Church History

March 4, 2001- Present

In the summer of 2000 four young men gathered in a small apartment and discussed forming not only a friendship, but also a fellowship. After prayer, the name that God had revealed to one of the men many years earlier was chosen. Mouth of Babes Ministries from St Matthew 21:16. After many hours of prayer and planning, doors began to open and the place had been selected. Many attempts were made to start in other areas of the city as well as the Puget Sound area. However, in November 2000 God spoke very clearly and said to us the Tillicum/Woodbrook Community. In December of 2000 one of the young men contacted the administration at Tillicum Elementary School. We were informed that it was available for the times that we were interested in. So we selected a date of March 4, 2001 and began service. We remained at Tillicum Elementary until August 11, 2003 when we moved to our present location.14421 Woodbrook Dr SW Lakewood, WA 98439

In January 2005 we expanded our facility with the help of Pastor Donald Kinsey of Grace Revival Tabernacle and were blessed with pews from Hosanna Family Worship Center of Lakewood Kevin Rogers Pastor.

2005 also saw many changes for MOBM. We established and reestablished several ministries within our church. Men & Women’s Ministries with monthly fellowships, our Youth ministry and various activities.

2005 also brought us an increase in membership with the addition of several families all of whom have come with a willing mind & heart to help make this ministry even stronger and better.

2009 saw us completely remodel our sanctuary to an updated and more excellent look.

2011 we were lead to change the name of our Ministry to The Woodbrook Community Church to better identify with our mission and the community which we serve.

We are a part of the Church of God By Faith, Inc headquartered in Jacksonville, FL under the leadership of Bishop James E McKnight, Jr.

Pastor was ordained a Minster in 2002 and later ordained an Elder in 2006 successfully fulfilling all the requirements of the COGBF to hold a leadership position

Pastor Jones is the only one remaining with the ministry and yet God has blessed us tremendously. We have a growing membership and this ministry has become a fixture in the community and in the lives of many others.

Our mission statement is: “To disciple each person to have an impact on their 

family and each

family to impact their community for Christ.”

For this is the place where “God is good all the time and all the time God is good”