ANDREW WOMMACK MINISTRIES MOVING TO WOODLAND PARK
A deal struck last month will enable Andrew Wommack Ministries to move its corporate headquarters and television studio to Woodland Park from Colorado Springs, build a new Bible school, and broaden its evangelical Christian outreach.
The organization has signed a lease with intent to purchase on 336 acres owned by Sturman Industries. The property is adjacent to the ministry’s Charis Bible College.
“We’re in a period of real structured growth,” Wommack CEO Paul Milligan said. “This gives us the ability to spread out.”
The expansion will bring Andrew Wommack Ministries’ Woodland Park campus to nearly 500 acres. Wommack’s operation has grown about 60 percent in the past three years, Milligan said.
Sturman Industries will continue to occupy a portion of the property’s main, 60,000-square-foot building, owner Carol Sturman said. “We’re still a company in operation, but it’s not as big as it was in the past, and we aren’t fully utilizing the building.”
After making modifications to accommodate a television production studio, Wommack will move all 200 employees to Woodland Park. The organization already has about 300 employees working in Woodland Park. — The Gazette