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Woodland Hills has hosted Project Home for eleven years now, providing emergency overflow shelter space and volunteer support for families in need. Each year has been uniquely different and rewarding but God’s faithfulness has remained the same. This spring, we witnessed many answered prayers through our amazing volunteers and the precious families residing in these four walls. We are continually reminded that love has no boundaries and home is a place we share—heart to heart. Read More 


Long Story Short

Once upon a time…
It was a dark and stormy night…
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…
These words say: settle in, it’s time for a story! Well settle in, Woodland Hills, because our summer sermon series will explore the grand narrative of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. You may think you know what happens, but there’s so much more to this story than most of us realize!… Read More 


Podrishoner Profile: Katie and Jeff Luehm

Katie and Jeff are faithful podrishoners currently working as advocates for vulnerable children and orphans in El Salvador. They were immediately drawn to Woodland Hills after listening to Greg speak about Christianity and politics on the radio program, On Being, hosted by Krista Tippett. That was in 2017, and they have been hooked ever since! Read More 


SOMA Students Graduate

In September, 2018 we launched SOMA, our School of Missional Apprenticeship, and today we celebrate the graduation of our first SOMA class! This first group of students included ten people ranging in age from 20 to 46 and hailing from seven states. SOMA was hosted in the Jordan neighborhood of North Minneapolis by Beacon of Hope Church, an African American … Read More 


Wacky Wednesdays

Wacky Wednesday is a time for your preschooler to be dropped off for fun and learning about Jesus on the second Wednesday of the month in June, July and August from 9-11:30am! Read More 


Volunteer Profile: Ashley & Brian Johnson

Woodland Hills has 232 Heroes Gate volunteers, so we asked two of them, Ashley and Brian Johnson, to answer a few questions about their experience. What brought you to Woodland Hills? Ashley: My Mom! I was probably in about 3rd grade when we first started attending Woodland. Brian: I was raised in a Lutheran Church but hadn’t been attending regular … Read More 


Volunteer Appreciation!

It is volunteer appreciation weekend, and we’d like to say thank you to all who have faithfully offered your time and abilities to serve here at Woodland Hills. We could not do this without your help! Read More 


Project Home Photos

Over the past eleven years, Woodland Hills has had the honor to act as a Project Home site for families in the area who are temporarily without housing. This year, we hosted throughout March and April. Here are some photos of an average night! Read More 


Podrishoner Profile: Tyler & Naomi Woods

Tyler and Naomi Woods start each Saturday morning with freshly brewed coffee and the latest Woodland Hills sermon. Tyler says their new routine is “absolutely one of the best decisions we’ve made. As part-time pastors in our local church with full time jobs during the week, we always look forward to kicking back and hearing a message before our week begins.” Read More 


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"I've been a WH podrishioner for several years now and I can't tell you how much it has changed my life. I came across these podcasts at a time when I was in an extremely unhealthy/abusive situation, and these teachings were immensely influential to me maintaining my faith and sanity. THANK YOU for showing me what a Jesus-looking God is like and what it means to follow Him. Many, many blessings to all of you!"

– Christina, from Oregon