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Representatives from WCCH travel every week to provide family-based workshops as part of our commitment to empower families. Please call the office to schedule a visit...
The Woodburn Christian Children's Home Benefit Auction was a tremendous success...
The WCCH 15th Annual Benefit Auction is more than an auction. The event goes beyond valuable auction items, beyond delicious food, and beyond family-friendly fellowship… The fundraiser auction goes beyond all of this and into the hearts of children.
The much-anticipated WCCH 15th Annual Benefit Auction is Saturday, October 19. The Hog Roast and Silent Auction begins at 4:00. The WCCH Children’s presentation will kick off the Live Auction at 5:00 PM. We are excited to announce the auction is moving to the Woodlan Jr/Sr High School gymnasium.
The WCCH children are excited to begin the new school year. They are looking forward to making friends and extracurricular activities.
The goal of WCCH is to “settle” into the lives of children ever reminding them we are in it for the long haul. Whenever a child joins the WCCH family, we stick with them throughout life, providing encouragement and guidance through our mutual faith in Christ.
On June 1, our WCCH family celebrated the high school graduation of Crystine. On June 3, we welcomed Sarah Langley and Maria Hight as our summer interns. Both Sarah and Maria attend Lincoln Christian University.
Family lies at the heart of our ministry...
You have heard the old proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child.” This is especially true at the Woodburn Christian Children’s Home.
HOPE IS CONTAGIOUS at the Woodburn Christian Children’s Home. Over the years, God has spread hope into the hearts of many discouraged children and families.
At WCCH we live for teachable moments, for experiences that show us how to overcome challenges as a way of developing faith in God...
Our goal is to step deeply into the lives of children to promote a sense of worth and vitality while unlocking a child's potential for achievement and independence.
When we first met Katrina prior to placement, we asked her to describe some goals she wished to accomplish. Without hesitation Katrina said, “My goal is simple. I want to have the same bed for the rest of my high school years. I have been in several foster homes during the last two years. I just want a house I can call a home.”
“How does Woodburn Christian Children’s Home empower young people to reach their full potential in Christ?”
Wow! What a Great Auction! The 14th Annual Woodburn Christian Children’s Home Benefit Auction is now history and we are happy to report that we had record-breaking participation!
Recently we asked a few children who were in the WCCH program to comment on their experiences.
Summer is drawing to a close as the 2018/19 school year quickly approaches.
WCCH operates within a set of biblically-rooted, time-tested core values that delineate our Christian focus, funding strategy, and child placement policy. Every decision is influenced by the non-negotiable WCCH core values.
Everyone has a story to tell, a story of God’s glory.
.In 2002, the WCCH Board of Directors established the “Denny Baker Legacy Fund”. The interest from this “endowment fund” would be used to help provide sponsorships for children who had little or no ability to pay for their care at the Woodburn Christian Children’s Home.
Our Christian counselors, houseparents, and staff integrate the Word of Life into every aspect of our ministry, a legacy that will endure the test of time.
The mission of the Woodburn Christian Children’s Home is to provide a Christian home for children in need...
The Woodburn Christian Children’s Home has impacted children and families for over 45 years.
The Woodburn Christian Children’s Home celebrated the birth of Christ with joy, hope, and laughter.
Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.(Galatians 6:2)
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