Our Annual Meeting is today (Sunday, June 14, 2015) at 11:15 am, right after worship service. We will be electing our leaders, approving a budget, reviewing what God has done in us and through us last year, and looking toward the future.
The first letter of John tells us what our lives should look like in relation to God and others when we are not living in darkness, but in God’s light. Join us for this new series, which begins on Sunday, May 24, 2015.
During the series, those working through Living Stones will be encouraged to work on the Accountability stone.
During the Reach Sermon series we are working on obtaining the Evangelism Stone. To work towards obtaining the stone:
- Share your testimony and/or the Good News of Salvation in Jesus to a non-Christian.
- Give towards Faith Promise for Missions
- Make plans to go on or support a mission trip
- Share with one of the pastors regarding your experience in these activities.
Have you ever felt betrayed? We have a Savior who can empathize. Our Easter series, The Betrayal of Jesus, begins on Sunday March 22, 2015.
Excerpted from Dr. Jo Anne Lyon’s article
The Global Wesleyan Church expresses its condolences to the people of Egypt and also to his Holiness Pope Tawadros II, patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church. On Sunday, February 15, ISIS-affiliated terrorists beheaded 21 Egyptian Christians who were kidnapped in Libya. The terror group videotaped the beheadings.
Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church, requests that Wesleyans join her in praying for peace in Libya, Egypt, and the entire Middle East, as well as prayer for the international community and their response–particularly during Sunday services, February 22.
Read the full article at: http://www.wesleyan.org/3137/wesleyans-called-to-pray-for-egyptian-christians-following-murders
The community is invited to an . . .
Art Installation Ceremony and Reception
on Saturday, February 7, 2015 at 1:00 p.m.
Oakdale Wesleyan Church
6477 10th St. N. Oakdale
ICHTHUS by Nate Hillyer
The pieces are from an art contest sponsored by Oakdale Wesleyan Church held at Indiana Wesleyan University. Student artists prepared art depicting Philip the Evangelist and the Ethiopian Official from Acts 8:26-40. The winning paintings will hang permanently at Oakdale Wesleyan Church as a reminder and symbol of the mission given to us by Jesus to make disciples from all peoples by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Refreshments will be provided.
Click here to read more information on the art contest.