Growing the Woodlake family starts with you.

We have big things on the horizon at Woodlake. We need your help making room for the families that are filling our Bixby campus.

In the past two years, we have experienced major growth and it is evident that God is at work in our church family.

Pastor Jamie AustinLead Pastor

Families have spaces for their children.

One of our biggest goals is to reach kids at an early age with the love of Jesus. As we grow and reach more families, we need more safe spaces for their kids to grow in their relationship with Jesus and others. This is why we are expanding our current kid’s space to hold even more children for each and every service.

Families grow together.

We emphasize spiritual growth for all ages. From Sunday School Classes to Bible Studies, we are creating more spaces for our families to grow in their relationships with God and one another.

Families host friends and neighbors.

We are all about reaching out to our friends and neighbors and welcoming them to our church home. To make that even more possible, we are adding additional open spaces, community spaces, and a new family entrance. In addition to reaching our friends and neighbors, this will equip us to host more community events such as our annual foster family Christmas party.

Families share meals together.

Spending time together as a church family is very important to us. From movie nights and marriage events to Wednesday night dinners, those times together typically involve some time around the table. That is why we are adding a kitchen capable of serving meals to our church family.

A Note From Pastor Jamie.

Since the birth of Woodlake Church, our primary goal has always focused on families first in everything we have done, and that will always be who we are.

In the past two years, we have experienced major growth and it is evident that God is at work in our church family. A major part of that growth has been close to 300 people saying “yes” to Jesus at our Bixby campus. Many of these first-time salvations were children in our Kids Ministry. We want to see that growth continue and for that to happen, we must expand our facilities.

As  you learn more about this vision that drives us toward serving our existing family, and as we prepare for those yet to come to Jesus at Woodlake, I ask that you prayerfully consider what God will have you do to help move this vision forward.

I am firmly convinced that as we all work together, putting families first, we can reach people in our communities like never before. Jen and I are so honored to be your pastors, and want to sincerely thank you for being a part of the Woodlake family.

Ready to invest in the families present and future of Woodlake Church?