Woodland Hills has 232 Heroes Gate volunteers, so we asked two of them, Ashley and Brian Johnson, to answer a few questions about their experience. What brought you to Woodland Hills? Ashley: My Mom! I was probably in about 3rd grade when we first started attending Woodland. Brian: I was raised in a Lutheran Church but hadn’t been attending regular … Read More
It is volunteer appreciation weekend, and we’d like to say thank you to all who have faithfully offered your time and abilities to serve here at Woodland Hills. We could not do this without your help! Read More
Over the past eleven years, Woodland Hills has had the honor to act as a Project Home site for families in the area who are temporarily without housing. This year, we hosted throughout March and April. Here are some photos of an average night! Read More
Tyler and Naomi Woods start each Saturday morning with freshly brewed coffee and the latest Woodland Hills sermon. Tyler says their new routine is “absolutely one of the best decisions we’ve made. As part-time pastors in our local church with full time jobs during the week, we always look forward to kicking back and hearing a message before our week begins.” Read More
The January 2019 Woodland medical mission team to Cambodia could count on two things in their daily routine: they would be up at the crack of dawn, and they’d fall asleep as soon as their heads hit the pillow. Everything in-between, however, was a new adventure. Read More
For twenty years, A Work of Love has been serving the Nahuatl Indian community in Veracruz, Mexico through construction projects. They go as servants working alongside local people and full-time missionaries, Ed & Denise Aulie. This spring, Joe Kelly (Woodland Hills covenant partner) will lead an AWOL trip to begin construction on a small church for a growing group of families that have come to know Jesus over the last few years. Read More
Woodland actively supports the chronically homeless through our partnerships with Todd and Gabrielle’s organizations. We are a home base for WWAP storage as they meet the immediate needs of the homeless by providing clothing, food and camping supplies. We also work closely with Gabrielle as she dives deeper into affordable housing options. It is her mission to inspire a “Community First” response to homelessness based off of the Mobile Loaves & Fishes tiny homes in Austin, TX. It is our shared hope to create a “demonstration settlement” of tiny homes to introduce to our community, other churches and local officials. We are grateful to be a part of this Kingdom work. Read More
"Thank you for this ministry! It has transformed my life in some really radical ways. God has broken down so many barriers and exposed so many lies that have taken some serious burdens from my heart. It has given me hope, freedom and purpose I never could have imagined possible."