Be our guest so you can experience and discover Wooddale. Be part of a worship service, stop by the Guest Center, get a coffee and a roll and tell us a little about yourself. We would love to learn your name and a bit of your story and answer your questions.
The true Church is the bride of Christ (Revelation 21:2, 9, 22:17) and the body of Christ (Ephesians 4:12; 1 Corinthians 12:27) – a Church that is eagerly awaiting the return of the Lord to establish his Kingdom on Earth.
Often, when someone refers to a certain church, an image of a building is the first thing that comes to mind. But that’s not really what a church is. How should we define the word? To get the most complete picture of the church, the Bible is the place to turn.
Welcome to the most important thing you can do to bring change to the world around you. Over the next six months, Pastor Dale is inviting you to join him and other Wooddalers in praying for yourself and the people you care about, as well as the Twin Cities and beyond.
How often do you engage with people who are not of your generation? Each year, the Wooddale Junior High A.U.G. (Approved Unto God) program and Wooddale’s Senior Adult Ministry get together for an unique event that seeks to bridge the generations. The Senior Adult/A.U.G.
When kids choose to misbehave, there are often good reasons. Brian Houts, Next Generation Pastor at Church of the Open Door in Maple Grove says, “Ever wonder why teens act the way they do? Could it be that their behavior has a purpose? Wouldn’t it be great if we could understand that purpose and respond differently, in a way that actually seems helpful?
Since 1973, New Life Family Services (New Life) has been devoted to providing hope for men, women, children, families and the unborn throughout Minnesota. New Life exists to honor the sanctity of human life by assisting clients with life-affirming decisions and the love and compassion of Christ.
History is full of examples of those who have set a date or two for Christ to return. Some of these “date setters” were well meaning but misapplied Bible verses and overzealously proclaimed it on a grand scale.
William Miller said Jesus was coming October 22, 1844. He took Bible prophecies that talked about the sanctuary and misapplied them to the second coming.