Woodmen has three campuses. Each one shares the same vision and DNA. We might not be totally objective, but those of us who attend the Gleneagle campus are pretty sure that it’s the very best. We’re the newest Woodmen campus, launched in 2015, so you’ll find lots of friendly people who are excited about the new things God is doing in our community.
But, first off, you might be asking, Why does Woodmen have three campuses? Good question!
Experience has taught us that we have to get smaller to get bigger. As we welcome more people to Woodmen, it’s important to invite them into smaller communities. Our campuses play a vital role in cultivating caring communities where relationships can thrive. So if you live in Monument, Black Forest, Gleneagle, Palmer Lake, or anywhere in the northern part of Colorado Springs, we’d love for you to join us.
At our Gleneagle campus you’ll find lively, neighborhood-based fellowship that begins in weekend services and continues through Community Groups and lots of great serving opportunities. We meet each weekend at Antelope Trails Elementary School, so our awesome Woodmen Kids ministry is blessed with great facilities and ministry for your children.
In each weekend worship service, our campuses share the same songs led by a live worship team. Most weekends, we share the same teaching brought by our lead pastor of teaching and vision, Josh Lindstrom. Several times each year, we’ll host independent weekends so we can share special moments like baptisms and child dedications with our Gleneagle church family.
Our campus pastor, Doug Olsen, is there to care for the Gleneagle congregation. Feel free to email Doug with any questions about the great stuff happening at Gleneagle, and be sure to ask him what makes this campus and community special!
For lots of guests, our weekend services are the front door to Woodmen. Services are a great place to encounter God through heartfelt worship and biblical teaching. To find out more about weekends at Woodmen, click here.
We’d love to get to know you better and help you feel at home. That’s why we have a spot called Connect Central right outside the auditorium at Gleneagle. If you come for a visit, before and after each worship service you’ll find friendly hosts there who are experts on how to find community at Woodmen.