Bus Ministry

Brady Wheeler, Bus Ministry Director

WHBC is blessed to offer transportation to and from church services.  A team of more than 20 trained bus drivers and monitors make up our transportation team.  These individuals volunteer many hours of their own time every week in order to provide transportation to those wishing to attend our church services.  The mission of the WHBC bus ministry is first and foremost to glorify Jesus Christ, and to provide safe and efficient transportation to and from church services.

WHERE DO THE B– USES RUN?
Route 1: FM 968 from I-20 to Lansing Switch Road.
  Includes portions of the Callahan Addition and Shady Brook, Daystar, and Cornerstone Mobile Home Parks
Route 2: Hwy. 80 from Loop 281 to east side of Hallsville City Limit Line. Includes Tall Pines, The Oaks, Timberbrook, and Hillcrest Mobile Home Parks, Pinehurst Apartments, and the City of Hallsville NORTH of the railroad tracks.
Route 3: Whitehurst Road, Big Oak Mobile Home Park, and the Sandalwood Addition.
Route 4: Senior Adult route
. Contact the church for more information concerning pickup locations and times.
Route 5: Firetower Road, the City of Hallsville SOUTH of the railroad tracks, and portions of Longview Heights.

WHEN DO THE B– USES RUN?
Wednesday Nights:
All routes run and pickup in the above listed areas.  During the school year, all buses run between 5:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.  Summer pickup times will vary.  Contact the church for more specific pickup times.
Sunday mornings: At the current time, one route runs to pickup riders that indicate on Wednesday night that they would like to ride on Sunday morning.  During the academic year, a bus will offer pickup for Letourneau University students seeking transportation to and from church.  Also, the senior adult route (Route 4) makes its regular run.
Sunday nights: The senior adult route (Route 4) makes its regular run.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO RIDE? Riding the church bus to Woodland Hills Baptist Church is a privilege offered to anyone age 4 (PreK) and above wishing to attend services at Woodland Hills Baptist Church.  Church bus routes and times accommodate the needs of Woodland Hills Baptist Church.  Riders will behave and respect the instructions of the bus driver, monitor, and adults while on the church bus and while on the church property.  Riders who demonstrate their inability to ride the church bus in a safe manner will be corrected by the driver and/or monitor.  Bus riding privileges can and will be revoked if the rider’s behavior so warrants.

This list of “safe bus rider rules” are enforced on the bus and on the church property.

  • Enter and Exit Safely
  • Remain Seated
  • Keep body parts inside the windows
  • Riders will only be dropped off at the location in which they boarded the bus
  • Stay on assigned bus and areas on church property
  • Do not harm anyone
  • No food or drink allowed on bus
  • Use of profanity or destruction of church property will not be tolerated

Riders will only be dropped off at the location in which they boarded the bus.

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