This is the second talk on the relationship between the Jesus follower and the violence, large and small, in our lives.
This is the first of two talks on the relationship between followers of Jesus and violence.
John Friedrick shared with us about the importance of a lived gospel, one that honors everyone involved.
We had a special guest speaker on Sunday the 17th. While Breck and John were in a daze from working the corndog booth at Oktoberfest all weekend Tony Kriz shared this message with our church.
Our friends David and Jill shared about prayer and encouraged us to spend 24 hours tag-team praying in a room they had set up in our building. It was an encouraging and uniting time with a family who we treasure
Jennifer, Jaime, and Sarah, the women behind the Silverton Warming Shelter shared their hearts with us! They have a great vision for hospitality and Oak St. Church is proud to partner with them in serving our community.
Kate shared about (among other things) how our communities can thrive when we value the right things.
Danielle shared beautifully on the family as a source of better practices in community. (And it was way more fun than that description makes it sound!)
Christine Paysinger shared with us about the significance of Passover to the Last Supper and Jesus’ institution of Communion