2021 Annual Report

2021
Annual
Report

Making New. Making Great.

2,588
Lives changed by deciding to follow Jesus.
155
Proclaimed new life in Christ through baptism.

Community

177
People welcomed into Membership at Westover
122
Children Dedicated

Life Groups

91
Total Active Groups
975
Total Participants
18
New In 2021
2021 Annual Report

Worship

Average Worship Attendance

3,598
Weekends
483
First Wednesday

Financials

Income Income
  • Tithes & Offerings – $6,855,836
  • Kingdom Builders Fund – $814,167
  • Ministries – $222,717
  • Other – $723,945

TOTAL INCOME: $8,616,665

  • Ministries & Events – $2,928,909
  • Operations – $1,393,237
  • Facilities & Debt Reduction – $939,540
  • Kingdom Builders & Sports Outreach – $924,512
  • Expansion Projects – $1,003,439
  • Administrative – $1,056,131

Total Expenses: $8,245,767

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  • Ministries & Events – $2,928,909
  • Operations – $1,393,237
  • Facilities & Debt Reduction – $939,540
  • Kingdom Builders & Sports Outreach – $924,512
  • Expansion Projects – $1,003,439
  • Administrative – $1,056,131

Total Expenses: $8,245,767

Other Information

  • Loan Balances – $8,869,694

Expansion & Projects

  • Auditorium Cameras, Lighting & Equipment – $226,881
  • Sports Complex Walking Trail, Lighting & Electrical – $217,020
  • Sports Complex Sports Court & Other Improvements – $196,185
  • Chapel Renovations – $184,707
  • Student Center Renovations – $117,219
  • Other Capital Projects – $61,427
Total: $1,003,439

Projects were completely paid in cash from Kingdom Builder offerings and from cash reserves. No additional long term debt was incurred.

Leadership

(R) – means Re-elected
(N) – means New

2022 Council of Advisors:

  • Josh Alquiza
  • Dacia Benton
  • Lawrence Cavaness (R)
  • Albert Charles (N)
  • Anna Garcia
  • Blake Gilliland (R)
  • Angela Hendrix (R)
  • Rob Mack
  • Daniel Mitchell
  • Nathern Okilwa
  • Jenn Staley-Sanchez
  • Erik Stagner (R)

Budget & Finance Committee:

  • Rodney Haglund – Chairperson
  • Tracie Edmond
  • Maria Deibert
  • Lisa Bolling
  • Edith Ramirez

2022 Deacons:

  • Walter & Diana Alldredge
  • Paul & Trini Arguijo
  • Gabriel & Esmeralda Bielmas (N)
  • Frankie & Bernadette Benitez
  • Patrick & Lois Britton
  • Ruben & Carmen Cabello
  • Pat & Lauraine Caruana
  • Rick & Karen Cavaness
  • Rob & Maria Deibert
  • Larry & Tracie Edmond (N)
  • Ray & Cindy Escobedo
  • David & Gloria Evans
  • Jimmy Garrett
  • Rodney & Sue Haglund
  • Chris & Nicole Hale (N)
  • Corey & Audrey Harbert
  • Charlie & Toy Hicks
  • Rob & JoAnn Hicks
  • Rufus & Le’Keisha Johnson (N)
  • Jay & Molly Kroum
  • Greg & Annie Marshall
  • Anthony & Janice McGrew
  • Jon & Erika Morgan (N)
  • Nef & Pam Ozuna
  • Noe & Geneva Perez
  • Rosemary Pesina
  • Ronnie & Nicole Rainey
  • Jerry & Espie Rangel
  • Joe & Annette Rios
  • Danny Ruiz-Rosario & Jennifer Ruiz-Garcia
  • Art & Cynthia Scudder
  • Jeremiah & Christa Simmons
  • John & Oralia Waldron
  • Michael & Nicole Washington
  • Debbie Wolford

Outreach

Westover Hills gave
$924,512
to support Kingdom Builders and outreach initiatives.

Outreach Summary

  • Kingdom Builders Giving – $915,536
  • Kingdom Builders & Outreach Support – $1,077,547

Highlighted Projects

Convoy of Hope – One Day To Feed The World
$177,000
Westover Sports Outreach
$173,300
Westover Field of Lights Outreach
$162,768
Westover Cares
$102,610
Priority One Africa
$50,000
World Missions Support
$40,220
Disaster Relief Projects
$25,010
Additional Westover Support Directly To One Child Matters
$160,700
Westover Hills opened a warming station and gave out $40,000 in gift cards to assist those in the community affected by the winter snow storm.
Westover Hills welcomed over 1,500 members of our community to our annual Easter Egg Hunt.
Westover Hills celebrated 35 years in ministry.
Westover Cares, along with our Student Ministry, handed out school supplies to three schools in our area reaching over 2,000 students.
Westover Hills opened our new half-mile walking trail for the community to use.
Our first ever Field of Lights opened to the public, welcoming over 2,800 families onto our campus.

Westover Cares Outreach

$102,610
  • San Antonio Winter Storm Community Benevolence
  • School Outreach – Back to School Supplies
  • Food Distributions – Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway
  • Westover Cares Community Serve Day
  • Disaster Relief Support

Westover Field of Lights Outreach

$162,768

Sharing the Hope of Christmas with our community:

  • 14,700 People Reached
  • 148 Bibles given away
  • 7 salvations at the event
  • Hundreds of attendees received prayer
  • 188 new families attending Westover

Westover Sports Outreach

2021 Sports Participants Information

2,470
Adults
2,559
Kids/Youth
5,029
Total Sports Participants
82
Active Sports Volunteers
35,958
Headcount (Player + Spectator)
11,417

Westover Sports 2020 Attendance