Join us at 2PM on Sunday, October 2, for our annual Blessing of the Animals service. You’ll find everyone on the front steps of the church. Bring your pet, all pets welcome. Bring a friend or two!
Join us for our Christmas Eve Service at 6:30 PM. We’ll celebrate the birth of Christ with Lessons and Carols, special music and candle light. A mini-time of fellowship will occur outside, following the service,with hot drinks and cookies! We hope to see you in person (with masks and social distancing) or on Zoom at 768 992 383.
Join us this Sunday for RALLY DAY!
Come at 10am to meet the Sunday School teachers and hear about their plans for this new year of Christian Education. There is also a fun craft project for the kids!
Then stay for worship at 11 when we will commission our teachers.
Oh, and then there will be hotdogs and delicious lunch things (and more crafts) outside after worship.
All are welcome! Regulars and visitors and neighbors and seekers. Come and check it out!
Welcome to Rev. Erin Counihan, Oak Hill’s new pastor. Erin received her Master of Divinity Degree from Princeton Theological Seminary in May 2014. She graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University with a BA in Politics and Government. Erin found her call to ministry through work in social services and disaster response — working with public assistance programs in Colorado, serving with Presbyterian Disaster Assistance on the Gulf Coast and with the American Red Cross in Chicago.
During her time at Princeton, Erin served as Intern for Missional Engagement at The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville, NJ, Church Planting Intern with the PCUSA 1001 New Worshiping Communities, and as student chaplain for Pediatrics and Women’s Services at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. On campus she was the moderator of the Women’s Center, a member of the Seminary Council for Institutional Diversity , a participant and research assistant for the Liturgy and Public Witness cohort and a singer in the Gospel Ensemble.
Rev. Counihan’s first Sunday at Oak Hill will be July 27, 2014. Worship begins at 11 AM.