A New Phase of Reopening
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A New Phase of Reopening

Dear Mount Oak Family, We are now entering a new stage in our long battle with the COVID-19 virus.  As the vaccine rolls out and conditions improve, state and county regulations are being eased, and more and more people are venturing out in hopes of resuming their normal lives. What does that mean for Mount...

End of Year Greetings from Pastor Barnes
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End of Year Greetings from Pastor Barnes

Dear Mount Oak Family, The year 2020 is drawing to a close and we have been through many things together.  The virus has disrupted our lives and challenged us to consider just how much we truly believe the things we say we believe.   As a church we have had to constantly innovate.  Our staff has done...

Service Time Change
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Service Time Change

how does one live in a day and an age where there are so many things for us to be reasonably concerned about, if not afraid of?

Service Time Change
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Service Time Change

how does one live in a day and an age where there are so many things for us to be reasonably concerned about, if not afraid of?

Outdoor Services
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Outdoor Services

Mount Oak Fellowship will begin offering outdoor services this weekend! You will have the option of staying in your car to listen on your radio (like the drive-in services we have been doing already), or getting out to sit distanced from each other.

Coronavirus Update
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Coronavirus Update

For those of you have not heard, Governor Hogan has announced that as of Friday, May 15th at 5 pm, the state of Maryland will be entering Phase 1 of the Roadmap to Recovery and the stay-at-home order will be lifted. As each of us wrestles with what that means to us on an individual level, I would like to provide an update about the plans we have at Mount Oak Fellowship for the near and intermediate futures.

A Message from Pastor Barnes
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A Message from Pastor Barnes

You may have heard of an ancient (and allegedly Chinese) curse which is translated into English, “May you live in interesting times”. The ironic point of this curse is that we crave excitement and change, but life is usually better in dull times when we experience peace and tranquility. “Interesting times” are usually troubled and uncertain.

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