Woodhaven Presbyterian Church

People of God, Welcome Home

The mission of Woodhaven Presbyterian Church is to proclaim the grace and glory of God in word and deed; to share God’s love with each other and with our neighbors; and to challenge ourselves to live as disciples of Christ.

Learn More


God has created us to worship. In worship we praise God for being who God is. During that time on Sunday morning, we help each other see God’s reality of hope and mercy in our world.

Learn More


Woodhaven ministers to many in our community through the Evelyn T. Clifton Early Childhood Center, The Stewpot, Family Promise of Irving, Irving Cares, Irving Family Advocacy Center and other outreach ministries. Help us share God’s love with all the children of God’s kingdom.

Learn More

Adult Activities

Congregations are built around community fellowship. We hope you will find an activity or group that will nourish your soul as you serve God and one another.

Learn More

Christian Education

The nurture and education in matters of faith and discipleship is what we do in Christian Education. We seek to enable persons to live responsible Christian lives and to facilitate their spiritual growth and discipleship.

Learn More


We have programs for children of all ages. Besides Sunday School we have other opportunities such as camps and conferences, our Boy Scout troop, Vacation Bible School and the Youth of Woodhaven. Come be a part of something special.

Learn More

The Season of Advent

The Promised One, the Expected One, the Messiah

Learn More

The Season of Advent

There are many opportunities to participate during this season of Advent.

We hope you will come and join us as we celebrate our Savior’s birth.

View Schedule

Sunday Schedule

9:00 a.m. Sunday School
10:30 a.m. Worship
11:30 a.m. Fellowship
5:00 p.m. Youth

Our Location

3650 N. O’Connor Road Irving, Texas 75062 View Map


Stay Informed


The Expected One

Rev. Dr. Diane M. Baldwin Woodhaven Presbyterian Church December 21, 2014 – 4th Sunday in Advent Luke 1:26-38 In a beautiful poem inspired by this painting, Andrew Hudgins lingers in this very space—between Gabriel and Mary—giving it a weight and richness: The... read more


read more

Learning to Wait

read more

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This