Mission Giving Trees

You will notice our Christmas Trees are decorated with Offering for Global Missions envelopes. Those envelopes have various amounts on them; this will help us reach our goal of every person at Woodland participating in this offering. If you can afford to give more, please consider filling more than one envelope. You can also get an envelope without a suggested amount in the pews.

OGM Goal

When you click the button on the left, it will take you to a new page. Please follow the prompts.

The CBF Offering for Global Missions is the primary source of support ensuring the long-term presence of field personnel around the world — funding salaries, benefits, housing costs, and children’s educational needs. 100 percent of these offerings keep our CBF field personnel on the field.

We have two goals for the Offering for Global Missions at Woodland:

  1. Our goal is for every person at Woodland to contribute to the OGM, from the youngest to the oldest. Every amount helps.
  2. $25,000

Our Offering will help children, refugees, and people living in poverty live more abundantly.

  • By joining with CBF Global Missions, we will share God’s message of hope and love in real ways to some of the most marginalized and vulnerable people here at homea nd around the world — people living in extreme poverty, refugee children and families fleeing violence in search of a safe haven, women who are trafficked, families who have lost everything through a hurricane, earthquake, or other natural disaster, people who have never heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
  • Through CBF Global Missions, we will share the Gosepl in word and deed with people in need here at home and in remote areas of the world. This means we care for children and families, give food to the hungry, provide homes and hospitality for refugees, offer life-saving medial care and so much more.

You can give at the church (please mark your check or envelope OGM) or online below.

You can join with Woodland and CBF in our mission commitments to cultivate Beloved Community, bear witness to Jesus Christ, and seek transformational development amount the people and places who have been most forgotten bhy others.

Last year, we had a beautiful art exhibit called “The Faces of Beloved Community” displayed around the church in November. These photographs were from all over the world. Take a look at this pdf of all the photos and captions.

Check out a few images from our teams in Macedonia. Click on a photo to make it larger.