Give, Serve, Love with Woodstock City Church

Be Rich Volunteers  

During the last few months of 2024, Woodstock City Church volunteers dedicated themselves to service with Goshen Valley Foundation during the Be Rich season. Over 485 passionate individuals, including many of you from our community, came together in a collective effort to contribute more than 970 hours of their time. Some of the projects these volunteers worked on included landscaping, holiday decorations, gift wrapping and putting together care packages for mothers in need. These efforts filled our spaces with an abundance of Christmas spirit! Each group of volunteers shared a commitment to creating a welcoming and nurturing atmosphere during this holiday season.

Building Foundations of Hope 

Our newest program, the Goshen Family Resource Center, underwent a significant renovation this year, thanks to the Be Rich funding provided by Woodstock City Church.  

The Goshen Family Resource Center stands as a beacon of hope, offering therapeutic and clinical services to vulnerable families in our community. The center plays a crucial role in preventing foster care placements by providing support to families during challenging times. Additionally, it acts as a resource for families working towards reunification after foster care placement. This initiative aligns perfectly with Woodstock City Church’s commitment to making a lasting impact on the lives of others.  

Looking Ahead 

As we transition into the new year and end this extraordinary Be Rich season, the impact of Woodstock City Church’s commitment to giving, serving, and loving resonates throughout Goshen Valley. The transformative power of community collaboration has left a lasting mark on our homes, our families, and our hearts. As we look forward to the rest of 2024, the spirit of community and compassion continues to be the guiding force. Woodstock City Church, through its unwavering dedication and the generosity of its members, has set the stage for a future filled with hope, kindness, and continued impact.