Community Worship Center was founded out of a desire of the community to have a place to worship. Originally called Full Gospel Church, plans were made to build a church in 1931 with the doors opening in 1932. Ground was broke for our current facility in August of 1981 with multiple additions and remodels since then. In 2006 we opened our new Auditorium with a Coffee shop and converted our previous Auditorium into a Youth Center for Mpact Youth.
We believe that God has mandated for the church to be missional.
In other words, we have a purpose that has been given by God for us to
accomplish. We have adopted two primary Scriptures that define our mission:
1. The Great Commandment - Matthew 22:36-40 NIV
"Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?" Jesus replied: " 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments."
2. The Great Commission - Matthew 28:18-20
Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."
From these scriptures, our Elders have adopted the following mission statement:
We exist to glorify God as we develop an authentic community of believers who are growing in faith and fellowship, character and commitment, ministry and mission; who in turn aggressively seek to include the spiritually lost in our circle of love and ministry so they can find Christ as their personal Savior and grow as His disciples.
The staff and leadership here at Community Worship Center is comprised of men and women who love, care and pray for every single person in the church. If you have any questions for any of our staff, feel free to reach out and email them or call our church office at (806)435-2506 to speak with them. For general information, you can email email@example.com
Office: (806) 435-2506 x.1 Mobile: (703) 346-9874
Kevin has served at CWC Perryton since July 2017 as the Senior Pastor. Kevin is responsible for the overall ministry and operation of Community Worship Center. This responsibility includes all CWC churches: Perryton, Zambia and Malawi. Kevin is grateful to have wonderful staff and pastoral partners to help lead the various aspects of Community Worship Center.
Kevin grew up in Irving, Texas where his parents raised him in a home that honored Christ and modeled healthy Christian living. They served his church and community in various ways, utilizing their spiritual gifts and skills. Kevin professed faith in Jesus at 9 years old. God continues transforming and equipping him to participate in His redemptive work. Kevin affirmed a call to vocational ministry at age 17 and God provides ongoing opportunities to serve in various ways, including children’s, youth, and pastoral ministry. Kevin is grateful for God’s calling and equipping to serve.
Kevin and Krista were married in August of 1993 and enjoy two wonderful adult children who profess faith in Christ and follow Him in dynamic ways. They have one dog, Chewbacca, who loves short walks and hanging with the family. Their family enjoys adventures together and a good movie!
Office: (806) 435-2506 x.2
Jason is the Associate Pastor of Missions, Outreach and Operations. Jason grew up by a little town in central Indiana and gave his Heart to Christ at age 3. Jason graduated from Oral Roberts University in 1998 and came on staff at CWC in 2001. His favorite things outside of church are to build and create with wood, 3d printing and vinyl. Jason spends much of his time helping others through being a volunteer fire fighter/EMT and through him and his wife’s charity Karter’s Dream. Jason is married with 2 children, 2 dogs, 2 horses and many fish. A fun fact about him would be that part of his family heritage is Amish which is probably where Jason gets some of his love for wood working.
Office: (806) 435-2506 x.3
Philip Vivirito has the awesome job of serving the students in grades 6th-12th and their families. Philip is originally from Northern Virginia, but now I call Texas my home! I graduated from a small school in the Virginia Beach area called Christopher Newport University with a degree in Philosophy and Religious Studies along with a minor in Sociology and Judeo-Christian Studies. Philip is currently working towards his master’s in Theological Studies and hopes to one day have a PhD in Theology.
Before serving at CWC Philip was the NexGen Pastor at a church in Woodbridge, VA for 4 years. Philip accepted Christ when he was about 12 years old and felt called into full-time ministry when he was 18 years old. Philip loves to hang out with friends, play Spikeball, ultimate frisbee, and relax on the beach or in the mountains. A fun fact about him is that he has the same name as his dad, grandpa, and great grandpa. Philip is married to an amazing woman named Kaitlyn and together they have an infant son and a golden retriever named Maggie who loves to play fetch and swim.
