At Oakland, we want to do everything we can to “clear the way” for you to come to church. We want you to experience great music, encouraging messages, friendly people and a relaxed atmosphere. In case you are wondering about the services at Oakland, here's a little about...
For those who prefer a little more traditional style service and still sing some of the newer praise songs too...
Try our 8:30am service on Sunday mornings. Great music, rousing congregational singing, and times of peaceful quietness make the traditional service at Oakland a welcome haven in a hurried world. The biblical sermons that are preached will give you helpful insights into making life more meaningful.
For those with contemporary taste…
The 11:15 service on Sunday mornings has a casual, laid-back feel. The message of hope is shared through upbeat contemporary worship music.
Knowing Jesus and making Him known.
To make and deploy mature and equipped followers of Christ for the sake of family, community and global transformation to the glory of God.
JULY 10 - JULY 14 | 5-8 p.m. | 5-11 yrs
Oakland's High Power Soccer coming July 10-14. High Power Soccer is a summer sports camp for ages 5-11 yrs for 3 hrs each day from 5-8 p.m. Kids will learn and perform soccer drills, play games, and participate in Bible lessons/skits/songs.
ONLINE REGISTRATION BEGINS MAY 30, 2017
For more information, please contact HPS.
Oakland Baptist Church's Communications Team's mission is to establish, implement, and manage church guidelines and procedures to facilitate clear and consistent information sharing.
The Creative Team assists ministries with promoting their events creatively including live skits & videography. The team meets periodically throughout the year and more frequently when working on an event.
Bring your infants and toddlers to Tot Spot on Sundays 9:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Tot Spot is our Sunday morning program for infants-preschoolers because we all need to know about God’s awesome love for us right from the start. Tot Spot is located in the basement level of the main church building.