Come Join Us!

You’re always welcome to join us for worship services and Bible classes any time we’re meeting. We have Bible classes for all ages, and our worship service is family-integrated so everyone can worship and grow together.

Sunday AM: 9:00 Worship, 9:35 Bible Classes, 10:20 Worship

Note: The Lord’s Supper is served during the 10:20 worship service.

Wednesday: 7:00 PM Bible Class

Please come and grow with us spiritually any time you get the chance! Our goal is to serve God and our neighbors, make the message of Jesus known, and help each other become better tomorrow than we were today.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us and we will respond as soon as we are able, or you can read more about our church family.

Digging Deeper

Digging Deeper | Steven Cuffle | Church at West Oaks

If you can’t make it to services with us, you can listen the Digging Deeper Radio Show hosted by Steven Cuffle at 10:30 am on Sunday mornings on 98.3 KULM. You can stream Digging Deeper live, visit our site for past programs, or you can subscribe to our radio podcast.

Featured Sermons | Steven Cuffle | Church at West Oaks in Columbus, Texas

From time to time, we will have special topics, passages, or a series of lessons about current events or other topics that impact our lives. Even though our times seem turbulent and changes are hard for us to predict, the word of God is timeless and enduring; it gives guidance to us no matter what is happening around us in our culture.

We do this to help God’s people “be ready to give an answer for the hope that lies within [them]” (1 Peter 3.15) and to help those seeking for answers find them in the word of God. The word of God is truth (John 17.17), and since truth never changes, we should expect to find all the answers we need in the book that God has given us (cf. 2 Peter 1.3). Let’s open the Bible and see what God is telling us about how to glorify him in our culture today.

Steven Cuffle - July 23, 2017

The Trinity

What is the Biblical teaching of the Trinity? What are some ways that we could describe it? Let's take a look at some common pictures and see if we can find a better way to help illustrate the Trinity.

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Steven Cuffle - January 3, 2016

Romans - Introduction


Paul's letter to the Romans is full of incredible, unifying truth, capable of bringing all people together in Jesus. Jews and Gentiles were arguing about which was better, how you were justified, and whether or not the customs and laws of Moses were identifying marks of God's people. Paul shows us how the righteousness of God is revealed in the Gospel of Jesus, where sin is punished and sinners are forgiven. Join us as we journey through the letter to the Romans and hear what God is telling us about our place in his kingdom!

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Paul wrote a letter to Jewish and Gentile Christians in Rome explaining how the gospel of Jesus Christ changes everything; we no longer get our identity from the Law or our past, not matter how sketchy. Instead, we get a new, glorious identity in Jesus Christ, where we have been set free from sin and are now able to serve God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. Let's dig into the letter to the Romans and see what God is teaching us!

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Paul’s letter to the Romans is one of the most popular epistles in the New Testament. It has served as a hotbed of controversy over doctrine sine the reformation in the 16th century and continue to be the center of great discussions today. It talks about topics like justification, baptism, salvation, faith, grace, works, and covers a whole host of other things.

Join us as we journey through Paul’s letter to see what God is telling about these things. Reading and learning from Romans will enrich our faith and deepen our commitment to follow God wherever he leads us. Let’s dig into the word and see what God is saying!

Importance of God’s Word

The Bible is central to everything we believe and do. There is no better guide for how to live a life that glorifies God and shows love to our neighbors than the Bible. If you love God’s word, then you’ll like what we do: all of our sermons and teaching focus on the Scriptures. If you’re looking for a place that keeps the Bible at the forefront and teaches only what God says, then you should come visit and help us worship God and grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Bring your Bible, and dive in into the word of life with us!

Expository Sermons

Most of our sermons focus on the text of Scripture rather than specific topics. Just reading through and examining the Scriptures will cover most religious topics. More importantly, when we just examine what God has said, we are more likely to hear only what God has said. While people’s opinions can be helpful, ultimately we need God’s word to guide us.

Topical Sermons

Sometimes, it’s helpful to get an overview on what the Bible teaches. For example, there are a many places in the Bible that talk about faith, works, grace and baptism. By getting a good overview of what the Bible teaches, we can gain critical insight we need when really digging into a specific text later.

Bible Study

Studying the Bible is a great way to grow closer to God. The Lord has graciously preserved his word for us so we can hear and understand his will for our lives. Our Bible studies focus on the words God has given us in the Scriptures, helping us to learn more about God and the glorious promises he has given us. We have classes for all ages, so feel free to visit us with the whole family; there’s something for everyone!


It’s not always easy to live faithfully; sometimes we struggle and we need help to overcome temptation or simply make it through our day. God knows exactly what we need, and he has given us great wisdom and help in the Bible. We offer short, devotional messages to encourage and strengthen believers in their walk with Christ. If you need a pick-me-up, encouragement, or just want to know more about God, check out our devotionals!

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