Summer of 2014

Every year, WCC is blessed to get to visit our church partner in the Philippines. During our trip, we assist with medical & dental outreach programs, as well as fellowship and encourage our brothers and sisters as they do ministry in these areas. Last summer (2014), a team of 11 adults and youth traveled around the Philippines for two weeks, visiting our partners and seeing the work the Lord is doing. Woodbridge partners with two main ministries in the Philippines: The Living Bodies of Christ, headquartered in Manila, and Ikthus Redeemed Communities, headquartered in Bacolod. The Lord is working in powerful ways through these ministries. Their work is ongoing and growing, so they are in need of your prayers and support!

How can you be a part of what’s going on?

This page will be updated with more photos, story updates from their front lines, prayer requests, and opportunities to support financially. So check back! Fill out the form below if you would like to be notified of updates.
See how WCC supports these ministries financially by programs being marked with a star* below. These programs are always growing, so there is plenty of opportunity for you to assist in supporting these ministries. To do so, you can designate your checks to WCC for “Philippine Missions Partners” or fill out the form below and we will contact you with more information.
Woodbridge plans to visit the Philippines frequently. If you would like to join our next trip, let us know!


Ten years ago, Pastor Carlos and his wife Edna were called to live amongst the people they are ministering to–so they live in an area called Payatas, a community built around Metro Manila’s dumpsite where a majority of the residents work in the dump. Here, the Lord has opened the door for them to lead a church (Breakthrough Church) and a PreK-Secondary School (Breakthrough Christian Academy). To continue their education at BCA or a local university, students are sponsored* (many are still in need of sponsors). In surrounding areas, they do weekly “Jesus Fun Clubs,” which are Gospel outreaches and feeding programs*.