Here at Oak Hill we hold the Bible in the highest regard and believe it is the ultimate authority in matters of faith and conduct. Because of this, we devote a large portion of our time every week to hearing from the Bible, as explained by one of our pastors.
Often called the greatest chapter in the Bible, Romans 8 is full of gospel truths that help us understand who we are as believers in Christ.
At Oak Hill Church we want people to Know Christ, Grow in Christ and Sow Christ locally and globally. This series explores what that means for this group of imperfect people clinging to a perfect savior.
The 10 Commandments. Given on a mountaintop. Written in stone. The best known set of rules in history. The Ten Commandments often symbolize the view many have of the Old Testament and the God of the Old Testament. Cold, black and white, and often harsh. But there is grace in the Ten Commandments. In this series, we explore ten stories from the Old Testament that illustrate God’s heart to redeem his people and lead them into a life of joy and holiness.
Jesus performed many miracles during his time on earth, and all of them had the same purpose: as a sign to point to something greater. In this series we will look at a number of the miracles that Jesus performed and the greater truth that they point to.
How do I know if God really loves me? How do I know if I am going to heaven? How do I know if I've done enough? These are questions that we all ask from time to time. Fortunately the Bible has answers to these and many other questions. In this series we will look to the book of I John for confidence in our faith.
ADVENT: Celebrate the Waiting
What is prayer? How do we pray? These are questions that many of us ask regularly and this series seeks to address. Join us as we learn what the Bible teaches us about talking and listening to our Heavenly Father.
What does it mean to be a healthy church? What is a healthy leader? What is a healthy church member? In this series we walk through the book of Titus and see what Paul says about all of these things.
This summer we are looking at three Old Testament stories: Ruth, Job and Jonah. We will watch for the ways that God, whether obviously or subtly interacted with the characters and guided the narrative from beginning to end.
Don't Waste Your Summer
We want to live our lives for Jesus no matter what season it is. This year we are talking about how we can spend our time intentionally looking for ways to engage our family, our neighbors and our culture while still taking time to relax and recharge.
We are spending five weeks looking at the end of the life of Jesus. His death and resurrection was the turning point for all of history. Join us as we look at what several events from the end of Jesus' ministry can teach us today.
Deep & Wide
At Oak Hill Church we want to see people who are rooted deep in the gospel of Jesus Christ and are thereby motivated to reach wide into the community in the name of Jesus. To help accomplish this, we spent 8 weeks looking at how scripture directs us in these pursuits.
The Big Story
The Bible is a story unlike any other. It is the true story of how God has created and interacted with His creation. As we read the Bible we see four distinct acts in the story: Creation, Fall, Rescue and Restoration. In this 4 part sermon series, we spend one week on each act, looking at our place in God's Big Story.
Treasuring God's Word in 2017
In this standalone sermon, Associate Pastor Josh Koehn encourages us to begin the new year as we should every year, rooted in the Bible.
Prepare Him Room
This Christmas we took a closer look at some of our favorite Christmas Carols and the gospel truths that they contained.