Welcome to Westgate

At Westgate, relationships are very important. Jesus explained in Matthew 22:37-40 that the greatest purpose of our life is to focus on relationships. He said love God completely, and love your neighbor as yourself. Everything else is secondary.

If you’re looking for a church that emphasizes a great relationship with God and meaningful relationships with others, come join us and help us make relationships matter most!

Best Wishes,
Raymond McHenry, Pastor




Westgate Memorial Baptist Church

6220 Westgate Drive

Beaumont, TX 77706




What time does service start? 

Sunday School starts at 9:30 and our worship service starts at 10:45. If you have children you may want to arrive 15 min early to get them checked into our Childrens department. 

How long is service? 

The worship service is typically 1 hour and 15 minutes.


What Should I Wear to service? 

Dressing up is not a requirement to attend worship at Westgate! You will see some in their "Sunday Best" but you will also see some in slacks and a casual shirt, or even jeans. We believe that the most important part of Sunday mornings is showing up to worship God.

What are your office hours? 

Our church office is open Monday-Friday 8:00-4:00. If you would like to meet with one of our pastors please call 409-866-3417 ahead of time to make sure they will be available.


Where do my kids go?

The Check-in desk for Westgate Kids is at the north entrance of the church. When you enter the parking lot from Westgate Dr., follow the drive to the back of the building and you will see an entrance with a covered driveway. This is the door you will enter to find the check-in desk where a greeter will meet you at the door. Once we get your child checked in with a name badge, we will escort you and them to their Sunday school classroom so that you can meet their teacher.

What is service like?

Our worship service begins with a time of worship led by our choir and orchestra. The music is a mix of traditional and contemporary music, but always encourages true worship. After worship, there is a message given by a pastor. The service ends with a time of invitation, offering, and announcements