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February Update on Weekend Services

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In case you didn’t catch the sermon this past weekend, it’s worth watching! But here, we also wanted to share the update Greg gave regarding our leadership’s decision to not yet re-open for in-person services. This decision is rooted in putting cross-like love at the center of our calling as a church; Greg explains more in the video.

6 thoughts on “February Update on Weekend Services

  1. Nate says:

    I just watched the sermon online. I feel alienated from church especially Woodland Hills. I’m trying to hang in there and get through this virus that has disrupted our lives. Please pray for me to have my spirit lifted through this time. Thank you.

    1. Paige Slighter says:

      Sorry to hear that Nate. Praying for God’s comfort and peace to surround you.
      We have some great opportunities for you to get connected online.
      Check out this link: https://whchurch.org/learn-and-connect-this-winter/
      It has information about support and various ways to find community in this difficult time.

      – Paige from the Communications Team

  2. Tina says:

    Thank you for making this decision. Opening is premature with the new variants of COVID gaining ground.

  3. Mary says:

    I was so excited to hear Pastor Boyd speak to us about the importance of actually studying the Scriptures. I loved what He said; All Scripture points to Jesus! I believe that when we commit to studying the Scriptures daily His truth is revealed to us by the power of the Holy Spirit. Our relationship with Him is strengthen. I also believe that when we spend time in God’s Word every day keeps us grounded, reminds us of who we are, helps us to recall, every day, that Christ Jesus is always with us – even in our mess, our busy-ness, and in the stresses of life. “He is our Hope”

    1. Paige Slighter says:

      Thanks for sharing Mary! That’s encouraging.
      – Paige from the Communications Team

  4. Tom says:

    Is there any kind of timeline for in-person services other churches have in-person services why not you?

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