March 26 Update from Pastor Josh



Watch today’s video from Pastor Josh to find out what the Governor’s latest order means for Woodmen

UPDATE: March 26, 2020

We want to continue doing all we can to love our neighbors, serve our city and care for vulnerable people. In light of Governor Polis' latest directive, Woodmen leaders have spoken with the governor’s office and learned that the ways we’re connecting and serving are still in compliance with the new guidelines.

  • We’ll still be sharing digital worship services with you! Visit our homepage any time after 6 PM each Saturday to join us in singing and learning together online.
  • Woodmen Students will be live online each Sunday at 6 PM. If you’re in high school or middle school, set your alarm and get ready to social distance in real-time with hundreds of other students through Sunday Night Live!
  • On your way home from the grocery store, you can drop off food at Rockrimmon or Woodmen Heights, Monday through Thursday from 9 AM to Noon. Through our partnerships with local food banks and schools, your donations are providing food for hungry children, overwhelmed nurses and elderly folks who need to stay home.
  • Many folks have asked how Woodmen is doing financially in these unsettled times. Here’s a quick look:
    Fiscal Year-to-Date (year beginning October 1, 2019)
        Budget:                                           $6,095,000
        General Tithes and Offerings:    $6,089,424
        Shortfall:                                                 $5,576
    Thanks to the Lord for His provision and to you for your faithful giving to the work of ministry! If you’re interested in giving online, CLICK HERE to get started.
  • If you’re feeling overwhelmed or isolated due to the virus outbreak, and you could use some spiritual guidance or care, we have pastors and ministry leaders who would love to connect with you via phone or Zoom. Set up a chat HERE.
  • How do you keep your kiddos thriving spiritually while they’re stuck at home? Our Woodmen Kids team has put together helpful resources to equip families for the weeks ahead. CLICK HERE to explore.
  • Community groups are still the best way to grow and connect. We're leveraging technology like Zoom to stay connected online. To get connected in a group, CLICK HERE.
  • Our staff, other than a few team members critical to infrastructure, is working diligently from home. Please feel free to email us and let us know if you have questions by CLICKING HERE.

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