Casual Sunday is coming... Sept. 24!

Save the date:
Sunday, Sept. 24 is our Annual Casual Sunday, followed by a church-wide picnic at the Barker Retreat on the Cape Fear River.


Woodhaven's new theme for 2017-18 is Joy Rising!


Keep your week on track: Wednesdays at Woodhaven.





Upcoming Sermons

Join us for worship. All are welcome!

  • 9:10 a.m. Bible Study for all ages 
  • 10:10 a.m. Fellowship Time in the Welcome Room, across from the Sanctuary.
    Join us for light refreshments before worship begins.
  • 10:30 a.m. Worship Service in our Sanctuary
  • Nursery for infants and preschoolers is provided during Bible Study and Worship Services.
  • Children in Kindergarten - grade 3 are invited to participate in Kids' Own Worship
    (KOW) during the 10:30 a.m. service, with age-appropriate activities, songs and worship
    in the Multipurpose Room.
  • Our greeters will help you and your family find a Bible Study group for your ages and interests.

Joy Rising

Joy is the serious business of heaven. - C.S. Lewis


August 27, 2017: New Year Kickoff! Jesus' Joy Rising Through the Church
Our kickoff Sunday was a joyful day of worship and fellowship as we began our new church year, commissioned our volunteer leaders and launched our new theme: Joy Rising. We ended on a sweet note with GOBS of delicious homemade desserts! 

Free theme T-shirts are available to everyone who wants one. We may need to order some more sizes, so just contact the office to let us know your size.

Sept. 3: Joy Rises when His Word Abides in Us
John 15:7
Our youth minister, Zac Campbell, will lead us in worship today while our pastor is on vacation.

Sept. 10 (Lord's Supper): Joy as We Pause to Remember
Exodus 12:1-14
We've got something to celebrate.

Sept. 17: Joy Rising through a Surprising Act
Genesis 50:15-21
Sometimes joy comes through doing something that we don't necessarily want to do.

Sept. 24: Joyful Bragging
Phillip 1:21-30
There is a link between joy in our faith and a life that brags about Jesus.

Oct. 1: A Strange Path to Joy
Phillip 1:1-13
Can we find the deepest and most profound joy in a most unlikely path?