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Wednesday Together

Wednesday Together

Wednesday Together is an evening for all generations to take a break from the busyness of life and recharge. Wednesday Together is held at Woodland Hills Church most Wednesdays during the school year. Bring your family and friends and come join us as we fellowship and grow in our faith together.  Here is a sampling of what you can expect this Fall during Wednesday Together…

Child care is available every week for kids birth to 6th grade from 6:15-8:30

Cultivate classes

6:30-8:30pm / Registration for adult discipleship courses is open, and classes start January 29! More info
Contact Becky: bcote@whchurch.org

Gathering Groups

6:30-8pm / Adult sermon discussion groups. More info
Contact Shawna: sboren@whchurch.org

Prayer Together

6:30-8:30pm / Connect with God, yourself and others learning to listen and communicate through prayer.
Contact Rob: rkistler@whchurch.org

Men’s Connection

6:30-8pm / Connect with other men from our church community. More info
Contact Rob: 

Echo

6:30-8pm / Youth Ministry for students in 7th-12th Grade. More info
Contact Ketura: kadam@whchurch.org

  • Echo Service: 6:30-8:00
  • Journey Groups: 8:00-9:00 (registration required)

Childcare for Kids

6:15-8:30pm / Birth-6th Grade
Contact Patrick: pshowers@whchurch.org

Family Meals and Celebration

A time to eat a meal together and spend time with people of all generations.

  • On most weeks, you can bring your own meal and eat with others.
    Otherwise, we’ll list here when we have a meal planned!

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