Office: (806) 435-2506 x.4
Tim Snell is our Associate Pastor of Worship and leads our team in creating the Sunday morning worship experience. He and his wife Teresa have 2 children, Rachel and Evan. Originally from Cabot, Arkansas Tim received Christ at a young age and always felt a call to serve in worship and tech ministries. After graduating college with a degree in business administration, he started serving in worship ministries eventually leading him and his family to CWC. In his free time he enjoys recording in his home studio, woodworking, and hanging out with his family. He loves Apple products, exploring new restaurants, and going on dates and trips with Teresa.
Office: (806) 435-2506 x.5
My name is Shannon Waterbury and I am excited to be serving as CWC's Minister of Children and Families. I grew up a pastor's daughter in the small town of Eustace, TX. I professed faith in Jesus at a young age, but the Lord really took hold of my life in college. I was surrounded by like-minded, passionate worshippers who studied and believed the God of the Bible. The Lord awakened a passion for His word and sharing His goodness with others through worship, study and conversation.
Teaching has always been a gift and desire, so I pursued a career in education and have taught in public school in San Antonio for 5 years. I took time off to start our family with my amazing husband, Bryan and our three precious children, Michael Paul, Tatum, and Abby. The Lord opened up an opportunity for me to teach and disciple 2nd and 3rd graders for the past 4 years at Perryton Christian Academy. The Lord called me to leave my PCA family to continue the work of discipling the next generation, supporting families in exercising their God-given authority to lead their children to know the love Jesus, and work with another staff passionate about seeing the Gospel transform lives here, for eternity!
Interesting facts: I taught English in China and had our 3rd child in our living room.
Office: (806) 435-2506 x.6
Mareta Walker, joined the staff of CWC as their Administrative Assistant in the fall of 2019. Today, she serves as our Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper. Mareta was born and raised predominately in Southern California. After moving with family to Oklahoma in her teens, she settled and has spent the majority of her adult life in the panhandles of Oklahoma and Texas. With a wellspring of interest – from raising a family, to ranching, farming, bookkeeping, hospice, hospitality, and more – Mareta is known as a truth seeker and a truth teller. Through the challenges of life, she shares her journey, encouraging others, sharing ongoing hope and healing through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
A long time student and leader of women’s Bible Studies, as well as leader of a small group, she shares her sincere passion for God’s Word. Mareta is the mother of two grown children, a son and daughter along with their spouses, and is grandmother to three granddaughters.
Office: (806) 435-2506 x.7
Kaitlyn serves as the Office Manager/Administrative Assistant at Community Worship Center. Kaitlyn was born in Herndon, VA where she came to Christ around 15 years old. As a Sophomore in high school Kaitlyn received a soccer scholarship which led her to Western Carolina University upon graduation in 2011. Unfortunately, she suffered a major knee injury which diminished her ability to play at that competitive level and had to make the hard decision whether to stay at Western Carolina University or transfer. After completing 1 year at Western Carolina University she decided to transfer back closer to home and began going to Christopher Newport University where she ultimately met her wonderful husband Philip. She graduated from Christopher Newport University in 2015 from the Luter School of Business with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing.
Kaitlyn and Philip have been married since October 2018, have an infant son named Philip and a 6 year old Golden Retriever named Maggie. Kaitlyn loves spending her spare time with family and friends, going hiking and relaxing at the beach/lake.
Office: (806) 435-2506 x.8
Logan is currently serving as the Director of Community Life for CWC Perryton. He is responsible for the development and the supervision of Small Groups as well as resourcing and supporting all Small Group Leaders. Logan previously served as a Student Intern with CWC and is thankful for the opportunity to continue serving CWC alongside the staff and pastors.
Logan was born in Irving, Texas but moved to Northern Virginia at an early age. He was raised in a God-fearing home by godly parents who served faithfully in church. Logan professed faith in Jesus Christ at the age of 6 and was baptized shortly thereafter. Over the years, God continued to work to bring a truer knowledge of Christ and a deeper affection for God through the Spirit. Logan affirmed a call to vocational ministry at 18 years old and has been receiving an education to faithfully and wisely carry out that calling.
Logan has two loving parents and a wonderful sister, as well as one dog named Chewbacca. One fun fact about Logan is that he is clearly the undisputed champion of card and board games at the Britton House. Some of Logan’s hobbies include frisbee and reading puritans.