A Christ-centered, Bible-based, family-oriented church committed to God, one another, and our community.

Alive in Christ!

Jesus said: “I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.”-John 10:10
Too often, we are lost: just “existing” or “going through the motions”.
But God has something bigger for us, and it’s found only through His Son.
Join us at Great Oaks in 2015 as we focus on being “Alive” in Christ!

Latest Church Blog Posts


Day 5 of our 40 Days of Prayer (October 8, 2015)

Day 5 – ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE “I am not telling you this because I need anything. I have learned to be satisfied with the things I have and with everything that happens. ” (Philippians 4:11) -Shared by Roberta Pledge… We can get very comfortable on the pity pot.   We hastily crawl up on it every occasion […]


Day 4 of our 40 Days of Prayer

Day 4  – MY JOB “In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.  (Matthew 5:16 ) Shared by Brenda Amon… On my job, you can rest assured that no two days will be the same. I usually plan the next day’s priorities the night […]


Day 3 of our 40 Days of Prayer, October 6, 2015 (English and Spanish)

My Wellness Journey “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” (Philippians 4:13) I am thankful for Christ strengthening me to desire to be healthier.  I am thankful that I began my Weight Loss journey April 2012 which evolved into a Wellness journey.  Even though I still struggle with food issues, I am […]

Recent Sermons


Prayer Night Devotional: Casting Anxiety

Today we begin “40 Days of Prayer” as a church family, and tonight we have a devotional followed by a time of prayer.  Here’s the devotional thought presented before we begin our prayer time…


Understanding the Spiritual World: Angels

This morning we study about those spiritual beings who chose to honor and serve God. What does the Bible tell us about angels? What do they do in the lives of God’s people?


Moses: Who is the Lord?

Moses and Aaron are going back to Egypt, ready to help God deliver His people. But it doesn’t exactly begin as they hoped, and Moses goes back to God, frustrated. God’s answer is an interesting one, and we will come to find out just how powerful an answer it is…