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The Way of the Cross at Woodhaven (Drop in Feb. 17 – April 2)

You are invited to follow the Scripture Way of the Cross in the Mobley Memorial Garden (MMG) at Woodhaven anytime from noon on Ash Wednesday (Feb. 17) through Good Friday (April 2). This is an opportunity for worshippers to follow an ancient tradition of scriptural meditations based on Jesus’ journey to the cross on the day of His crucifixion.

According to the tradition, you’ll find 14 “stations” in the MMG beginning with Jesus’ condemnation to death and ending with his body being laid in the tomb. You can enter the garden by following one of the sidewalks near the playground to the open area at the center of the three main buildings on our campus.

Begin at the outside left entrance to the fellowship hall building. There you will find instructions in a plastic tub and materials for children to take home. Station 1 is located at the back of the waterfall. Then, proceed around the courtyard in a clockwise fashion. Stations will be on benches, windows, etc. until you have completed the journey near the front of the waterfall.

This is an outdoor event, and no sign-up is required. If other worshippers are present, please respect a social distance of at least six feet from them. We pray that these brief meditations will be meaningful to you in this Lenten season.


Young Adult Book of Acts Bible Study
Meets Wednesdays, 7 p.m.
Facilitator: Blaine Britt
Location: Meets in person in Woodhaven Fellowship Hall and via Zoom

Join us each Wednesday Night at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall as we journey through the second half of the book of Acts. Each week we will immerse ourselves in the scripture looking at the issues facing the early church while also considering historically relevant issues and Biblical themes. It is not too late to join us this Winter/Spring. This study will also offered via Zoom for those who cannot be there in person. Contact Blaine Britt for more details or to receive the Zoom link at

Discipleship Class “Sacred Purpose: Beginning at the Beginning”
Meets Wednesdays, 6:10 p.m. Class will not meet on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17.
Facilitator: Ken Vandergriff
Location: Zoom only. Contact our church office for access link, 919-362-0127.

If we want to understand sacred purpose, God’s sacred purpose as well as our own, we should start at, well, the beginning. This study will explore Genesis 1-11, the narrative unit that scholars call the Primeval History, to see God’s sacred purpose in creating humans, how God’s purpose was distorted, and how God responds to make things right again. It’s unfortunate that too many of these formative stories we haven’t revisited since childhood. (This is a continuation of the study begun last spring and cancelled by Covid, but all participants are welcome!)

Churchwide Prayer Meeting
Meets Wednesdays, 7 p.m.

Facilitator: Dave Stratton
Location: Zoom only

All are welcome to join with Woodhaven as we pray for community, church, and individual needs. Contact the church office for access link, 919-362-0127.

The Girl’s Still Got It:
Take a Walk with Ruth and the God Who Rocked Her World
Meets Tuesdays, 7 p.m.

Facilitator: Terri Stratton
Location: Jitsi only

Walk with Ruth as she journeys to Bethlehem, certain of her calling, yet uncertain of her future with her mother-in-law. Join us for a study of the biblical book of Ruth that takes a fresh and lively look at this beloved story. Participants get a glimpse at how God works to inspire strength and hope in the face of loss and disappointment. Discussions will be based on Liz Curtis Higgs’ book entitled The Girl’s Still Got It: Take a Walk with Ruth and the God Who Rocked Her World. The book is recommended but not required. Contact the church office for access link, 919-362-0127.