Operation Joy is an opportunity to provide Christmas gifts to families who are struggling this year from within the Woodland Hills Church community. This is a great opportunity for all of us to share God’s love in a practical way. Everyone can participate in the process of choosing an ornament, purchasing a gift, putting it in the gift bag, and dropping it off, so the whole family is doing ministry together! Read More
On Wednesday, October 17 we transformed our regular Wednesday Together into a Dinner Party & Praise night! It was a night filled with food, fun, fellowship — here are some photos from the event! Read More
If you were at church last weekend, you may remember the hilarious skit some our staff put together as a fun introduction to our new series on Family! We get it: families can be wild, especially during the holidays. We hope you join us during this six week series of Blended!
There’s something inseparable about food and followers of Jesus! On September 12, to kick off our Wednesday Together nights, over 250 people gathered, all excited to know their church family better. If you missed this little slice of heaven, we’re having another Wednesday Together dinner on October 17! Read More
SOMA is a 9-month residential discipleship training program, whose participants engage in a communal lifestyle, serve as Jesus’ Body and share Good News with the world around us. This first batch of students have arrived! We asked Kevin Callaghan, Woodland’s Discipleship and Formation Pastor, to answer a few questions about SOMA. Read More
Ryan Nielsen has recently joined our staff to play a dual role in Missions and Facilities! In his own words, Ryan loves to “help people and fix things,” so he’s excited about his new role. On the missions end, he looks forward to being an advocate and a sounding board for local and global missionaries WH helps support. As co-facilities director, he looks forward to helping take good care of the amazing building we share. Read More
All of us deal with brokenness in our lives, but some is more extreme. Our Care Ministries were developed to help people find healing from all kinds of wounds, and it would be an honor to walk alongside you if you’re hurting.
School supplies are one of the highest expenses for families in August and September, and many families connected to Woodland struggle with this need. Read the story about how we raised $5000 for school supplies this year! Read More
"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."