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About Us

FAQ

When are services?

We’re holding in-person and live-streamed worship services, both at 10am on Sundays!  Learn more about in-person services at whchurch.org/together-again, or our livestream at whchurch.org/live. We hope you can join us either way!

What is there for my kids?

Heroes Gate is our church’s version of “Sunday school.”  It is a fun, age-appropriate, Bible-based, faith-and relationship-building program for kids ages 18 months to 6th grade. We call it Heroes Gate because we believe that every child has the potential to become a hero that makes a real difference in the world by loving like Jesus. Learn more about Heroes Gate here.

How do I join the church?

At Woodland our version of church membership is called Covenant Partnership, and we’d love to have you join us as we seek to follow the calling God has for our church. We take this commitment seriously, so we offer an 8-week Discover Covenant Partnership class that offers preparation and background for those interested in becoming Covenant Partners.

For more information about Covenant Partnership, click here.

How can I meet people at Woodland?

Navigate to the “Get Involved” section of the site to find out about how you can get plugged in. Joining a Gathering Group is a great way to meet others and discuss the sermons each week! Feel free to contact us if you have specific questions on how to meet others.

How do I get involved in what Woodland Hills is doing?

The easiest way to get involved here is to volunteer for one of our ministries. We have a handy search tool that will help you find opportunities that will fit your passion, giftedness and availability. Click here to get started! Please note that during this time, many of our volunteer opportunities are not needed/applicable, and thus not listed.

What denomination is Woodland?

We were established in 1992 in cooperation with Converge Worldwide, but over the years we discovered and established more significant connections with Anabaptist groups. In late 2019 we officially became non-denominational, but value our relationships with various churches and networks.

If you want a more in-depth sense of our theology, check out our Beliefs page, or listen to some sermons. For those interested in our theological orientation, we recommend you start with our Tapestry and Kindred sermon series.

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"Thank you for all that you are doing during these uncertain times.  My family and I live in California, but your podcast and live service broadcasts have been a source of strength for us as we navigate COVID and social justice.  I can’t tell you how much we appreciate your fearlessness and openness in addressing these “hot button” issues."

– Ryan, from California