What do these names tell us about God, and how might the titles of Jesus speak to our biggest questions and life’s deepest mysteries? This Christmas season, join us for a 5-week series to learn what the names of Jesus reveal about him, and what they mean for all of us. Read More
The holidays are always a special time to get together with friends, family and the community. No matter who you are, we’re sure to have something on the calendar you’d enjoy. We’d love to share the season with you! Read More
In the past we dreamed of a future with jet packs, hover cars and robots. But few people imagined technologies like the internet and social media. They’ve transformed and improved our lives, but some things can get more complicated and confusing too. In our Interfaces sermon series, we’ll explore the potentials and pitfalls of online life and look at what it means to be Kingdom people in our digital world. Read More
Join us for Welcome Weekend, September 7 and 8 to learn how to get involved and find connections at Woodland Hills! This fall we have something going on almost every day of the week: Mondays Life on Purpose: Spiritual Formation Groups: Explore practices that lead to a greater capacity to love God, yourself and others Lay Counseling: Receive counseling as … Read More
Last weekend we had our annual All Church Baptism at Lake Phalen! It was an absolutely beautiful day, and many folks came out to either take this next step in their faith, or to celebrate and show support for their friends and loved ones who had. Here are some photos from the beach! Read More
Once upon a time… It was a dark and stormy night… A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… These words say: settle in, it’s time for a story! Well settle in, Woodland Hills, because our summer sermon series will explore the grand narrative of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. You may think you know what happens, but there’s so much more to this story than most of us realize!… Read More
"I was inspired during my recent visit to your church, and wanted to thank you for the notable work you are accomplishing in the city. Thank you for being Holy Spirit first responders to the homeless and downtrodden. May God continue to show himself strong as you represent Christ daily."