At the center of Revelation is the cosmic clash between the Lamb of Truth and the Dragon of Deception. But before we meet either, John delivers messages from Jesus to seven churches… This weekend we continue our mega-series, The Unveiling, with part 2: Dear Church. Join us for it at 10am, in-person or online starting Sunday, January 21! Read More
It might be a cliche, but there’s a reason we say “many hands make light work.” At Woodland, we’ve seen various missional communities form and create an impact far beyond what one person or family can do alone. Read More
This year’s MLK theme is “Marching On,” because the work of racial reconciliation is always ongoing! Each generation must look at the example of the past and then renew their commitment to march on, discerning what it looks like for that particular generation. We encourage you to participate in our fourth annual Learn-a-thon as one way to keep “marching on” in the work of seeking reconciliation, peace and justice. Read More
Because of your fundraising efforts, Echo has made the transition from North Commons to the Gathering Area! We thought you’d enjoy seeing some photos of the transition, and of Echo’s first service in their new space. Read More
We’d like to invite you to sign up for Living Undivided, a 10-week Christ-centered experiential course on racial healing and reconciliation. Sessions will be on Mondays from 6:30-8:30pm from Feb 12-April 1, with two pre-meetings to connect everyone on January 15 and 29.
This year’s Christmas story has a special twist: it’s a “Color Your Own Adventure” which means that your choices will determine how the story goes. If you choose to go on this quest, you can download the coloring book here! Read More
This month we’re starting to move gear from the North Commons to the Gathering Area so we can make space for our new food shelf partner! Our Echo students, volunteers and staff have been very flexible and generous – sacrificing so that we’re able to better serve our neighbors, and we hope you’ll help us return the generosity! Read More
We are looking for candidates for our next SEM (School of Everyday Mission) student cohort for fall 2024. SEM is our 3-year, online “Seminary for Everybody.” Students are equipped in Bible and theology, ministry and mission, and personal healing and spiritual formation. Classes are twice a week online from September to May annually. Learn more or apply here!
"My almost-three-year-old asks every day if we can go to church. Thank you, Woodland Hills, and all the Heroes Gate volunteers for creating such a great environment for kids. My husband and I met at WH six years ago and now our son counts down the days until we get to go again. My heart could burst."