2:46 Groups

2:46 Groups

What is a “246 Group”? Taken from Acts 2:46-47, Christ’s church is more than just a meeting on Sunday. From the very beginning they were the church 7 days a week. They would meet in smaller groups in homes during the week. Join us as we start these...
OCC Membership

OCC Membership

A common question that is asked (or should be asked) is, “How do I become a member of the church?” The short and best answer is this: if you are a Christian, you are already a member of God’s family, the church. There is no such thing as a...
Current Series: Jesus’ Parables

Current Series: Jesus’ Parables

CURRENT SERIES: September 2 through December 9 What is a parable? Why did Jesus use parables in His teaching? What do they mean? These are just a few questions that we will answer in our new series taking a look at Jesus’ parables from the Gospels. The parables...
Previous Series – Divine Relationships

Previous Series – Divine Relationships

Join us for the next 3 weeks as we take a look at what it means to understand the Trinity – that God is one in essence and three in persons. Although this is something we can’t fully wrap our head around, we can know enough that it makes a difference in...
Previous Series: Living the New Life

Previous Series: Living the New Life

Understanding our “new birth” in Christ is of utmost importance. It is the clear identifier of who we are as Christians and how we are to live. Don’t miss this mini-series as we explore different aspects of this key teaching in Scripture. We will...
Previous Series: Union With Christ

Previous Series: Union With Christ

What is  “Union with Christ” and why is it important? Here are some quotes from notable theologians as to the importance of this doctrine: “Being in Christ, and united to him, is the fundamental constitution of a Christian.” (Thomas Goodwin as quoted...
Former Series: The Pillars of Belief

Former Series: The Pillars of Belief

We just finished our series on Sundays called “The Pillars of Belief”. Christianity in general had strayed off course by the 1500’s and thankfully there were those who stood against incredible opposition to call for a reformation back to the Truths...