Wednesdays

Each Wednesday night from September through May, Woodhaven offers a chance to dig into spiritual questions with short-term book studies and Bible-based discussion groups. It’s a chance to share joyful moments and concerns and pray together.
 
We feel that this face-to-face time for reflection and fellowship is an important investment each week – to connect more closely with Christ and each other. Discipleship programs are available for children and youth, and preschool activities and nursery care are also offered, so bring the whole family. Friends and community members are welcomed!
 
Feeling musical? We’re saving a seat for you on Wednesday nights in Preschool Music, Ways to Praise (children’s music) and the Worship Choir (adults of all ages, youth and up). No auditions or musical experience is required. Just come on and make some joyful noise!
 
Click below to sign up for Wednesday meals or adult classes. No registration necessary for children’s and youth activities. 

Join us for dinner, too!

We’ll do the cooking for you on Wednesdays! We offer continuous dinner service from 5:20 – 6:15 p.m. to allow folks to round up the kids and wrestle with rush hour. Patrick Hurley has returned as our chef. Reservations are due by 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to the meal. 

  • Adults: $6.00
  • Children ages 3 – 13: $4.00
  • Children under age 3: Free
  • Family Maximum: $16.00
Questions? Contact the church office at 919-362-0127 or Rebecca@woodhaven.org
 

Classes for Kids, Teens & Adults – Check back later for our fall line-up!

CHILDREN K – GR. 5Mosaic style Joy Rising art in orange, purple and green

 

Wednesday Night Kids Mix

6:00 – 6:30 p.m. Music in the Choir Room
6:30 – 7:35 p.m. Missions and Discipleship in the lower level of the Fellowship Hall Bldg.
 
No RSVP necessary! Come join us for music, missions and more on Wednesday nights.
 
STUDENTS GR. 6 – 12
Speech Bubble with "Umm"

Youth Word Search

Led by Zac Campbell
Wednesdays through May 2
6:00 – 7:35 p.m. in Youth Haven
 
Why do Christians seem so terrified to talk to people about Jesus? We often hear or say, “I don’t know what to say. What if they ask me something I don’t know? What if they stop being my friend? How do I talk about Jesus in a way that doesn’t offend but still shows my genuine care for others to know and follow Jesus?”
 
There are several methods that fit different personalities, and yet, the message remains the same! Join us these next few weeks as we practice different ways to talk about Jesus.
 
  • April 11: Talking about Jesus & TicTacToe
  • April 18: Talking about Jesus through personal experiences
  • April 25: Talking about Jesus through images (part 1)
  • May 2: Talking about Jesus through images (part 2); Review and practice
 
ADULTS
Illustration of Psalms and modern art

 

A Place for Praise: Ancient Psalms for Modern Times

Led by Dr. Tony Cartledge
Wednesdays
6:00 – 6:45 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room
 
A Place For Praise: Ancient Psalms for Modern Times” will be an eight-week study of selections from the “psalms of praise.” We’ll examine the psalms in their ancient context (to the best we can tell) and see what they might still have to say in our modern context.
 
 
 
 
ADULTS

Worship Choir Rehearsal

Led by Dr. Stephanie de Jong
Wednesdays 
6:45 – 8:00 p.m. in the Choir Room
 
The Worship Choir is open to all adults. Come join us for laughter and singing as we practice for Sunday worship services.
 
 
 
ADULTS

Bible study based on Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God

 

Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God

Led by Dr. David Stratton
Wednesdays through May 2
6:50 – 7:35 p.m.
Text: Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God
by Brian Zahnd
 
In Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God, Zahnd asks important questions like: Is seeing God primarily as wrathful towards sinners true or biblical? Is fearing God a normal expected behavior? And where could the implications of this theological framework lead us? 
 
Thoughtfully wrestling with subjects like Old Testament genocide, the crucifixion of Jesus, eternal punishment in hell, and the final judgment in Revelation, Zanhd maintains that the summit of divine revelation for sinners is not God is wrath, but God is love. Join us for discussion of these controversial but important questions as we try to nurture the full joy of following Christ daily.