On Sunday, August 30, 2015 (date change) we will have a pastor swap. In Oakdale we will hear the word from Pastor Josh Hampsher from New Heights Christian Fellowship, our Wesleyan sister church in Farmington, while Pastor Paul speaks in Farmington. Let’s have a good showing for Pastor Josh and be a part of this denominational fellowship.
If God is really God, then why does he need my money? That is a great question, and the answer is that God doesn’t need money . . . nor food. So why did ancient people offer up so many animals? In our 2015 Fall All-Church Spiritual Formation we will look at offerings through the whole Bible to help us see What God Wants.
Please join us!
The series begins on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015 at 10 a.m. and runs through October.
Sunday, August 2, 2015 our guest speaker will be Scott Drury, Development Advisor for Wesleyan World Hope International. Scott will just have returned from 12 days in Liberia, so he will have the most recent updates from that country.
Service begins at 10 a.m.
The book of Daniel is a key to study for biblical prophecy, but it also contains much more. Our summer sermon series, Daniel’s Secrets, focuses on the character of Daniel, and his life of prayer. It begins July 19, 2015.
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.
We are pleased to begin a new partnership with The Waters Senior Living of Oakdale. On the last Sunday of each month, beginning on Sunday, June 28, 2015, we will have a 2 pm Worship and Communion Service at The Waters.
Join us Saturday, May 30, 2015, 9 am to Noon for the Church Work Day. We’ll be cleaning up the landscaping, and interior cleaning work will also be available. The weather forecast is nice, and we’ll be providing hot dogs for lunch.
Be in charge of the tabernacle of the covenant law—over all its furnishings and everything belonging to it . . . all its furnishings . . . take care of it. (from Numbers 1:50)
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.
Join us for a baptism service!
- 10 am Worship at Oakdale Wesleyan Church (6477 10th St. N.)
- 11:30 am Potluck Meal in the Oakdale Wesleyan Fellowship Hall
- 1 pm Baptism at Redeemer Baptist Church (2479 Geneva Ave. N.)
- 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.