Text: Romans 12:15-16a – Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn. Live in harmony with one another. When I was growing up in the 1960’s and 70’s people believed in talking about everything; absolutely everything. In fact, being open was expected of us. Sometimes we put our foot in our mouth, or...
Please join us worship and a message based on Judges 19-21. The story is a difficult one, and evidence of our need for salvation. An order of service with announcements and communion prayers may be found here.
Please join us for worship and a message. Pastor Robert Barnes talks about the story of Jephthah, from Judges 10:6-12:7.
For today’s devotion, Pastor Keith Butler invites you to worship our Lord and Savior.
It can be very easy to skip from the celebration of Palm Sunday to the celebration of Easter without taking time to consider the events of the week in between. For today’s devotion, we invite you to enter into the story of Holy Week as you watch and listen to this song.
Whatever you are facing today, we invite you to listen to this song, and rest in the fact that God is holding you fast, now and forever.
Do you ever feel that living a Christian life is more than just raising your hands in worship and keeping some rules? If so, then join us this week for worship and a message that reminds us of the big picture of what it means to follow Jesus – for real. Text: Hebrews 13:1-19 Speaker:...
Please join us for worship and hear Pastor Robert Barnes share a message from Hebrews 12:4-24.
Like a bodybuilder who uses medication to look like he is stronger than he is, it can be tempting to do things to look more spiritual than we really are. Pastor Keith Butler challenges us to look more at the process than at the results. Mount Oak Fellowship of the UMC mtoak.org
For our Black History Observance on February 21, 2021, Alvin Butler shares the story of Jonathan Daniels. Daniels was in seminary in Massachusetts when he answered the call of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. for Northern clergy to help complete the march from Selma, Alabama, to Montgomery that had been interrupted by a violent police...