Pastor Erin is teaching a new Wednesday class on the journey in the early Church from renegade, outsider, persecuted Jesus movement to Constantine’s Church of the Empire. We’re using a number of texts, but leaning heavily on Justo Gonzalez’s The Story of Christianity. Join us on Wednesdays at 11:00 AM in the Faith and Fellowship Room. Materials will be provided.
This Sunday is the first of the month, which means, YEEESSSSSS! Pot Luck Lunch! Bring a dish to share, bring a friend who likes to eat, bring a bag to bring some leftovers home with you.
Also, this Sunday, the session will be hosting conversations about safety during our meal. We had an incident in the parking lot two weeks ago, and we want to check in and chat and know what you think.
See you all on Sunday!
AMEN and Oak Hill are teaming up to host a summer day camp for middle schoolers, focused on social justice, community service, and faith!
This one-of-a-kind day camp will offer your kiddo a chance to learn more about the Bible and their faith, to do service projects for community organizations, and to learn about social justice and becoming an agent for change.
From 8 am – 5 pm each day, campers will complete service projects at local non-profit organizations, explore their faith formation, and hear from diverse leaders in the community about standing up for social justice. And of course, we’ll have lots of fun, too!
For more information, to see about camp fees, and to register, please go to: