Though we’re unable to hold events or weekend services at Woodland, we’re still doing everything we can to support those in need. We’ve been working closely with our partner organizations to make sure families have childcare and are well fed. Read More
During this time of staying safely at home, our worship services will be streamed live each Sunday at 10am. Information on how to participate can be found here. In addition to our services, most of our ministries have also moved online… Read More
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
Each year leading up to Christmas, Heroes Gate (Woodland’s children’s ministry) decorates Christmas trees with mittens, teddy bears and red circle ornaments. Though the trees are beautiful, they serve a much greater purpose than just spreading holiday cheer. Each ornament represents a gift for a child in need. Recipients include WH attendees, The Refuge, The LIFT, Close to My Heart (preschool), Voice in the Wilderness, and other ministries. Read More
The Refuge is a collection of people who come together to meet the grace of God through issue-specific support and discipleship groups. There will be no meal or service this night. Instead, we will be having a casual night with fellowship and snacks at 6:30. Some groups will meet 7:30.
This holiday season, let’s offer the gift of warmth to families experiencing homelessness by making fleece blankets. We will transform the Gathering Area into craft central with all the supplies needed to make 40-60 fleece blankets for adults and children. Christmas music, cookies and coffee will keep us crafting away, so come hungry for a treat and ready to sing along while you work! Read More
What I like about it is that it’s not just the twelve steps by itself, but it shows me how to involve my church and my faith at the same time. It also made me feel like I belong, which is the big thing. In recovery it’s hard to feel like you belong, but here I found people I can rely on and who really, truly understand.” Read More
"I have battled anxiety for years, searching for something to help me overcome fear. I believe that through your sermons, I have found truth and I am more convinced of the extravagant love of God than ever. I finally feel like I am on the journey out of the darkness."