When I was growing up in the suburbs of Denver, my family only attended church on Easter, and my sisters and brothers and I were sporadic in our attendance at Sunday school. As I entered high school, through the love and care of some adults in my neighborhood, I began attending the Presbyterian Church. At that church I encountered people who cared about me, who shared their brokenness with one another, and who were excited about their faith. I became hungry for what they had and was introduced, through their love, to a relationship with Jesus Christ. I joined that church through the “Experiment in Christian Caring” class and began to discover a model of relational style of ministry. West Hills is a church that seeks to show Christ’s love for those both inside and outside its walls through our care for one another. Our caregiving is shown through a ministry of presence, that no one should ever have to face a crisis alone; a ministry of listening, where people feel heard and understood; and a ministry that is unashamedly Christ-centered, that real hope may be available to all. We hope West Hills is a place where you will feel Christ’s care through His people.