Sunday’s Sermon:
“Made to Make Much of God”
1 Timothy 1:15-17

Hello OCC,
I look forward to worshipping with you all this Sunday and want to encourage you to look at the text in 1 Timothy 1:15-17 as you prepare for the proclamation of God’s Word in the gathering of the church. As couple questions to think about through the text. Why would God be this merciful? What is God up to? Why does God save people? What is the aim of the gospel?  In short, the goal of salvation, the plan of God in redemption, and the aim of the gospel is to display the glory God.  In other words, God saves people to display his glory.  The chief aim of the gospel is the glory of God, and the chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy him forever.

1 Timothy 1:15-17 gives us three expressions of this truth.  The aim of the gospel is 1) to save undeserving sinners, 2) to display his great mercy, and 3) the praise of his name.  Lord willing, we will look at these and consider some implications in our gathering this Sunday.

Grace and peace,
Daniel Uhm

Sunday Services – August 2nd:
We’ll be having 2  Outdoor Services:
9:00 am & 10:45 am

See the box below for detailed instructions and information for this Sunday.

If you can’t make it in person,
join us for our Live Stream Service: 10:45 am

Just go to our OCC Facebook Page to watch our livestream. You can find the link by clicking HERE  We will be taking communion this Sunday – if you are watching through livestream, be sure to have some juice & bread ready to join along.

August 2 Sermon Outline download here

Sunday Worship through Music
Here is this Sunday’s line-up of songs.
Click on the song title for the video.


Come Praise and Glorify
Power of the Cross
Christ Our Hope in Life and Death
All Glory Be to Christ

We’ll have plenty of canopies and tents to sit under (if you have one that we could borrow – we’d appreciate it). Don’t forget to wear sunscreen and bring water to drink.
Here’s what you need to know:

2 Identical Services: 9:00 am & 10:45 am.

Safe-Distancing Required
Based on County guidelines, and more importantly, in loving our neighbor, we will be practicing these safety precautions when we meet:
1. Safe-Distancing: Families, Couples & Individuals will need to stay at least 6 ft from others.
2. Wear a mask: Young children 6 and under and those with a medical condition preventing them from wearing a mask are exempt. Despite your personal feelings regarding a mask, please
3. Keep hands clean: Our bathrooms will be open and we will provide hand sanitizer to keep our hands clean.
4. Please stay at home if you are sick: If you have symptoms and/or if anyone in your family has a temperature of 100º or more, please remain home. Some guidelines recommend those over 60 and those with at-risk conditions stay at home – we will leave that to your own discretion.

What to Bring
1. Everyone bring your own Water Bottles
2. Face Masks 
(we will have some disposal ones for those who forget or don’t have one)
3. Bibles & Pens

1. Snacks for your kids
2. Blankets or lounge chairs – if you’d like to sit on the lawn; chairs will be provided.