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Spring Events

Warmer days ahead! We have a lot of fun things happening this Spring, in fact, there’s something for everyone! Read More 


New Series: Unraveling Truth

“What is truth?” Pilate asked Jesus, and his question is still relevant today. Many of us believe we have moved beyond an age of absolutes, and that one person’s reality is just as good as another’s. Sometimes we find ourselves playing a game of “Whose Truth is it Anyway?” While it can feel that all truth is unraveling, what if instead, there is certainty at the core of all things? Read More 


Ash Wednesday Photos

Thanks for joining us for our special Ash Wednesday service! It was a lovely evening of sharing a meal together followed by reflection and worship. Read More 


Disney Night

Hear ye, hear ye, come gather round all who are young (and young at heart). Sound the trumpet fanfare! You are cordially invited to a magical evening of family fun! Be our guest on Friday, March 6, when Woodland is “bippity-boppity-boo” transformed into the Disney experience! Read More 


Practicing Kingdom Hospitality

From cover to cover, the Bible reveals God’s amazing hospitality towards us. He creates space for us, invites us into his family and prepares a place for us. At Woodland, we want to imitate God’s Kingdom perspective as much as we can, including his hospitality. That’s why every March and April, we open our doors to families in need through Project Home. Read More 


Ash Wednesday

Each year, Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a special time set aside each year to intentionally focus on Jesus’ life, ministry, sacrifice and resurrection. We believe it’s important to prepare our hearts for Good Friday and Easter. That’s why, on February 26, we’re holding an Ash Wednesday service and interactive experience for people of all ages! Read More 


Volunteer Profile: Yan Ashe

As we often say, volunteers are the lifeblood of Woodland and we appreciate everyone who pitches in to make this place what it is. This week we feature a Q&A with Yan Ashe, a volunteer in our Worship Ministry. Yan is a musician from Belarus who has brought his significant talents to serve our congregation. Read More 


The Growing Vision for Tiny Homes

After Woodland helped build the first tiny home model, Settled took it on the road to a variety of communities. One of their visits was to Faith Lutheran Church in Forest Lake. After interacting with Settled, the church felt called to pursue the possibility of creating a Sacred Settlement. Throughout the summer Woodland and Settled met regularly with Faith Lutheran’s leadership team, helping them navigate this topic with their members. Read More 


Project Home is Coming

For the past eleven years, Woodland has been honored to act as a Project Home site where we provide overnight shelter for families in need of housing.
This year in March and April, we will be hosting families again and we need your help! If you’d like to volunteer, there are two shifts available: 5:30-8:30pm and an overnight shift from 8pm to morning. It’s a fun night of hanging with the families and providing food and shelter. All supplies and food provided, you just show up.  Read More 


Communitas Twin Cities

Communitas Twin Cities is a missional community intentionally serving the homeless and impoverished in St Paul. For the past five years, they’ve gone OUT on the street and supported the community. That’s why Communitas has often been referred to as a “church on the street.” Now that they’ve partnered with Saint Mark’s Lutheran Church, they’re able to bring the community INSIDE and serve them in a much more relaxed and comfortable environment. Read More 


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