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Stay Connected: Fall 2020

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Our lives continue to be impacted by COVID, but that doesn’t mean we can’t stay connected as a church body! Perhaps now more than ever, it’s important for all of us to be active with other Kingdom people, doing Kingdom things. The formats may have changed, but church is still happening – we hope you take advantage of these online ministries and smaller in-person gatherings we have planned for this fall!

FIND SUPPORT

  • Lay Counseling: ongoing counseling for those unable to access professional counseling.
  • The Refuge: support groups for a variety of needs.
  • Prayer: prayer requests, prayer groups and individual prayer.

CONNECT BY AGE

  • Heroes Gate: ministry for kids 18 months to 6th grade.
  • Echo: youth ministry for 7th-12th grade.
  • Vessels: young adult ministry for 18-20s.
  • 65+: ministry for those 65 and older (although younger are also welcome!)

CONNECT BY INTEREST

  • Cultivate Classes: topical classes to connect and grow.
  • Prayer Together: Wednesday night prayer group.
  • Life on Purpose: Monday night group to experience God’s presence.
  • Men’s Bible Study: Saturday morning study, fellowship and prayer for men.
  • Spiritual Friendship Groups: A special Monday night Cultivate Class starting a pilot program to grow spiritual friendships.
  • Women’s Reading Group: Beginning October 5. More info coming soon!
  • Gathering Groups: Sermon discussion groups Tuesday evenings or Wednesday mornings.
  • MuseCast: Roundtable sermon discussion and Q&A by Woodland staff, Tuesday afternoons.

SPECIAL EVENTS

  • Park & Praise: Saturday, September 26 from 6-7pm an all church outdoor family worship event in the parking lot.
  • Disney Trivia: Saturday, October 10 from 2-3pm, a fun family trivia night with snacks and Disney fun. Costumes welcome!

2 thoughts on “Stay Connected: Fall 2020

  1. Christine says:

    Hi, woodlands hill – Can’t find the group that Greg mentioned, I think it was for disabilities, called something like your cap. He mentioned about these people feeling invisible, at the end of Sunday sermon when they were talking about staying connected.

    1. Paige Slighter says:

      Hey Christine,
      You can find information about The Tap here: https://yourtap.org/
      Thanks!
      – Paige from the Communications Team

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