Worship 0

wor·ship
ˈwərSHəp/
 
noun:  the feeling or expression of reverence and adoration for a deity.  "the worship of God"
verb:   show reverence and adoration for (a deity); honor with religious rites.  "Come and worship the Creator."
 
It's what we do.  From the beginning of time, we humans have always worshipped.  Even those who refuse to acknowledge the God who revealed himself to Adam, to Abraham, and finally through Jesus, those who insist there is some other god or even no god at all, worship something.
 
For us who know "I Am", as he revealed his name to Moses, worship is above all an expression of thanksgiving and amazement at his infinite love and grace, yet his care for all he has created.

Mission 0

Our mission at Woodbury Presbyterian Church is to make growing disciples of Jesus who:

  • ADORE God through powerful, Spirit-filled worship
  • CARE for others through acts of compassionate service
  • TEACH believers how to become more faithful disciples of Jesus
  • INVOLVE people in a fellowship of Christ-like love
  • OFFER God's gift of
  • NEW LIFE in Christ to our community and the world and are
  • STEWARDS with a passion

Adore Ministry 2

The Adore Ministry provides the church with opportunities to use their talents and passions to worship God is the mission of the Adore team.

Planning and helping to lead the weekly worship services is only just a part of this, but there is so much more. Adore provides instruction on worship, prayer and praise and helps create a worshipful atmosphere within the church, especially during seasonal celebrations such as Easter and Christmas.

Care Ministry 1

The Care Team helps connect the church body with opportunities to share God's love.

People within the church, as well as Woodbury's neighbors, experience the love of Christ as their needs are met with kindness and caring.

Teach Ministry 0

Growing disciples who know Jesus and learning about God's love, is what the Teach ministry seeks to promote.

Whether a small child in a Sunday School class, a college student wanting to know more, or an adult taking an ACTION Academy course, Woodbury has many opportunities for members and others to learn more about God, and to teach others about being a disciple of Jesus.

Academy 1

Woodbury offers these courses:

- Explorers' Course - for people seeking to know Jesus and are interested in becoming members of the church

- Dunamis series

  • Dunamis 1
  • Dunamis 2
  • Dunamis 3
  • Dunamis 4
  • Dunamis 5
  • Dunamis 6

Involve Ministry 1

Being involved in a fellowship of Christ's love is just a part of the mission of the Involve Team.

By planning events, such as dinners, and coordinating small groups, this team provides connection points and encourages Woodbury members and visitors to gather together in love.

Offer New Life 1

The Offer New Life Team really does what its name implies – members really do offer a new life in Jesus Christ to others through activities such as supporting missionaries and missions trips (both locally and internationally), teaching evangelism, and helping to welcome guests.

Resources 1

About ECO 1

As recorded in Matthew 28:18-20, when Jesus was about to return to our Father, he gave his disciples this instruction (we know as "the Great Commission"):  "All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age."

 

ECO (A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians) is a new denomination formed mostly of Presbyterians who have sought a denominational context supporting a greater emphasis on Jesus' Great Commission (Matthew 28:16-18), "Go

Mission Tools 1

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Apologetics 2

a·pol·o·get·ics
əˌpäləˈjetiks/ 
noun
 
  • reasoned arguments or writings in justification of something, typically a theory or religious doctrine.
     

    From Wikipedia

    Apologetics (from Greek ἀπολογία, "speaking in defense") is the discipline of defending a position (often religious) through the systematic use of information. Early Christian writers (c. 120–220) who defended their faith against critics and recommended their faith to outsiders were called apologists.[1]

 

These are a collection of articles intended to provide food for thought concerning the existence of God.

"Come now, let us reason together, says the LORD:...", as recorded in Isaiah 18.  Even when discussing the problem of sin that disconnects us from him, God appeals to our reason, not to a blind "leap of faith".  In fact, the chapter on faith, Hebrews 11, speaks in rational terms about that which we rely on to base our ilfe and actions in Someone unseen.

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