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Connect @ Oak Grove Church

Connect @ OAK GROVE

We make it easy for you to visit Oak Grove for the first time!
You are not going to stand out or be singled out.
In fact you will probably find a lot of people here just like you.
As you enter the church you will see young people, older people, and a lot of people in between.
Everyone is welcome at Oak Grove!

What to expect?

The first thing you will notice is that you will be met by greeters at the doors who can point you in the right direction. We are here to help you and answer any questions you may have. Our two main Sunday services are at 10:00am and 6:00pm As you enter the sanctuary you are free to sit wherever you like. Our services begin with a time of exciting praise and worship. Then a speaker will bring an inspiring message from the Bible, followed by prayer. During all of services we have a security team and high quality secure childcare for infants through preschool.  During the 10:00am service, we offer services for students Kindergarten thru 8th grade.  For more details, check out this website.

What To Expect

What is our goal?

Our main goal is to apply God’s truth to our everyday living.   It is really quite simple—we are people who have experienced God’s life-changing forgiveness and love, therefore, we want to show it to others.

What to wear?

At Oak Grove, you will notice that some like to come casual and others like to dress up for church. We have it all—so come as you are! Our desire is that you find a warm, welcoming atmosphere when you walk into Oak Grove. You will see a wide variety of clothing styles—from suits to jeans, from dresses to Capri’s. Our main concern is not what you wear, but that you are comfortable in what you wear—so you may focus on the message of God’s love!

Why does the whole church pray?

God created us to be a family, to rejoice with one another in times of joy and to support and encourage one another in times of hardship and need.  Our Heavenly Father listens to our prayer and meets our needs, and nothing pleases Him more than to hear us selflessly care and pray for one another.  “Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; give preference to one another in honor…rejoicing in hope, preserving in tribulation, devoted to prayer…” Romans 12:10,12 (NASB

A Praying Church

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