Woodland Presbyterian Church

Matthew 25:40, “. . . I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me."


We believe an integral part of the Christian walk is to share God's love with others.  Currently we are supporting the following local, Presbyterian and global missions:

  • Empower Yolo
  • Food Bank of Yolo County
  • Fourth and Hope Ministry Homeless Shelter
  • Woodland Opportunity Village-WEMM
  • Yolo County CASA
  • Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network and the Madison Migrant Camp
  • Cents-Ability/PC(USA) Hunger Agency
  • One Great Hour of Sharing
  • Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
  • Peace and Global Witness Offering
  • Pentecost Offering - for children and youth
  • Christmas Joy Offering
  • Sierra Service Youth Mission
  • Douglas, AZ/Fontera de Christo Border Ministry

More about the mission organizations

Fourth and Hope - WPC continues to support this homeless program through volunteer time cooking and serving meals, providing needed articles for the homeless (e.g., toiletries and coats), and by responding to continuing needs of the program.
Lifestyle stewardship – The Lifestyle Stewardship work group continues to bring environmental education to the congregation so that all can be good stewards of God’s earth.  

The Annual Alternative Christmas Gift Sale - to support artisans in developing countries. 

Woodland Ecumenical & Multi-Faith Ministries (WEMM) - Woodland Presbyterian Church is a member of WEMM, an organization composed of Woodland faith groups that meets the first Monday of the month at St. John’s United Church of Christ.  WEMM organizes the annual Christmas Food Basket distribution in Woodland, organizes an ecumenical Thanksgiving service, and identifies other outreach efforts to assist residents of the community.

The Presbyterian Coffee Project -  The WPC congregation supports coffee farmers who receive fair-trade prices for their coffee and teas.  http://www.pcusa.org/coffee/ 

Additional Services
-WPC is a recycling site for the congregation to drop off used batteries.
WPC Members are always seeking educational opportunities to present to the congregation and community about being good stewards of our community and world.