Easter is less than two weeks away and it looks like we’ll still be cooped up in our homes. Regardless of our physical location, our hearts will all be together while we fellowship with Jesus. We can still hold our hands high in worship, we can still reflect, and while we may not be able to share a meal in-person, we can make the best of the opportunities we do have. Let’s continue to prepare our hearts for Easter and experience deep intimacy with Jesus. Read More
Next weekend marks a momentous time for us as we reflect on Jesus’ journey to the cross and beyond. In a span of three days, we will remember his painful death at Calvary, and then celebrate his triumphant return through the resurrection. Though we are familiar with honoring this special occasion together, this year church will look different. 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
During this time of staying safely at home, our worship services will be streamed live each Sunday at 10am. Information on how to participate can be found here. In addition to our services, most of our ministries have also moved online… Read More
“What is truth?” Pilate asked Jesus, and his question is still relevant today. Many of us believe we have moved beyond an age of absolutes, and that one person’s reality is just as good as another’s. Sometimes we find ourselves playing a game of “Whose Truth is it Anyway?” While it can feel that all truth is unraveling, what if instead, there is certainty at the core of all things? Read More
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