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

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Connecting

Have you ever noticed that children can make friends with just about anyone? They seek out those they do not know, and they can hold a conversation with the best of them. Honesty is always their best policy. Kids will talk with people of all ages and skin color; economic status and religious background mean […]

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A Family in Memphis

  Since we now live about 3-4 hours from our hometowns, my husband and I are often asked how we like living in Memphis. If you asked Tucker 4 years ago, you may not even receive a verbal answer—just a frown.  If you asked me back then, I’d say I was just happy to live […]

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Great Oaks 2015 Vacation Bible School!

Our 2015 VBS is Sunday through Wednesday Nights, June 14th-17th, from 6:00-8:30 pm each night. This year’s theme is “TLC: Trust-Loyalty-Commitment,” as we explore 4 Bible lives that challenge us to live more faithfully with God.  We believe it will be a great week – everyone is invited! We have classes for all ages: children’s classes up through […]

Recent Sermons

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Questions: Who Do You Say That I Am?

This morning we study a question Jesus asked His disciples; a foundational question that every person must answer for themselves…

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Short Letters, Big Issues: Jude

The short letter of Jude has a challenge for Christians, and a reminder about those who try to change God’s truth. What do we learn from these short 25 verses?

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Questioning Our Father

Today we begin a series studying some of the important questions in the Bible. We begin with the very first question in Scripture – a type of question we will face, and one we must have the perspective to see through…