worship guide that you can reference as you worship from home.
Remember to also visit our website, YouTube channel, or this page for our full Easter Sunday worship service.
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You are invited to find a quiet place to join this 13-minute journey through the Seven Last Words of Christ with Scripture, music and art.
You are invited to join us today for Maundy Thursday worship online at whatever time is best for you. We’ve created a brand-new worship experience for this year, custom-made for this time. Please consider sharing this link with others who might want to join us.
If you are able, prepare a small bowl of water for each person watching wherever you are living. You will be invited to use that water during the service.
Here’s the video link: https://youtu.be/7hgv0clQqvU
In this time of coronavirus containment, we're not able to gather in the Sanctuary for worship as we normally do on Maundy Thursday. Instead, we share this e...
#virtualispy Day 11:
Check out the answers to yesterday’s 4 image challenges with the theme of “lines”!
*NOTE*: This is the last day for our game this week as we take time together to honor these final days of Holy Week. We hope you will take part in our online opportunities for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday - all posted online through our website, Facebook, and YouTube.
Blessed Holy Week to you all!
Easter is coming
BY JEFF HAMPTON
Easter is coming. Easter is fixed on the calendar based on lunar movements and phases that have been followed for thousands of years. It is pinned to the precise clockwork of a universe that is billions of years old, and to a Creator who is timeless.
Easter is coming, with or without a pandemic. We can’t stop Easter. We can’t postpone it until later to suit our desire for pageantry and tradition. Easter is coming as scheduled, and that’s that.
Easter is coming, and the church will be quiet; the doors will be closed, the lights turned off. But Easter is not locked inside the church. Easter lives in the heart. It was breathed into each of us before we were conceived. It is ours for the having.
Easter is coming, and you can put on your Sunday best if you wish, but Easter isn’t about dressing up. It’s about come as you are, and this year, stay where you are. But more than anything, be who you are — a beloved child of God.
Easter is coming.
#virtualispy Day 10:
Today’s theme is: lines! See if you can identify these 4 images today. Add your answers/guesses in the comments.
Swipe right for the answers to yesterday’s 3 image challenges.
*NOTE*: This is the last day for our game this week as we take time together to honor these final days of Holy Week. We hope you will take part in our online opportunities for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday.
(We will post answers tomorrow for today’s challenge.)
This week's midweek Bible study includes a greeting and prayer by Ryan Wilson, music by Darren DeMent and Bible study led by Aaron Coyle-Carr.
A message to the Wilshire congregation from Senior Pastor George Mason about Holy Week worship.
#virtualispy Day 9:
Today’s theme is: art! See if you can identify these 3 images today. Add your answers/guesses in the comments.
Swipe right for the answers to yesterday’s image challenge.
More tomorrow! #wilshirebaptistchurch
#virtualispy Day 8:
Easing back in with one photo challenge for today. Add your answers/guesses in the comments.
Answers and more pictures tomorrow! #wilshirebaptistchurch
#virtualispy Day 7:
Taking some sabbath rest from our game today, but here are the answers to yesterday’s 3 image challenges.
Grace and peace to you this Palm Sunday. 🌿
More tomorrow! #wilshirebaptistchurch
Children's Palm Sunday processional
Due to the coronavirus restrictions, we had to improvise this year on the traditional children's processional with palm branches for Palm Sunday. Some of our...
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