We're glad you've stopped by! Visiting a new church can be overwhelming, but knowing what to expect can help make things better.
We believe church is about people — people discovering relationships with Jesus and with one another. So we want to know your name and hear your story. Since you’re visiting this page, we’re guessing you’d like to know a little about us as well. So here goes.
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.
WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT DURING A SERVICE?
We gather to encounter God and respond to Him in worship. As we sing songs together we lift up the name of Jesus, God’s Son who gave up his life and rose again to make a way for us to be in relationship with God. The words are projected on a big screen, so even if you don’t know the songs at first, you can join in if when you feel comfortable.
In each service we join ancient traditions of the church, practiced for millennia, celebrating the glory of the Father, Son and Spirit through song and prayer. We also see each gathering as a catalyst for tomorrow, providing fuel and inspiration for life in the days ahead.
Sometimes we’ll mix in hymns that have encouraged people of faith for hundreds of years, but we’ll also sing lots of current songs that reflect new things God is doing today. The music is dynamic and on most weekends, the band includes drums, electric guitars and keyboards. Other weekends we might feature just an acoustic guitar and a cello. About once each month we receive communion together.
WHAT SHOULD YOU WEAR?
We want you to feel at ease, so wear whatever clothes you’re comfortable in. We believe God cares more about our hearts than our clothes. You’ll usually find our teaching pastor in jeans and Converse.
Is Woodmen Handicap Accessible?
Woodmen is compliant with handicap regulations, and has several locations in the worship center for wheelchairs or for those needing additional space. If you need assistance, see any of our greeters stationed at our entrances. Individuals with special needs should check out Woodmen Access for more information. Sign language interpretation is available at the Rockrimmon campus on Saturday at 6 pm and at the Woodmen Heights campus Sunday at 11 am.