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Learn More about Sojourners

Since the Sojourners Community is an intentional covenant community, we have a process to help you to explore and discern whether God is calling you to this kind of community. So, if you are interested in learning more about Sojourner’s House Churches at Woodland Hills, please start by pursuing one (or both) of the following two options:

1. Talk with someone

Talk with someone who is actively involved in the Sojourners Community and ask them to help you learn more about Sojourners and how to get involved. Or, if you don’t currently know someone in Sojourners who you would feel comfortable asking to help you get started, that’s no problem – simply contact one of our discipleship staff and set up a time to talk in-person, and we’d love to help you get started!

2. Take a discipleship course

There are three foundational discipleship courses involved in exploring the vision for Sojourners and becoming covenant members. The Discover the Kingdom class is the first step, followed by Exploring Sojourners and Revitalizing our Relationships, which can be taken in any order after DK. These courses will help you understand more fully what the vision, values and practices of the Sojourners Community are all about.

Discover the Kingdom

This life-changing class will give you a deeper understanding of the Bible, of the Mission of God, and of what Jesus’ Kingdom on earth is really all about.

Exploring Sojourners

An in-depth exploration of God’s call to discipleship, covenant community, and mission, this class details the principles and practices of the Sojourners Community at Woodland Hills.

Revitalizing our Relationships

Learn how to cultivate relationships of peace; how to thrive with God, ourselves, and each other; and live out the relational teachings of the Bible.

To register for any of these classes, contact Becky: bcote@whchurch.org


"My counselor zeroed in on the root causes of my anxiety, explaining the mechanisms of why I was feeling the way I was, and what to do about it. She was very loving and compassionate and approached my situation with a technical mindset as well. A very rare combination."

– Lay Counseling participant