Women of all ages and life stages connecting every Sunday at to support and encourage each other on our journey for growth and healing through God’s Word.
For more information contact Mary Wilhite at
Many do not understand, nor can they relate to, what it is like being a single Christian, especially in today’s society. During this life stage it can be isolating and sometimes confusing on what God has planned for us.
In this class, we will look at ways on how to handle temptations, how to navigate through single parenting, how to set healthy boundaries, and how to heal from past relationships, etc. We will explore how to let go of our plan and focus on God’s plan.
Join or visit anytime! Weekly discussion topics focus on the day's sermon and how to apply it in daily life.
Contact Stephanie Bybee at or Michelle Riley for more information!
Understanding the Book of Revelation by also understanding its counterpart, the Book of Daniel.
A famous theologian at Dallas Theological Seminary once said, “Unless you understand the Book of Revelation, the rest of the Bible doesn’t come together and make full sense. He further added, “and to really understand the Book of Revelation, one must go by way of the Book of Daniel”.
We will study both books together to get the whole plan of God’s redemptive story in Christ, world history, the future of the world, God’s ultimate victory over evil at the end of the world, and a glimpse of the new heaven and earth. Though each book is different, many parts of each book discuss the same events in world history, including the fall of man, the redemptive work of Christ on the cross, and many other themes that run throughout the Scriptures.
Join or visit anytime! For more information contact Larry Allbritton at
This marriage class focuses on equipping couples to navigate the issues of marriage and parenthood through a biblical perspective as well as building community and support for one another through prayer and discussion.
1st Sunday of Every Month
Focusing on the fundamental beliefs of WoodsEdge Community Church regarding the major Bible doctrines of scripture.
How do I grow? What does a spiritually mature person look like? Where am I in the growth process? Is there only one path towards spiritual maturity or many? This class is open to everyone and can be joined at anytime.
If you would like more information please contact Dan Williams at .
God didn’t call us to do this alone. Whether you are currently a foster or adoptive parent, or are just interested in finding out more, join us as we journey together to help kids from hard places. You will find the love and support you need. We will be reading through the book, The Connected Child, by Dr. Karyn Purvis. Books will be provided.
Contact Information: Larry and Sara Hixon -
Fall Semester begins on September 12.
Merge is an eight-week course that prepares seriously dating and engaged couples for marriage by addressing common challenges from a biblical perspective. It's a chance to seek wisdom and receive counsel about marriage in a safe, fun, and authentic environment. Teaching and small group interaction help couples grow in relationship with God and each other. For more information, or to register, please visit woodsedge.org/merge.
August 15 - September 19
BLESS Your Community
Have you ever wanted to get to know your neighbor a little better, but weren't sure exactly how to do so? Have you ever felt "stuck" after taking the step to pray for someone, unsure of how to move the conversation to sharing your faith or even how to interact with that person afterwards?
God has blessed us to be a blessing!
And the good news is that knowing what to do and having the confidence to do it is something that can grow and be developed! B.L.E.S.S. will provide some simple principles and tools to help you learn how to serve your neighbors and share your faith.
You will learn:
- a biblical foundation of the Father's Heart
- how to pray strategically for those around you who are far from God
- principles and tools to share your story and God's story
- examples and ideas to engage, love, and serve your community
- Each session of the training builds upon one another, therefore it is preferred that you attend all sessions.