Enter an icy adventure and learn to conquer challenges with God’s mighty power. Through games, crafts, stories, and more kids at VBS Everest will experience the truth of God’s Word in unforgettable ways. We hope to see you!
For children 5 years (by 9/1/15) through 3rd grade (completed).
Come celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at Wooddale! There are many facets to the celebration of Easter at Wooddale this year, including Pastor Dale sharing his Easter message “The Great Divide” in all services.
Ben and Marney Lammers serve both up front and behind the scenes at Wooddale Church. In their more visible role, they are members of the Traditional Service choir at the Eden Prairie campus. Marney is an alto and Ben sings in the bass section. If you’ve attended a traditional service, there’s a good chance you’ve heard their voices – they’ve served with the choir for twenty-two years!
“Sharing the presence of Jesus and the hope of the Gospel with people in the defining moments of their lives” is the driving vision of the Care Ministries at Wooddale Church. One of those defining moments for people is when they become homebound. It is a significant time of loss and loneliness and one in which the presence of Jesus and the hope of the Gospel are needed.
Worshippers in the Eden Prairie Worship Center and via online streaming are now enjoying the benefits of new video technology. IMAG (Image magnification) technology will allow people to see what’s happening on stage more effectively, including facial expressions, emotions or writing on the board.
“An act of true love can thaw a frozen heart,” spoke Olaf in the movie Frozen. That was the key to save Anna and to stop the eternal winter. At the end of the movie, Anna sacrifices her own life to save her sister, Elsa. However, this action actually ends up saving both Elsa and Anna as well as the whole kingdom.
Holy Week is the last week of Lent. It begins with Palm Sunday when Jesus was welcomed into Jerusalem with crowds, waving palm branches and singing songs, acknowledging him as the one true king. Five days later, on Maundy Thursday, these same people called for his execution and denied his sovereignty.