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Below is a list of resources on our web site related this ministry. Feel free to use the filter checkboxes to narrow your search and easily find what you are looking for.


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Peacemaking at the Plaza

by Osheta Moore My first job was at a buffet-style pizza chain called Ci Ci’s Pizza. My boss was a young twenty-something with perfectly gelled blonde hair and the word “Manager” affixed to his spotless tomato-red polo. My co-workers were a diverse and scrappy group. There was Carlos, who only spoke Spanish, but made sure we all took our meal … Read More 


Welcoming a New Partner Organization into our Building!

This spring, we invited a new partner organization to move into our building! Voice in the Wilderness, a non-profit founded in 2012 by two Congolese Americans, gives aid to humanitarian efforts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and helps new refugees who have moved to Minnesota. Many refugees who settle here are fleeing extreme violence and unrest in … Read More 


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Welcome ANEW B.A.M.!

Woodland Hills is passionate about partnering with other organizations to further God’s Kingdom vision. We are excited to announce a new partnership with one of these fantastic organizations: ANEW BAM Read More 


Operation Joy Success!

This year, we provided gifts to 24 families (all connected through the church’s ministries or Close to My Heart Daycare).  We also provided 58 gifts to The Lift for their toy store. Overall that equals 280+ gifts. That’s a big Christmas tree. Gifts were provided by families in Heroes Gate, a small group, some individuals, and Echo Journey Groups. Thank … Read More 


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Food Shelf

We host a food shelf in our building, and we’re proud that so many people from Woodland help to make the food shelf run smoothly! Read More 


Job Skills Program at The Plaza Theater

Please note that due to the Coronavirus, The Plaza Theater is currently closed. Woodland Hills has owned The Plaza Theater property since 2001. Since then we had always hoped that our church’s goals could somehow get incorporated into the operations, and in late 2013 we began managing the theater. In collaboration with The Lift, we staff it with young adults … Read More 


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On-Site Partnerships

We partner with dozens of ministries and non-profits to make a Kingdom difference in the world. However, we share space on our campus with the following organizations, which means even more cooperation and support for our community.


Adults with Disabilities

The Tap: A place for everyone – people of all abilities Someone’s inability to access community and culture can be their greatest disability. For that reason, the TAP creates welcoming environments for people of all abilities so they can build relationships and connect to community. At TAP events you’d find dancing, karaoke, video games and a lot of fun! As a … Read More 


Day Care

There’s never a dull day at Woodland Hills! That’s because during the work week, our building hosts Close to My Heart Day Care. Close to My Heart is a private, non-profit early childhood center that provides an inspiring, encouraging and enlightening environment for all learners at an affordable cost for families in the community. During the summer, their program expands to … Read More 


Food Shelf

Since 1908, Merrick Community Services has worked to improve the lives of the residents of East St. Paul and Maplewood by empowering individuals, strengthening families, and promoting their independence. Since 2011, Woodland has been the permanent home of Merrick’s Food Shelf serving individuals and families. We are honored to partner with Merrick in using our resources to help eliminate the … Read More 


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