At Woodlawn, we want to see lives changed for Christ so that everyone reflects the image of God and the church truly represents the Kingdom of God. We strive to be a place of fully devoted disciples, each using their gifts to influence others (both inside and outside the church) to grow closer to Christ through relational discipleship.
Woodlawn is historically and theologically connected to the American Restoration Movement, also called the Stone-Campbell Movement. The movement began on the American frontier in the early 19th century and sought to unify all Christians into a single body patterned after the New Testament church. For more information on the Restoration Movement, click here. We are an independent, self-supporting, and self-governing body of Christ followers whose board of elders is elected annually by the congregation.