Woodland Presbyterian Church

Welcome to Woodland Presbyterian Church

Church

We hope that the information below will answer some of the questions you may have about what our worship service is like. We currently stream our worship services on our Facebook page.  You can take a watch to get a sense of what worship service is like.   If you still have questions, please contact us.

How long is Sunday Service?

Service begins at 9:30am and lasts about 60 minutes. Bulletins are distributed as you enter that will walk you through service. Children’s message typically occurs 15 minutes into service and then the kids are escorted to Sunday School.  The sermon is about 30 minutes long.  Service ends with the congregation forming a circle and singing a song before the postlude.  Sunday service has a choir with piano accompaniment for music.

Where do the children go?

Nursery Care is available for children ages 4 and under.  The nursery is located outside the sanctuary across the breezeway.  Sunday School Classes are available for children aged 4 through 11.  The children are escorted after the Children’s Sermon to the meet in the preschool for large group activities before breaking into smaller groups.  Middle and High School youth are invited to worship with the congregation for the entire service 

How should I dress?

Come in what you are comfortable.  You can come in your “Sunday best” or opt for more casual attire (shirts, shorts, jeans).  We will be happy to have you join us.


*Mitigation measures taken for COVID-19*

WPC is following current Yolo County guidelines for reducing the spread of the COVID-19 virus.  We are holding worship service inside the sanctuary.  Masking is optional for everyone above the age of 2 while indoors.  Hand sanitizer is available at the entrances for use.  


What we believe

We welcome all to this church, accepting them for who they are and wherever they are on their faith journey, so that we may all grow in our relationship to God, living lives of integrity in the larger community. 


What we do

 
We are active in the community, supporting reading programs at Whitehead Elementary School, feeding and clothing the homeless at 4th & Hope homeless shelter, driving the Community Care Car, and working with migrant families at a local migrant camp.
 
We have a strong sense of camaraderie and purpose with women’s and men’s fellowship groups, monthly building and grounds workdays, pot luck dinners, young families get-to-gathers, and weekend family camp at Lake Tahoe in July.
 

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