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Cultivate Connections

“We are an eclectic group with a little bit of everything. You wouldn’t put us at the same lunch table if you looked at us, and that’s what makes it fun. That stood out to me: how really different the disciples were. Jesus is the king at putting weird groups together!” Read More 

Learn-a-thon 2024

This year’s MLK theme is “Marching On,” because the work of racial reconciliation is always ongoing! Each generation must look at the example of the past and then renew their commitment to march on, discerning what it looks like for that particular generation. We encourage you to participate in our fourth annual Learn-a-thon as one way to keep “marching on” in the work of seeking reconciliation, peace and justice. Read More 

Living Undivided: Racial Healing Course

We’d like to invite you to sign up for Living Undivided, a 10-week Christ-centered experiential course on racial healing and reconciliation. Sessions will be on Mondays from 6:30-8:30pm from Feb 12-April 1, with two pre-meetings to connect everyone on January 15 and 29.

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SEM: Year Three

SEM is our three-year part-time discipleship and theological formation school. Each year a new batch of students is welcomed in at the Fall retreat, pictures below! But first, some fun facts: We have 36 students total (18 gals and 18 guys) Students come from 8 countries: Bolivia, China/Hong Kong, Democratic Republic of the Congo France, Haiti, Mexico, UK and US … Read More 

Join us this Fall!

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 

Life on Purpose

Life on Purpose is a group where we learn to live intentionally and grow in our experience of God through the study, discussion and practice of spiritual disciplines. Read More 

What are… Sojourners Missional Communities?

A space that offers the larger Woodland Hills community a smaller-scale community where we can get to know each other more deeply, meet practical needs, become Kingdom family and find support in serving those outside the church together. Read More 

Baptism Classes

On Sunday, July 16 right after the service, we’ll be holding a Summer Baptism as part of our Summer Get-Together. In preparation for this important declaration of faith, we’d like those interested to attend a series of three baptism classes. Read More 

Jesus Collective Regional Gathering

At Woodland, we often talk about a Jesus-looking God, raising up a Jesus-looking people, to change the world in a Jesus kind of way. This is one of the reasons Woodland Hills is part of the Jesus Collective: We believe in the mission to unite and equip a Jesus-centered movement! The Jesus Collective will be holding two consecutive in-person Gatherings here at Woodland, June 1 & 2. Read More 

SEM: Stacy’s Story

For years I’ve been asking myself: “How do we mature in our faith in Jesus and the Bible?” and “How do we reconcile the church of the 21st century, particularly in America, with Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount?” SEM has provided the nourishment I seemed to lack for decades. Read More 

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"We have been podrishioners for several months. Our daughter, son-in-law and grandkids moved back to California after living in MN for 10 years. They attended Woodland Hills for about a year before they moved. Now we all go to the beach together on Thursdays, come home and have dinner together, then we watch last Sunday’s sermon together. It is a special day for our family."

– Dale and Patricia, from California