Baptism is an outward demonstration of obedience to Christ by one who has declared his faith to others. We are excited to guide you in the understanding of core Bible teachings and the celebration of the important decision of baptism. In baptism, God signs and seals our conversion to him. For all we may not understand about baptism, we can be sure of one thing—it is a holy moment. Click HERE to learn more about baptism and schedule your baptism at Oak Hills Church!
Jesus established the Lord’s Supper shortly before His death. On the evening before the crucifixion while sharing Passover with his disciples, “Jesus took bread, gave thanks, and broke it, and gave it to his disciples, ‘Take and eat; this is my body.’ Then he took a cup, and gave thanks, and offered it to them, saying, ‘Drink from it all of you. This is the blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins’” (Matthew 26:26-28). Do this in remembrance of me (Luke 22:19).
The Lord’s Supper is a time to remember the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. During this memorial remembrance the bread symbolizes the body of Christ and the wine symbolizes the blood of Christ. When believers take the elements in an act of worship, gathering in His name, Christ ‘s presence is among them and felt (Matthew 18).
Oak Hills Church invites all who believe in Jesus and have accepted His gift of salvation to participate in receiving communion.
The Role of Women In The Church
Based on our study and understanding of scripture, women may serve in any and all areas with the exception of serving as an Elder of Oak Hills Church. Click the link to read a complete, in-depth study conducted by Oak Hills Church’s Doctrinal Advisory Group (DAG) on the role of women in the church.
The Role of Women in the Church (Download .pdf)
Marriage and Sexuality
We believe that the Bible defines “marriage” as one man, one woman for life (Mark 10:6-9). We further believe that intimate sexual activity is a sacred gift of God and intended to be celebrated only between a man and a woman who are married to each other (1 Corinthians 6:18; 7:2-5; Hebrews 13:4).