COVID -19 RESPONSE

Dear WHBC Family,


In a continuing effort to ensure the health and safety of all our members and guests, our church staff has prayerfully considered the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control, State, County and City governments.


We have decided to return to Sunday morning worship at 10 AM at our physical location while practicing COVID-19 protocols. We are making deliberate progress as we begin to see our Sunday morning Bible study groups return to campus.


Our end goal is to return to regular Sunday morning Bible study and worship service experience. As we proceed, we ask for your prayers, grace, patience and understanding. Many groups, including our teenagers and children, continue to meet online through various conferencing platforms. Some classes have volunteered to tentatively return to campus on Sunday morning. We will monitor the experience for these classes and will learn how we can best serve our members and guests and move forward as we strive to reach our end goal.


Members and guests will be able to continue to see the entire service on Facebook, the church website, and Vimeo.  Additionally, sermon archives will be available on the church website to watch, share or download.


Online giving is available through the website. You can make a one-time contribution or set up for regularly scheduled donation. You can also mail your tithes and donations to the church office.


Here is the church’s mailing address:


Woodland Heights Baptist Church

3712 Central Dr.

Bedford, TX 76021


You can click on any of the following links for easy access.


Church Website

Church Facebook Page

Watch Services

Online Giving - As you give online please select the Bank Account Option.


During this time our custodial staff continues to take this opportunity to disinfect all surfaces in the building. When we return to normal operations you can be assured everything will be thoroughly cleaned and safe for use.


Be strong, be courageous, be grace-giving, and in all let us bring God the glory even in these difficult times.


WHBC Staff