Sundays at 9am
No matter where you are in your faith journey, you are welcome at Woodhaven. We have Sunday School classes available for every age and stage of life that are full of thoughtful, engaging discussions on life’s big questions. Whether you’re navigating some stormy spiritual waters or simply need a time to listen and introspect, you have a place here.
Join us this Sunday at 9am and we’ll walk this road together!
Children’s Sunday School
Deep Blue offers children the opportunity to dive deep into the Bible with arts and crafts and in-depth discussions meant to be carried on throughout the week. The lesson doesn’t just end when Sunday School is over!
Pre-K through 2nd Grade meets in the Pre-K Room.
3rd through 5th Grade meets in the Techno Temple.
Middle and High School
Middle and High School Youth will be studying Half Truths: God Helps Those Who Help Themselves and Other Things The Bible Doesn’t Say by Adam Hamilton.
Join us as we explore how some of the most common cliches we attach meaning to obscure important truths.
Sessions will be held at 9am in the Youth Room. See you there!
Have you ever re-visited a childhood text and found it had deeper meaning? That’s what the young adults will be doing with The Gospel According to Dr. Seuss by James W. Kemp. Come join us as we revisit some of your favorite childhood classics through a creative, theological lens.
Classes are 9am every Sunday morning in the 1st classroom on the left coming into the Christian Education Building.
Adult Bible Study
Woodhaven’s Adult Bible Study group will be studying the book of Romans. All of those who are interested, meet in the Groom’s Room in the Sanctuary building.
The Small Group Sunday School class will be studying the Gospel of Luke. If you’d like to join, meet in the Parlor at 9am.
The Spirit Seekers will be studying Searching for Happiness, How Generosity Faith and Other Spiritual Habits Can Lead to a Full Life:
“The key to happiness is being rich, successful, and beautiful…right? Martin Thielen, best-selling author of What’s the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian?, insists that this is far from the truth. Happiness, Thielen argues, does not come from external factors like getting a job promotion or finally reaching your goal weight. Rather, happiness is an inside job.”
Spirit Seekers meet in the Christian Education Building at 9am.