On May 31st, we will be collecting a special Pentecost Offering. The Pentecost Offering is one of the four special offerings of the Presbyterian Church (USA). In addition to our regular weekly offering, on Pentecost Sunday, we take this special
During this time of coronavirus precautions, the Oak Hill Presbyterian Church community is helping by… 1. Staying home!! We have closed our building (with only the exceptions you’ll see below) and we are worshiping online. We’ve cancelled all programming at
Today we celebrate 125 years as a congregation. Join us in giving thanks to God and taking a look back at our journey….
Oak Hill has a tradition of individuals holding vigil in the sanctuary on Holy Saturday. Taking turns, one by one, folks hold space for grief or lament or deep, deep prayer. It’s not super structured or planned, but we always
Friends, we’re getting a little Zoom-Screen-Facebooked out. For Good Friday, we’ve made this packet for you to enjoy a bit of at-home worship and reflection on your own. You can print it out and complete it, or just do part
Our Wednesday morning Bible Study Class will be meeting on Zoom. During our coronavirus stay-at-home time, we’ll gather together online. Use this info to join us via Zoom. Have a bible handy, and be open to a few technical glitches.
We are trying different ways of worshiping together during this coronavirus outbreak. Currently, we’re using Zoom to worship together. Each week, we gather at 10:30 a.m. on Zoom (www.zoom.com), using Meeting ID: 768 992 383. (You can also call in,
There are two opportunities for the imposition of ashes on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Ashes-to-Go at the corner of S. Grand & Arsenal 7:00 p.m. Ecumenical Worship in the Sanctuary at Oak Hill
Special worship services, cookies, music, and gatherings. Check out our Advent and Christmas calendar. Advent 1 Sunday, December 1 Hanging of the Greens and Communion Advent 2 Sunday, December 8 Christmas Cantata Advent 3 Sunday, December 15 Children’s Christmas
Neighbors! Friends! Put your carving skills to the test. Bring your very best carved (or otherwise fabulously decorated) pumpkin to our first ever Pumpkin Walk. Drop your gourd off at the church on Halloween day, sometime before 6pm. Then we’ll