24 HOURS OF PRAYER
We’re committed to being a people of prayer, so we’re coming together for 24 hours of prayer on Friday evening March 5 and Saturday, March 6. This year, we’ll take advantage of technology and pray together primarily through Zoom. To sign up to pray for one hour, CLICK HERE.
We’ll get back to you with a Zoom link so you can log on and pray with others right from your home. A Woodmen leader will be on hand to host each hour.
If you’d prefer to pray in-person, we’ll also host an hour of prayer at Woodmen Heights and Rockrimmon from 7 to 8 PM on March 6. Whether you join us online or on-campus, if Woodmen is your church home, make it a priority to join us as we call out to Him together.
TWENTIES AND THIRTIES
What is the capital of Canada? Can you sneeze in your sleep? If you’re in your 20s or 30s, where should you be this Thursday night? We’re not sure about the first two, but the answer to question three is Woodmen’s 20s/30s Trivia Night, 6:30 PM at the Heights campus. Invite your friends for a fun night of competition, trivia, snacks and games. Cost is just five dollars, and please remember to bring your mask. Sign up RIGHT HERE.
Joining us for on-campus weekend services? Save time and help create a smooth check-in experience for everyone (especially our guest families) by reserving your kids’ spot in advance. Get started today RIGHT HERE.
One out of 10 people in Colorado are facing food insecurity, many not knowing where their next meal will come from. Together, we make a big difference by donating non-perishable food items in the Feeding Families bin at your campus. We're also ready to receive your donations Mondays through Thursdays from 9 AM to 1 PM at Woodmen Heights and Rockrimmon. Your donations are distributed through local food pantries and schools to provide nourishing and tasty meals for those who might otherwise go without. In addition to providing food, did you know Woodmen ACTS volunteers are meeting needs and sharing hope around our city in tangible ways? To find the list of most-needed food items, and to find more serving opportunities with Woodmen ACTS, CLICK HERE.
We’re excited about a new partnership with the Pikes Peak Chapter of Safe Families For Children. Safe Families is a faith-based, volunteer movement that provides care to vulnerable children. Host families open their homes and hearts, and support volunteers walk alongside, all in order to reunite families and prevent the need for foster care. If you’d like to find out more, email email@example.com.