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EASTER SERVICES SUNDAY APRIL 21 @ 8:30•10:00•11:30 am


Regular Sunday Services at 9:15 & 11 AM in Columbia

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EASTER SERVICES SUNDAY APRIL 21 @ 8:30•10:00•11:30 am


Regular Sunday Services at 9:15 & 11 AM in Columbia

Welcome to woodcrest

We’re so happy you are here. Please have a look below to learn more about what to expect when attending, our beliefs and what’s coming up next. Our large gathering occurs on Sundays at 9:15 and 11am in Columbia. You can also watch last week’s service at WoodcrestWorldwide.org.

I’m new…what should I expect?

I’m new…what should I expect?

WELCOME

Regardless of who you are or what your background is, you are welcome at Woodcrest! We are real people on a real journey. We don’t assume anything about where you are at in your spiritual life. We are intentional about doing church in a way that is safe and meaningful for everyone. You will see this value reflected in our music, message, and atmosphere. We hope you’ll consider getting to know us better. When you are ready, we have several ways for you to get plugged in.

But, what do you believe?

But, what do you believe?

OUR BELIEFS

We believe that there is one true God. He is the Creator of all things who manifests Himself in three distinct persons. The Father, Son and Holy Spirit, each possess the equal and full attributes of deity. People are God’s greatest treasures. He loves humanity and His intentions toward us are good.

We believe in Jesus Christ and that He is God in human form. He came to show us how to live and teach us of the true nature and purposes of God. He was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died for the sins of humanity, and was bodily resurrected from the dead.

So, what’s happening this coming weekend?

So, what’s happening this coming weekend?

CURRENT SERIES

A Questionable Life with Matt Kearns

The apostle Peter encourages Jesus followers to “always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.” (1 Peter 3:15). We are invited to live a “questionable life”, a life that leads others to ask about our hope, joy, peace, and purpose in this life. What would lead them to do so? How can we follow the example of the early followers of Jesus in becoming a godly, compassionate, intriguing, adventurous, sacrificial, compelling presence in the lives of others? Over the next several weeks, we’ll examine some habits we can develop that will hopefully answer these questions.

Watch Online


We post videos by the end of the day each Tuesday on WoodcrestWorldwide.org. You can also subscribe to our podcast of the weekend messages below.

Watch Online


We post videos by the end of the day each Tuesday on WoodcrestWorldwide.org. You can also subscribe to our podcast of the weekend messages below.

Latest Service:

A Questionable Life with Matt Kearns The apostle Peter encourages Jesus followers to “always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.” (1 Peter 3:15). We are invited to live a “questionable life”, a life that leads others to ask about our hope, joy, peace, and purpose in this life. What would lead them to do so? How can we follow the example of the early followers of Jesus in becoming a godly, compassionate, intriguing, adventurous, sacrificial, compelling presence in the lives of others? Over the next several weeks, we’ll examine some habits we can develop that will hopefully answer these questions. In what ways might we pause to listen and hear God's voice?

about our Senior Pastor matt kearns