Join us for Rally Day, the kick-off to our new Sunday School year!
In worship you’ll meet our Sunday School teachers and hear a little about our plans for the year. Then we’ll have a big church potluck on the front lawn to celebrate. We’ll have food, games, and crafts for all! Bring a friend, bring a neighbor, bring a dish to share… or just show up and join the fun!
We all want to help our neighbors down in Texas who are dealing with this horrific storm. Right now, the absolute best way to help is to donate money. As the months and years go by, there will be additional needs and ways to help. Right now, this is the best way we know how to send God’s love to so many hurting people. The church is sending a financial donation to Presbyterian Disaster Assistance. We encourage members and visitors and neighbors and friends to do so as well. Here is the link to donate online. Please keep all residents, animals, first responders, care providers, volunteers, disaster response agencies, and government leaders in your prayers. This is going to be a long response.
The horrific happenings in Charlottesville are on our hearts and minds and all over our newsfeeds and screens.
Please remain in prayer. Please speak up. Please listen deeply. Please continue to seek justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God.
Here are a few resources:
The response from our denominational leadership : https://www.pcusa.org/news/2017/8/14/pcusa-leaders-condemn-white-supremacy-racism/
A reflection from a Presbyterian pastor who was in Charlottesville: http://pres-outlook.org/2017/08/words-gods-word-reflection-charlottesville/
A blog post from our Transitional Presbytery Leader: http://www.glpby.org/2017/08/15/being-prepared/
The prayer we used in worship on Sunday: https://revgalblogpals.org/2017/08/13/sunday-prayer-love-supreme/
Pastor Erin’s sermon from Sunday: Sermon Genesis 37 August 13 2017
The Presbyterian Mission Agency and its Interim Executive Director, Tony De La Rosa, have put out a new video featuring conversations with local pastors and organizers about how congregations in St. Louis have been dealing with race and privilege over the past few years. Check out this video to see a few slices of those conversations:
The summer may be winding down, but we’re still rocking over at Oak Hill. Join us!
Pot Luck Luncheon
The first Sunday of every month, we celebrate communion in worship, then join together at the potluck table for lunch afterwards.
Neighborhood Foosball and Fun nights at Great American Human Foosball
Tuesday Aug. 1, 8, and 15 we’ll be playing foosball, eating snacks, and hanging with our neighbors. Come on over!
Evening Bible Study
Thursday nights from 6:30-8:00 we’re following an overview of the OT with Theocademy’s series featuring Dr. Suzie Park. No need to RSVP, just show up!
Wednesday Bible Study
Our 11am class is starting a new study on 1 and 2 Kings. We have books available for new participants. Contact the church office!
Open Gym and MOVIE IN THE PARKING LOT
Our monthly open gym night for youth is Aug 18th at 6:30. Then stay for a showing of Back to the Future in the parking lot, under the stars.
Ongoing: Backpacks and School Supplies
We’ve been collecting and distributing backpacks and school supplies for neighborhood kids. If your family needs some school supplies, feel free to stop by!
Above are just a few highlights. For the full church calendar, please click here.
Join us at our regular Sunday worship time (10:30 AM), when we’ll meet in the sanctuary to pray and get organized, then break out into groups to:
Make casseroles for Winter Outreach
Write cards for Extended Members
Pack backpacks of school supplies for Isaiah 58
Make scarves for BRO
Write letters and call Elected Officials
Craft blankets for the Crisis Nursery
And so much more!
SERVICE AS WORSHIP SUNDAY: July 23, 2017 @ Oak Hill Presbyterian Church
Join us on Monday, July 31 at 7:30 PM as we go to the Compton Heights Band Concert in Tower Grove Park, with guests Butchwax & the Hollywoods and Billy Peek in a Chuck Berry Tribute.
Bring a blanket, bring a snack, and bring a friend!
See you there!
For more info about the Compton Heights Band, go to: http://chband.org/
Fore more info about Tower Grove Park, go to: https://www.towergrovepark.org/