WAMC Ministries

“Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves. Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord.”

Romans 12:10-11

Nursery and Sunday School

We deeply value the children in our church.  We enjoy worshipping with them, knowing that God is preparing them for His destiny.  During the sermon, children under 12 are invited to either go to nursery (for kids under 4) or go to Kids Church (for ages 4-11).  This is a time for them to be engaged in learning more about Jesus with lessons that are structured for their age level!  All are welcome!

Youth Group

The W.A.Y. (Wilkens Avenue Youth) group provides an excellent opportunity for young people to enjoy
Christian fellowship, Bible study, ministry opportunities, worship, games, food, and fun – together!

Youth group is led by Danny Ray and meets each Friday night during the school year.

When: Fridays 7:30 – 9:30 PM during the school year
Where: 1616 Wilkens Avenue – Baltimore, MD 21223
Who: Everyone ages 12 through 18 is welcome!

Mount Clare Christian School

The Mount Clare Christian School (MCCS) is located in Southwest Baltimore. Our neighborhood struggles with the problems facing many inner-city communities; drug addiction, drug dealing, alcoholism, violence, prostitution, and poverty.

Some of our students come from families who want to raise their children in the light of Christ. We seek to assist and and support them. Most students have little or no church experience. We seek to present the Gospel of Christ, salvation by grace through faith in Him, to all that have not heard. For those students who have placed their faith in Christ, we want to help them grow stronger in their walk with Christ. Enjoy our school video!

Truah-Prayer and Praise

At 7 PM on Thursdays you will find a group of intercessors and worshippers gathering either in the sanctuary or out on the front parking lot for “Truah.” “Truah” is a Hebrew word for “the sounding of the trumpet” or “a battle cry.”  We want to see great change in our city and we believe this will not come without our crying out in prayer to our Great God!  We use this time to praise the Name of Jesus, ask Him for insight for our city, and pray fervently for “His Kingdom to come, His Will to be done here on Earth as it is in Heaven.”  There is time for interceding for personal prayer needs, as well.  All are welcome to join us in this important ministry!

Nursery and Sunday School
Nueva Esperanza

At 5 PM every Sunday, Nueva Esperanza Baltimore, a Latino church plant, meets in our facility. We are thankful to partner together with Franconia 

Mennonite Conference in growing a church for the Spanish-speakers of our neighborhood here in Southwest Baltimore!

“Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves. Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord.”

Romans 12:10-11

Care Groups
Youth Group

The W.A.Y. (Wilkens Avenue Youth) group provides an excellent opportunity for young people to enjoy Christian fellowship, Bible study, ministry opportunities, worship, games, food, and fun – together!  Our youth group is led by a team of passionate leaders.

When: Fridays 7:30 – 9:30 PM during the school year
Where: 1616 Wilkens Avenue – Baltimore, MD 21223
Who: Everyone ages 12 through 18 is welcome!

Mount Clare Christian School

The Mount Clare Christian School (MCCS) is located in Southwest Baltimore. Our neighborhood struggles with the problems facing many inner-city communities; drug addiction, drug dealing, alcoholism, violence, prostitution, and poverty.

Some of our students come from families who want to raise their children in the light of Christ. We seek to assist and and support them. Most students have little or no church experience. We seek to present the Gospel of Christ, salvation by grace through faith in Him, to all that have not heard. For those students who have placed their faith in Christ, we want to help them grow stronger in their walk with Christ. Enjoy our school video!

Upper Room, Nursery, and Kid's Church

Each Sunday we begin our Upper Room (formerly Sunday School) time with a light breakfast from 9:45-10:15.  Then from 10:15-10:50 we read the Word together and break into small intergenerational discussion groups. 

 

We deeply value the children in our church.  We enjoy worshipping with them, knowing that God is preparing them for His destiny.  Our Upper Room time provides a special place for our children as well as adults.  

 

Our worship service starts at 11.  The children are with us during the singing portion.  During the sermon at 11:30 AM, children under 13 are invited to either go to nursery (for kids under 4) or go to Kids Church (for ages 4-11).  This is a time for them to be engaged in learning more about Jesus with lessons that are structured for their age level!  All are welcome!

Truah-Prayer and Praise

At 7 PM on Thursdays you will find a group of intercessors and worshippers gathering either in the sanctuary or out on the front parking lot for “Truah.” “Truah” is a Hebrew word for “the sounding of the trumpet” or “a battle cry.”  We want to see great change in our city and we believe this will not come without our crying out in prayer to our Great God!  We use this time to praise the Name of Jesus, ask Him for insight for our city, and pray fervently for “His Kingdom to come, His Will to be done here on Earth as it is in Heaven.”  There is time for interceding for personal prayer needs, as well.  All are welcome to join us in this important ministry!

Harvest Time Ministry

In partnership with Petra Church in Pennsylvania, every Tuesday from June to October from 1:00 - 2:30 PM we will distribute fresh and free vegetables to families in our neighborhood who have signed up.  Our desire is to share freely from what God has freely given us - both physical food that brings health to our bodies and spiritual food (through Jesus Christ) that brings us into restored relationship with our Heavenly Father.

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Narcotics Anonymous

Every Thursday evening from 8:30 – 9:30, Search for Serenity meets in our facility.  On beautiful summer evenings they are out on our parking lot with their tiki torches, on cold winter evenings, they faithfully meet in our church basement, reminding each other of the importance of staying strong in their fight against drug addiction.

Note:  While Wilkens Avenue Mennonite Church and Narcotics Anonymous are not affiliated, we do work together in a spirit of cooperation to love and help those who are struggling with drug addiction in our neighborhood.

Narcotics Anonymous

Every Thursday evening from 8:30 – 9:30, Search for Serenity meets in our facility.  On beautiful summer evenings they are out on our parking lot with their tiki torches, on cold winter evenings, they faithfully meet in our church basement, reminding each other of the importance of staying strong in their fight against drug addiction.

Note:  While Wilkens Avenue Mennonite Church and Narcotics Anonymous are not affiliated, we do work together in a spirit of cooperation to love and help those who are struggling with drug addiction in our neighborhood.

Narcotics Anonymous

Every Thursday evening from 8:30 – 9:30, Search for Serenity meets in our facility.  On beautiful summer evenings they are out on our parking lot with their tiki torches, on cold winter evenings, they faithfully meet in our church basement, reminding each other of the importance of staying strong in their fight against drug addiction.

Note:  While Wilkens Avenue Mennonite Church and Narcotics Anonymous are not affiliated, we do work together in a spirit of cooperation to love and help those who are struggling with drug addiction in our neighborhood.

Narcotics Anonymous

Every Thursday evening from 8:30 – 9:30, Search for Serenity meets in our facility.  On beautiful summer evenings they are out on our parking lot with their tiki torches, on cold winter evenings, they faithfully meet in our church basement, reminding each other of the importance of staying strong in their fight against drug addiction.

Note:  While Wilkens Avenue Mennonite Church and Narcotics Anonymous are not affiliated, we do work together in a spirit of cooperation to love and help those who are struggling with drug addiction in our neighborhood.

Wilkens Avenue Mennonite Church

(410) 989-5023 (Please leave a message)

1616 Wilkens Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21223

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