For today’s devotion, we invite you to worship along with this combination of one older song (Agnus Dei) and one newer song (King of Kings). Because Jesus came to earth and died for us, one day we will be able to worship along with the angels, the elders, the cherubim, and the multitude from every...
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.
Please join us for worship. Pastor Keith Butler shares a message about Samson, comparing external and internal strength. An order of worship with announcements may be found here.
Please join us for worship and a message from Judges 9. Karl Marx compared religion to a drug that people take to evade reality, but he was wrong. Faith in Jesus Christ allows us to see the world with greater clarity not less, and to face whatever challenges come our way. Today’s message takes us...
Please join us for worship and hear Pastors Robert Barnes and Keith Butler each share a brief message about Resurrection.
Please join us for Palm Sunday worship as we think about the crowds around Jesus during Holy Week, and Pastor Robert Barnes challenges us to consider which crowd we would be in. An order of worship with sermon notes, song lyrics, and announcements may be found here.
As we look at the story of Gideon in Judges chapters six through eight we examine how to put some practical steps in place in our everyday lives to trust God more. An order of worship with announcements may be found here. Speaker: Pastor Keith Butler
Message: The Strength of Women Text: Judges 4-5 Do you ever get frustrated because we are imperfect people, living in imperfect times, with imperfect leaders? Do you ever doubt that God could possibly care about what happens to us? If so, then feel free to join us at Mount Oak Fellowship for our spring sermon...
Pastor Keith Butler offers today’s devotion: Good morning…… Today is the day the Lord has made let us rejoice and be glad in it. This morning with good weather breaking for the next couple of days I thought we should just simply “Raise A Hallelujah”.