Every Sunday Worship With Us at 10:45am
530 East High Street • Lexington • KY • 40502
Phone (859) 266-3416 • Email: office@WoodlandChristianLex.org



In 2016, in addition to Outreach offerings, Woodland provided the following to our neighbors in this community and around the world:

  • 2,080 sandwiches tot he HOPE Mobile
  • 3 back to school backpacks and school supplies to 3 refugee children
  • Christmas gifts to 3 refugee families: gifts for 11 children and 6 adults
  • 561 pounds of food to God's Pantry
  • 165 blankets to Church World Service
  • 45 health & school kits to Church World Service
  • $1,645 to Greater Lexington CROP Walk
  • Hats, Underwear, Gloves and Socks to the HOPE Center


Woodland Christian Church Fellowship Hall
530 East High Street

Mission Behind Bars and Beyond (MB3), is a faith-based non-profit that provides mentoring programs for individuals returning to the community after a period of incarceration. MB3 trains volunteers to form Nurture, Support and Accountability Groups (NSAG) to help returning citizens navigate the waters of re-entry. The NSAGs are comprised of 3-6 individuals who agree to covenant with one returning citizen for a 6-month period. During the six months, the NSAG members make frequent contact and have weekly face-to-face meetings with the mentee. They provide critical emotional support and assist them with identifying resources such as housing, recovery program, employment, and transportation. The NSAG also provides the returning citizen with exposure to people living faith-filled, successful and position lives.

Interested in the training to become a volunteer? Join us for one of these training dates:

Saturday, August 12
Saturday, November 11

R.S.V.P. to Mark Johnson (majohnson2008@gmail.com) with your interest.



Open Circle is pleased to announce a successful blanket fund drive! A total of $1,065 was raised, which will provide 165 blankets! Thanks to all who gave!



logoOn Sunday, September 25, 18 walkers from Woodland joined hundreds of others for the annual CROP Hunger Walk. Many thanks to all who walked and/or donated to this important event.  I'm happy to announce that Woodland more than doubled its $1,000 goal by raising a total of $2,250!! These funds will be used locally by God's Pantry Food Bank, as well as globally by Church World Service, in the ongoing effort to eradicate hunger.

Thanks AGAIN for your generous support!

crop walk pix

Participants in the 2016 CROP Hunger Walk

Left to right: Katherine Bullock (holding Laurel), Wes Bullock, Kathryn Perry, Kaddin Wagoner, Judy Gillis, Rita Day, Kelley Cook, Kristan Lenning, Janet Brumfield, George Pinson, vicki Vaughn, Dalene Vasbinder, and Dave Carr.
Sitting: Junie Bullock, Mary Clare Carr, Britton Carr, and Dolores Yilibuw



On Wednesday, July 20, the JOY Group delivered lunch to the Habitat Build site. They were invited to share in the lunch, which was much appreciated by the builders. It was great to meet them and see what their skilled hands have accomplished. Dedication of the house is scheduled for Saturday, August 13.

This year's house is for Ramazani Emongo, his wife Anita Mulumba and their four children. They are from the Democratic Republic of Congo and fled from the violence in their country to Malawi. They have been in Lexington for three years.


Woodland's JOY Group (Dorothy Drury, Nancy McKenney, Jackie Diachun, Gerry Hann, and David Dattilo) provided lunch for Habitat Build volunteers on July 20, 2016.


This house is being built by Disciples for Habitat for the Anita Mulumbo and Ramazani Emongo family. It's located at
1741 Mill Bank Road in Lexington
Decication will be Saturday, August 14