Over the past few weeks we held a fundraiser to help out one of our partner organizations, Settled, in building their second Tiny Home, among other goals for this summer. We’re happy to say we’ve surpassed our goal of $35,000 with a total of $38,049 — thanks to you! Read More
The Coronavirus has left many around the world struggling with food insecurity, and Minnesota is no exception: our food shelves have seen a spike in families and individuals needing assistance. For some, it’s their first time receiving this kind of help due to the rise in unemployment. In an article for KARE 11, Second Harvest Food Bank predicted a growing surge in hunger for Minnesota. They estimated that, “by August, more than one in eight people will be struggling to put meals on the table.” Hunger Solutions, another anti-hunger organization, believes that for many, food shelf visits have become “the ‘new normal.’” Read More
WE’VE REACHED OUR GOAL! We’re happy to say we’ve surpassed our goal of $35,000 with a total of $38,049 — thanks to you! Read below to learn more about the positive impact this will have on the community. A Brief History Since 2018 our church has been partnering with Settled, a non-profit exploring the idea that tiny home settlements on … Read More
Woodland Hills employees have stepped in to keep a food shelf running at our church by stocking shelves, packaging food and handing out boxes curbside. And the food shelf is busier than ever as we serve the our community. Read More
The CDC now recommends face coverings to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus. Please consider helping us provide homemade sewn masks to our partner ministries. Some people who are served by these organizations don’t have access to sewing machines, but we know many in our congregation do! Read More
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
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