Become Healthy Sermon Discussion Series
Leader: Jen Galley
Wednesdays | 6:30-7:45p | May 2, 9, 16 & 23
Join us as we dive deeper into our May sermon series, Become Healthy. We'll discuss everyday applications and explore practical ways to experience health and freedom in our minds, emotions, bodies and relationships. We will also be encouraging each of you to "experiment" with a practice or spiritual discipline that will help you grow in the particular area Pastor Rod will be addressing that following weekend. Registration encouraged but not required.
Make a difference around the world with other Oak Hills women! Join us a s we pack meals at Feed My Starving Children on May 3. Make some new friends, have fun with old ones, all impacting families in need. Ice cream treats to follow. Bring your daughters, your granddaughters, your friends and neighbors--this is a great event to invite other women who don't attend Oak Hills Church. We welcome women and girls ages 5 and up to register by April 30. Registration is required.
We’re having an ice cream social to celebrate the warmer weather and send Saturday Night Services off in style for the summer. Don’t worry - they’ll be back in the Fall! If you can’t make it on Saturday night, we’ll have doughnuts and coffee waiting for you on Sunday morning.
Check out oakhillschurch.net for all the events and opportunities we have this summer!
Hey Men! Let's give back and meet at Feed My Starving Children in Eagan 6-7:30p to pack food for deserving children. Afterward, we'll hang out at Buffalo Wild Wings for FREE wings and soda!
This is open to men/young men ages 8 and up. We have limited space so be sure to register by May 7! Why not bring a friend? You can signup additional family members and/or friends by registering from your confirmation email. Registration is required.
This summer, kids who attend Oak Hills Church and are entering 3rd-6th grade have the opportunity to go to Kids Camp at Lake Geneva Christian Center in Alexandria, MN. From June 20-23, kids will spend time away from TV, video games and their normal routine and will invest that time in life-changing activities. They’ll have a blast worshiping God, developing close friendships, swimming in the lake, climbing the indoor rock wall, and playing team games.