Our weekend services are often the most visible and tangible expression of our church, and what many folks think of when they hear “Woodland Hills.
We have a lot of different services that take place at our building each week! Learn more about:
Our main worship services on Saturdays and Sundays
Echo, our student ministry services
The Refuge, our weekly support group ministry
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.
In case you didn’t catch the sermon this past weekend, it’s worth watching! But here, we also wanted to share the update Greg gave regarding the leadership’s decision to not yet re-open for in-person services. This decision is rooted in putting cross-like love at the center of our calling as a church. Read More
Join Greg Boyd and Osheta Moore on Zoom for guided prayer and discussion based on the documentary 13th. This thought-provoking film explores the intersection of race, justice and mass incarceration in the United States. Its title was inspired by the thirteenth amendment abolishing slavery and involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for conviction of a crime. Read More
In light of the recent update from Governor Walz, which allows churches to hold services at 50% capacity with no maximum number of participants, we would like to share some details about our current plans at Woodland. Read More
For years now, Woodland has kept the tradition of sharing a story with kids on Christmas Eve. Though we’re not gathering in person this year, we want to keep the tradition alive for our Christmas Eve Livestream. Here you’ll find some coloring pages to go with the story. Read More
We began our Advent series, Illuminate, a week later than according to tradition. Here at Woodland, we sometimes do things a little unconventionally, and that’s okay! All the same, we’ve been celebrating Christ’s arrival through this four-week series, and we’d like to invite you to join us for a final, special service on Christmas Eve, following the final Advent theme of Love. Read More
Salt and light are two of the most basic essentials of life, and in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus uses them to describe our essential role as Kingdom people. The basic role of salt is to preserve and flavor. The basic role of light is to dispel the dark. As God’s people, our basic role is to bring the distinct flavor of the Kingdom into the world, and to use our light to push out the kingdom of darkness. Read More
Join us for our autumn all-church outdoor worship event! Created as a way to reimagine worship during a time of social distancing, Park & Praise brings us together as a church body safely and responsibly. Read More
Like other churches around the world, our leadership teams have been in prayer and discussion regarding our return to in-person weekend services. Back in May, we made the commitment to hold off on gathering in the building until at least this fall. Since then, both the pastoral team and the church board have been regularly processing this decision. Read More
When Jesus started preaching, he announced there was a new Kingdom in town and everyone was welcome to join. But what exactly was he inviting them to? In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus lays out God’s vision for a whole new kind of world. In a way this sermon is his manifesto, his charter, his declaration for a new … Read More
As the Coronavirus situation evolves, we want to keep you informed about how we are making decisions to move forward, and how we hope to work our way back to a more normal church experience. One major decision that’s been made is to wait to hold in-person weekend services until at least this fall. This feels like a significant loss, but we feel it’s the best choice given the state of our community. Read More