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LINK Class

Meet N Greet

Every 2nd Sunday @ 10:15am


Are you a new guest? Been visiting for a while and now ready to take the next step? Interested in learning more about the Woodland Community? Want to meet Pastor Tim? This is the place!

LINK Class

Get Connected

Every 4th Sunday @ 10:15am


Classes meet on the following dates from 10:15-10:45am in the Woodland Academy building. These classes are led by Jenny McKindles and are a great way to learn more about Woodland Community Church and what Church Life is all about.

LINK Class


New Class Starts
Feb 4 @ 9:30am


Imagine is our 4-week journey of self-discovery in how we relate to Jesus and others in our lives. We tackle 4 core topics: Testimony (A Story to Tell), Time (A Schedule to Keep), Talents (The Gifts to Use), and Treasures (The Resources to Share). You will meet others newer to Woodland and won't believe the fun connection that happens as you journey together! Imagine happens every month! For more information on our Imagine experience, tap the button above or HERE. 

LINK Class


3rd Sun @ 10:15am

Woodland can’t function without passionate, plugged-in people who have a heart to serve their Savior and their community.

Every Single Day in all of our ministries, people just like you, are living out their purpose and leading people to become fully devoted followers of Christ. They’re growing personally, spiritually, and in their relationships with each other. And we’re hoping you’ll consider taking the next step as a Woodland Impact Team Member alongside them! To get going on a Team that you will love and are equipped for  tap the button above. Stacy Kolbe is our Volunteer Coordinator. Stacy will help guide you onto a team that is fun, right for you and your gifts, and works with your schedule. If you have any questions contact Stacy@gowoodland.com

The story of god

Sunday, March 3

Anyone who wants to understand their own story must understand the gospel story of Jesus told throughout the Bible.

The Story of God, one of three studies in the Deep Dive series, is an 8-week, group-discipleship resource exploring the overarching redemptive narrative of the Bible. Traveling chronologically from Genesis to Revelation, this study will remove the intimidation factor and allow participants to discover the story of Jesus on every page of the Bible. This discovery will equip participants to join Jesus in that big story. 

Theology and
the mission of god

Sunday, March 3

Living for Jesus requires knowing Jesus, and understanding core doctrines helps us know Jesus.

Theology and the Mission of God, one of three studies in the Deep Dive series, is an 8-week, group-discipleship resource. This journey will lead group members out of their comfort zones and into deeper spiritual maturity as they study and apply core doctrines from the global Church. 

Outing Planned 

Saturday, March 16 @ 9am


Starts March 13 @ 6:30pm

This study is  aimed at educating Christians on Islam so that they know the background, beliefs and can see the errors in its defenders arguments. It examines Islam's guiding documents and compares the Quran wit the Bible. Examines modern Muslim's beliefs and possible reforms in Islam. The study ends with how God is working to bring many Muslims to Him, and how Christians may be used in those opportunities.
Teacher: James Hahn


Starts March 20 @ 6:30pm

Your Marriage. God’s Masterpiece.
Every marriage has its strengths and its stresses. There’s not one that can’t be improved, fine-tuned, made stronger—or even overhauled—if needed. In this six-session series made in partnership with FamilyLife, discover a transformative marriage resource designed to help you explore new levels of intimacy, communication, and connection with your spouse. Whether you’re a newlywed or have been married for decades, this series can be your path to a stronger, more beautiful masterpiece of God’s handiwork.
Teachers: John & Rochelle Ward


Sunday, March 24
9am & 10:55am 

Palm Sunday remembers and celebrates when Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, as foretold in a prophecy in the Old Testament in Isaiah and Zechariah.
"Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion! Shout aloud, O daughter of Jerusalem! Behold, your king is coming to you; righteous and having salvation is he, humble and mounted on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey." Zechariah 9:9
The people wanted an insurrectionist to topple Rome. Jesus did come to defeat an enemy, but not the one they had in mind. Instead, He came to defeat the enemies of sin, death, and the devil that ensnared every man and woman since Adam and Eve.


Friday, March 29 @ 6:30pm


Tetelestai. Pronounced tuh-tel-uh-sty, this Greek word is one of the most important in the history of Christendom. Translated in English, “It is finished,” this phrase marks the final statement from Jesus before he breathed his last breath on the cross as recorded in John 19:30.
This year, we have an opportunity to gather as believers to worship and remember together this special moment in our faith, and rediscover the last words of Jesus. Join us for a Good Friday service experience. 


Sunday, March 31
9am & 10:55am

The Resurrection of Jesus Christ is the foundation of the Christian faith. Without the resurrection, the belief in God's saving grace and mercy through Jesus is void. When Jesus rose from the dead, he proved his divinity as the Son of God and his works of atonement, redemption, reconciliation, and salvation. The resurrection was a real, physical raising of Jesus’ body from the dead. "He is risen" means that Jesus has defeated death and offers us to share in eternal life with Him. Christ conquered death, and to those who believe in Him, He grants eternal life.
"Because, if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved." Romans 10:9
Come celebrate our Risen King with us!!