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Wednesday Together

Wednesday Together is an evening for all generations to take a break from the busyness of life and recharge. Wednesday Together is held at Woodland Hills Church most Wednesdays during the school year (most things are take a break during the summer). Bring your family and friends and come join us as we fellowship and grow in our faith together.  Here is a sampling of what you can expect this Fall during Wednesday Together…

Child care is available every week for kids birth to 6th grade from 6:15-8:30

Cultivate classes

6:30-8:30 / Adult discipleship courses will resume in the fall. More info
Contact Becky: bcote@whchurch.org

Growth Groups

6:30-8:00 / Adult sermon discussion groups. More info
Contact Shawna: sboren@whchurch.org

  • Our next session of Growth Groups will begin in the fall.

Prayer Together

6:30-8:30 / Join us to pray each week for our church body. More info
Contact Rob: rkistler@whchurch.org
Prayer Together will resume in the fall.

Men’s Bible Study

6:30-8:30 / Connect with other men from our church community. More info
Contact Rob: 
Every week

Echo

6:30-9:00 / Youth Ministry for students in 7th-12th Grade. More info
Contact Joshua: jdery@whchurch.org
Echo services will start up again in the fall. Click here to download the summer calendar!

Childcare for Kids

6:15-8:30 / Birth-6th Grade
Contact Patrick: pshowers@whchurch.org
Childcare on Wednesdays will resume in the fall.

Family Meals and Celebration

A time to eat a meal together and spend time with people of all generations.

  • Check back here for when we’ll host a meal.

On other weeks, bring your own meal and eat with others!

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"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."

– Jenny, from Wisconsin