Baptism is a sacrament administered by the church. It is the door through which followers of Christ enter the church by renouncing sin and pledging their loyalty to Christ. Because we are saved by grace through faith in Christ, one does not have to be baptized in order to be saved. Through baptism we begin our journey toward personal and communal transformation. Do you want to be baptized at Windsor Village? Click here for more information. If you have any additional questions, please contact Nekia Williams.
Coaching & Counseling Department
The Windsor Village Coaching & Counseling Department is committed to walking with you through life’s issues both past and present. We are dedicated to offering you scripturally sound truths and tools which will help and empower you to lead an Overcoming Holistic Life. Learn how to face your fears, hurts, and wounds. Click here to Get Help.
Our Comfort & Care Ministry provides support for bereaved members of the Windsor Village Church Family at their request. More Help with Funerals. Our support assistance includes:
• Offering help and guidance through the grief process
• Offering suggestions for the final steps needed in burying your loved one
• Offering suggestions for the Order of Service format, if the Home Going Celebration is held at Windsor Village
• Providing a minister to officiate at the funeral and/or wake
The Windsor Village Church Family cares about our sick, shut-in or hospitalized members and friends. We provide prayer, fellowship and spiritual support in person or over the phone. Click here to Get Help.
Marriage is an awesome blessing from the Lord. If you are interested in having your wedding ceremony at one of our facilities or would like to request that one of our Pastors perform your wedding ceremony, we can help if you or your future spouse is a member of Windsor Village by clicking here.
Things to Know
All couples whose wedding ceremony will be performed by a Windsor Village Pastor must complete a Pre-Marital Workshop. Download information on our workshops.
Click here to register for a workshop.
We make prison visitations, write letters to inmates, and provide “care packages” to men and women at local transitional sites. We also visit and mentor youth detainees, provide bibles, and other approved books to HCJD centers. And we are part of a support network for spouses, and caregivers affected by the incarceration of a family member. Learn More or tell us how can we help?
When funds are available, our Social Services Department may be able to provide rent and mortgage assistance. Appointments are scheduled only on Monday’s from 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM and on a “first call, first served” basis. Please call 713-551-8792 to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins will not be seen. The following documentation is required to receive rental/mortgage assistance: (NO EXCEPTIONS)
• Current lease or mortgage statement (statement must be in applicant’s name)
• Eviction or late notice
• Valid State issued DL or ID card
• Social Security card for each household member
• Proof of income (last check stub, award letters for disability, SSI, unemployment, food stamps, etc.)
Due to limited funding, applicants can only receive rental/mortgage assistance from Social Services once per calendar year. Should you have any questions, please contact us at 713-551-8792 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Windsor Village Veterans Assistance and Support Ministry
The Windsor Village Veterans Ministry (WVVM) provides assistance and support to veterans and their families. If you need help with VA benefits or are you looking for support and assistance in other areas click here.