1. Bring it to the cross

Throughout the One Another series, a special cross will be on display in Connection Central, crafted by Wildwood elder Mitch Drew. Each week strips of cloth will be available for you to take home. These are for you to write what God is leading you to do, specifically when it comes to the “one another” each week.

For example, how is God leading you to belong in our church family? How is He prompting you to love someone like Jesus?

Write what God puts on your heart on the cloth. Then bring that cloth back to Wildwood to drape or tie on the cross. Our goal is to see the entire cross covered by the end of the series, as a visual display of everything we are asking God to do in our church family to better pursue one another.

2. 30 Hour Famine

Coming up next weekend, April 27, we invite middle and high school students to join us alongside students all over the world to go hungry to fight hunger. You’ll discover truth about global hunger, poverty and injustice, and how the Gospel overcomes it all with love. To learn more and register, head over to wildwoodstudents.com/30-hour-famine.

3. Middle and High School Camps

High School Camp is coming up first July 3-8, with Middle School Camp following July 16-20. Registration is now live at wildwoodstudents.com!

 

4. Landscaping opportunity

Our ministry partner A Women’s Pregnancy Center is in need of some  landscaping and site cleanup. It’s a great way for individuals or small groups to serve our community. Contact volunteer coordinator Bill Snyder at (850) 228-3956 snyder@nettally.com

5. Help ease the stress of a move

Moving to a new home can be overwhelming, especially if you don’t have the means to hire someone or a friend network to recruit. The Movers and Shakers are a team of Wildwood men and women who serve freely by being available. There’s no commitment, simply contact Phil Young at philhyoung@gmail.com to be added to the email list to be notified about upcoming moves.

Watch the video featuring a few of our Movers and Shakers here. 

Top Five – April 22, 2018

1. Bring it to the cross Throughout the One Another series, a special cross will be on display in Connection Central, crafted by Wildwood elder Mitch Drew. Each week strips of cloth will be available for you to take home. These are for you to write what God is leading you to do, specifically when…

Top Five – April 15, 2018

1. Secret Church This annual “house church” simulcast with author and speaker David Platt will take place Fri, Apr 20, 6:30pm-1am in the Student Center. This is an intense time of Bible study, worship and prayer for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the globe. The theme for this year’s Secret Church is “Cults and…

Top Five – April 8, 2018

1. Hope Street Luncheon Hope Street was born at Wildwood years ago in the hearts of a few people in whom God invested a passion to see children and communities transformed in Uganda. If you’ve considered sponsoring a child or simply want to learn about the exciting things Hope Street is doing, come to our…

Top Five – Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018

1. Grand Opening, Northside Community Center Thanks to everyone who celebrated the Grand Opening yesterday of the Northside Community Center! Wildwood developed this facility for our community, and we are thrilled to finally open its doors. Come see the center for yourself, located two miles north of Wildwood at 8005 Oak Grove Rd, with entrances…

Top Five – March 25, 2018

1. 24/7 Week of Prayer This Palm Sunday begins our 24/7 Week of Prayer. Room 1 (near the side sanctuary entrance) has been set aside for this 24/7 vigil. We invite and encourage everyone in our church family to join us in prayer this week for ourselves, our families, our community, and our world. Click…