Sunday’s Sermon:
“The Chief End of the Church”
Romans 15:8-13
Paul concludes this section that began in Romans 14:1 through 15:7 on how we are to treat each other in the church regarding differing conviction on non-essential matters. In this passage he gives great clarity to the “why?” of church. Don’t miss it!
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For Sunday – May 17:
Here’s what to expect his Sunday:

10:30-11:45 am: New Format for our Live Stream Service
At 10:30 am, tune in to our OCC FaceBook page for a live virtual service. The service will include community worship through song (we’ve improved the technology from last week for a better experience), announcements, prayer and this week’s sermon. You can find the link by clicking HERE 

May 17 Sermon Outline download here

You can download the Small Group Questions
below or by clicking
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Sunday Worship through Music
We are going to sing along TOGETHER during our livestream service we’ve made some improvements from last week, too. Here are the two songs we will be singing if you want to preview them.
Click on the song title for the video.

All Creatures of Our God & King

A new one for this week:
Christ Our Only Hope in Life and Death

What is our hope in life and death?
Christ alone, Christ alone.
What is our only confidence?
That our souls to him belong.
Who holds our days within his hand?
What comes, apart from his command?
And what will keep us to the end?
The love of Christ, in which we stand.

O sing hallelujah!
Our hope springs eternal;
O sing hallelujah!
Now and ever we confess
Christ our hope in life and death.

What truth can calm the troubled soul?
God is good, God is good.
Where is his grace and goodness known?
In our great Redeemer’s blood.
Who holds our faith when fears arise?
Who stands above the stormy trial?
Who sends the waves that bring us nigh
Unto the shore, the rock of Christ?

Unto the grave, what shall we sing?
“Christ, he lives; Christ, he lives!”
And what reward will heaven bring?
Everlasting life with him.
There we will rise to meet the Lord,
Then sin and death will be destroyed,
And we will feast in endless joy,
When Christ is ours forevermore.