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Welcome Osheta!

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We’re thrilled to announce that Osheta Moore is joining our staff as our new Outreach and Teaching Pastor! The Executive Team, pastors and boards have been in conversations with her over the last few months, ever since she spoke at our women’s event in February. She and her husband T.C. have been podrishioners for over a decade, and they’ve definitely absorbed and live out the DNA of Woodland Hills. They recently moved to the Twin Cities so that T.C. could begin serving as pastor of Roots Covenant Church in the Midway area.

Osheta has served at churches in New Orleans, Boston and Los Angeles, and she has consistently found ways to connect their congregations with needs in the community. In our conversations it’s been obvious that she’s passionate about living out the principles of the Kingdom and we’re excited about the ways that she’ll be able to help us continue to grow and expand our outreach capacity.

Along with our other regular staff and guest speakers, she will also be filling in to preach on some weekends when Greg is gone. And, she has experience as an author/blogger/podcast host, so we’re also looking forward to having her help developing content for a number of contexts.

Please give her a warm Woodland Hills welcome when you see her!

2 thoughts on “Welcome Osheta!

    Penny says: Friday May 25, 2018 at 3:12 pm

    Welcome Osheta! Great addition to Woodland Hills!

    Patty says: Tuesday February 26, 2019 at 11:41 am

    Wellcome Osheta… I especially enjoyed the ladies retreat you did for Woodland Hills over a year ago.

    I love the practical ways you share of doing Christmas with the community first and family second. That’s got to be God’s 💓.
    Thank you for serving in the family with the family for the kingdom!


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