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Wooddale Blog

National Day of Prayer at Wooddale Church

We have two great events happening at Wooddale Church as we recognize the National Day of Prayer. Learn more below: National Day of Prayer May 4 at 8:00 am – 9:00 am Join us on the National Day of Prayer as we gather in the right side of the Chapel at the Eden Prairie Campus to pray for our state and national leaders. Eden

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Pastor Fred McCormick Will Be Missed

Dear Friends, It is with a heavy heart that I write to you with news that we have lost one of the finest servants in the Kingdom of God. Pastor Fred McCormick left this world on Tuesday, February 28 at 3 am to enter into eternity in heaven. However, we are comforted by the certainty that Fred is no longer suffering or

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IF:Gathering 2017 at Wooddale Church

I would like to personally invite you to an amazing women’s conference being held here at Wooddale on February 3 & 4 called IF. It is a perfect opportunity for women to: GATHER with hundreds of women Be EQUIPPED with resources from great Bible teachers like Jennie Allen, Shauna Niequist,  Lysa TerKeurst, Ann Voskamp, Jo Saxton, Shelley Giglio, Rebekah Lyons, Angie Smith

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Syrian Refugee Offering and Crisis Update

As you may recall, our 2015 Christmas Eve offering was designated to help refugees in Southern Jordan by partnering with Questscope. Our 2016 Christmas Eve offering is also given to Questscope to continue providing medicine, education, clothing, and the Gospel to refugees in Jordan. A Brief Recap: Since 2011, over 4 million Syrian refugees have been forced to flee their country and seek

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Why Santa?

What do you think when you see an invitation to a church event but it has representations from culture? “…for as I was walking along I saw your many shrines. And one of your altars had this inscription on it: ‘To an Unknown God.’ This God, whom you worship without knowing, is the one I’m telling you about.” Acts 17:23 Paul was

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Mourning the loss of the Pals family

We are mourning the loss of Jamison and Kathryne Pals and their three children, Ezra, Violet and Calvin, aged 3, 23 months and 2 months. They were all killed in an automobile crash in Nebraska . We grieve with the Bethlehem Baptist church and the families of Jamision and Kathryne. A few years ago, Jamison Pals was an intern at Wooddale Church. He

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Converge Denomination Responds: Orlando Nightclub Mass Shooting

Sunday morning the people of Orlando woke up to the disturbing news that our community was the victim of “the worst mass shooting in U.S. history,” which, at the point of this writing, left 50 dead and 53 wounded at a local night club. This senseless act of violence by one person has left many friends and families mourning, a city reeling

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My Morning Prayer

God, this is a new day. I freshly commit myself to the role you have invited me to play, as you are building your church in this world. I am awestruck again today that you include me in this grand life-giving, world-transforming endeavor. So today I joyfully offer you: I commit all of myself to the role you have assigned me in

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