This year’s Christmas story has a special twist: it’s a “Color Your Own Adventure” which means that your choices will determine how the story goes. If you choose to go on this quest, you can download the coloring book here! Read More
On Sunday, December 10, consider sticking around after the service to help us get ready for Christmas! Help putting together activity packets, coloring cards, and setting up chairs for our Christmas Eve service. Read More
It’s that time of year again! The days get cooler, the trees get a little more colorful.. and church ministries all kick off! Check out this list to learn about everything we’ve got going on this Fall. We hope to see you around! Read More
Music Fest 2023 was a blast! We enjoyed a solo acoustic set from Zuriel Adam, a duo jazzy set from J Squared and ended with some rockin’ hits from Not Dead Yet! We enjoyed grilled food and Nelson’s Ice Cream, bubbles and sidewalk chalk, bean bag toss and sunshine — not to mention lots of dancing! 🎶 Read More
Most families have routines of a sort that shape their days and weeks—maybe who does what chores or what kind of madness must ensue to get out of the house in the morning. We could also call these “rituals.” Often there is not much thought in these routines, so what happens when families create intentional rituals to connect to each other and to Jesus? We decided to answer that question through a program called Family Rituals. Read More
Each year, Woodland continues the tradition of sharing a story with kids on Christmas Eve. This year’s story is titled When the Lights Go Out, and it was written and illustrated by Emily and Hannah from our Communications team! You can download both the coloring book version, and the colored-in version of the story here. Read More
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