Oak Hill will host an ecumenical worship service, March 28, at 7:00 PM. We will follow the ancient tradition of Tenebrae (Shadows), which includes a gradual extinguishing of lights as we move into our observance of Good Friday, the Easter Vigil and finally, on to Resurrection Sunday.
Joining us this evening will be:
Compton Heights Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Isaiah 58 Ministries, Inc.
Oak Hill Presbyterian Church
St. Louis Mennonite Fellowship
Tyler Place Presbyterian Church
4111 Connecticut Street, Saint Louis, MO 63116-3926.
Phone: (314) 664-5525
We are located at the corner of Oak Hill and Connecticut, three blocks south of Tower Grove Park. Directions to Oak Hill Presbyterian Church
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Come join us this Sunday
10:00 a.m. Sunday School for children, youth and adults (September – May)
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Fellowship time will follow worship
Child care is available during our worship service.
Church e-mail: email@example.com
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During Advent, Youth and Adult musicians, liturgists and readers lead worship at Oak Hill.
January 6 is Peanut Butter Sunday at Oak Hill. We’ll be collecting peanut butter in plastic jars for Isaiah 58 Ministries during the Time For Young Disciples. You are certainly welcome to bring any food item from your pantry stash!
See you Sunday!
January 6 – Peanut Butter (plastic jar)
January 13 – Jelly (plastic jar)
January 21 – Pears (canned)
January 27 – Whole Grain Bread
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