Ministries at Oak Crest are limited only by the number of people willing to serve!
If you want to serve, we have a place for you!
If you have the spiritual gift for a ministry that we don't have yet, then get it started!
Worship and Discipleship Ministries
-Those with the desire to sing join together to support the congregational worship through the singing of hymns and occasionally a special song or production.
Oak Crest University
-Welcome Home Class: An informative four week class held twice a year for new and potential members of Oak Crest.
-Life and Faith Enrichment Classes: held periodically through out the year, these classes offer opportunities in practical life applications as well as growth and maturity in your Christian walk. Classes include: The Christian Faith (systematic theology), How to Read the Bible, personal finance and stewardship, and many more . . .
-The women of Oak Crest host events throughout the year that support the development of relationships among the women of the church and provide opportunities for spiritual growth.
-The men of Oak Crest meet monthly for a Men's Prayer Breakfast, usually on the last Saturday of the month.
Senior Adult Ministry
-Oak Crest has a thriving Senior Adult community of believers that meet often in different capacities and events, from Sunday School classes to parties, to monthly meetings and outings.
Stitchin' for Angels
-Provides hats, quilts and other handmade items to area hospitals and nursing homes for use by their patients.
-Provide the audio and visual requirements necessary for weekly services and special productions through the operation of sound equipment, movie projector, and spotlight.
-Greeters provide a friendly, smiling face on Sundays to members and visitors alike, answering questions and pointing visitors in the appropriate directions.
-Ushers offer their services before and during the services by escorting visitors to a seat if necessary, passing out visitor information, and collecting the offering through the passing of the offering plates.
-Ministers to families during and after loss primarily by providing meals.
Home Bound Visitation
-Ministering to individuals who are no longer able to physically attend church services by bringing to them a time of fellowship through a visit and to some, a copy of the previous Sundays service on a CD.
-Ministering to individuals and families confined to a hospital during the course of an illness or injury through the simple act of a few minutes spent in conversation and prayer.
-Worship Service Prayer teams consists of one or two people that pray continually during the morning worship service, asking for God's guidance, direction and protection during the service.
-The Prayer Chain is a group of members that have committed to pray for urgent prayer requests that are received at any time during the day, then pass the prayer request to the next person on the chain, creating a network of believers joined together in prayer.
-Oak Crest has a comprehensive library of fiction and non-fiction books available to its members. Library volunteers assist in the check out process and maintenance of the library.
-One of the ways that Oak Crest encourages community involvement is through service and support to two organizations here in Midlothian, Mission Midlothian and Manna House.