Join us this spring on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for Cultivate, a night of several different classes designed to help you grow and meet other people from Woodland Hills at the same time! Child care is available.
Posts by "Trevor Ford"
Echo is our student ministry for 7th-12th graders. God has brought together a mix of talented adults and students to lead the weekly musical worship for Echo, and they’ve recorded a CD!
Parents, take the night off knowing your children are having a great time! Parent Night Out is on Tuesday, February 12 from 6:00-8:30pm here at the church.
Tagged as Beatitudes, Blessed Revolution, Empathy, Mercy, Purity
As we continue our series on the beatitudes, we find an increasing understanding of what it means to be a follower of Jesus. In this sermon, Greg talks about mercy and being pure in heart. He also shows how God doesn’t reward us for being merciful and being pure in heart, but there are natural, good consequences in doing these things.
Tagged as Alpha Types, Anger, Blessed Revolution, Bruxy, Meekness
Church history has been painted and made by angry, alpha types. Whether it was governments or church leaders, it seems that we find violent, power-hungry attitudes throughout history. In this sermon, Bruxy Cavey teaches the importance of dealing with the temptation of anger.
The Father of Lights Film is coming to Woodland on September 28! Come to see some of the most amazing God encounters ever put on film, and experience the heart of God.
Tagged as classes, events
Join us on Tuesdays this fall for Cultivate, a night of several different classes designed to help you meet people and grow. Free child care is available.
Tagged as events, Q&A, questions, Sermons, Theology
During our weekend services twice this summer, we’re planning to mix things up a bit! We’ll be hosting Q&A sessions with Greg Boyd, our Senior Pastor, and Paul Eddy, our Teaching Pastor.
Tagged as events, Q&A, Sermon Series, Tapestry, Theology
Our most recent Q&A was on Tuesday, May 22. We wrapped up the Tapestry series by answering your lingering questions about how Woodland’s beliefs have been formed.
Not that we could ever adequately express our gratitude for all volunteers contribute around here, but here’s a little ditty we used in our services last weekend to say “Thank you friends for all you doooo!”