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Welcome to Oak Hills
Since 1964, Oak Hills Presbyterian Church has been a beacon for Christ on Thiessen Hill. We are a growing, active neighborhood church that worships and serves together to the glory of God.
Come join us!
“…and they shall be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of his glory.”
Want to know more about Christianity? Want to ask the questions you’ve never felt comfortable asking? Good news: The Alpha Course is coming to Oak Hills!
Beginning Thursday, January 19th and continuing weekly through Thursday, March 23rd, we will be meeting in the Oak Hills Fireside room from 6:30-8:30pm for fellowship, dinner, a video presentation and discussion. Alpha is intended to be a place where anyone can comfortably explore the meaning of the Christian faith without pressure or judgement.
Taking the Alpha Course has also historically been an experience of deepening faith for people who already believe. So, come one, come all! Want to sign-up for Alpha or watch the Alpha video trailer to learn more? Follow this link to our Oak Hills Alpha page. (Please note that there is no cost for the Alpha Course or dinner.)
Young Adult Ministry Potluck and Game Night! Saturday, January 28th 6:30pm. Bring a dish and a game to share. All young adults (18-39ish) are welcome to join. Meets at Oak Hills in the Fireside Room.
Winter Family Outing! Saturday, January 28th 10am-2pm. This event is currently planned for the Little John SnoPark, but is weather contingent and requires an RSVP to Children’s Director Susan Teague. Open to all families/teens/adventurous adults, etc! Email Susan: firstname.lastname@example.org.
5th Sunday All-Church Fellowship Breakfast. Sunday, January 29th, 9am. Mark your calendars and join us in the Fellowship Hall for breakfast before the 10am worship service!
Beginning February 12th:
9am Sunday Morning Discipleship Series “Clearing the Mist.” Study begins with 4 weeks of “The Story of the Church” led by Rev. Christy Polk and Rev. Dr. Dick Spencer, and continues with “How to Enjoy Reading Your Bible” by elder Larry Totzke. Meets in the Oak Hills staff office (off main hallway).