Grow Spiritually

Once you receive Christ as your Savior, you get to grow in new life and freedom found only in Him.

Get Baptized

Your decision to follow Jesus Christ as your personal Savior is the most important decision you have ever made in your life! After salvation, the Bible commands us to be baptized in water – like Jesus was.

If you have not yet been baptized, click here to find out about Water Baptism.

Get Connected

Connection Brunch
Connection Brunch is the best way to know about Oaks Church and about the many different areas of serving and growing. Connection Brunch happens every third Sunday of the month. Click here for more information.
Small Groups

Growing in your faith cannot happen in a vacuum. We need each other. The deep relationships formed in small groups help us walk through life and grow closer to God. Click here to find a small group that fits your life.

New Believer Class
Alpha Class is an opportunity to explore the meaning of life in a relaxed, friendly setting. We want to answer your questions about faith and God. Each session, people enjoy great food, laughter, and learning in a fun and friendly atmosphere where no question about life or God is seen as too simple or too hostile…questions like—Is there a God? Why am I here? Where did I come from? Where am I going? This six week class meets on Wednesday nights throughout the year. Click here to register for the next class.

Read your Bible every day to get to know Christ better.

The Bible is given to us by God to show us how we can have a relationship with Him through Jesus. When we read the Bible, we learn who God is and how He works in our lives.

Talk to God in prayer every day.

Prayer is one of the primary ways in which we interact with God. We share our thoughts, concerns, and allow space for Him to work in our lives. Some people are uneasy about praying because they don’t know where to start. Prayer is simply a conversation with God. It’s a time to talk to Him about anything that’s on our mind and receive his direction and encouragement.

Click here to learn more about prayer.