Fellowship of Oso Creek Adds a Second Service, Changes Service Times

Christian church Fellowship of Oso Creek will have two Sunday morning services instead of one.

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We are a very laid-back and friendly family of believers. Sunday mornings before service begins is a good time to relax in our lounge area and enjoy a cup of coffee with friends.

Corpus Christi, TX (PRWEB) May 16, 2014

People attending Sunday church service at Fellowship of Oso Creek will now have two services from which to choose – 9:16 a.m. and 11:01 a.m. The identical services, which will allow more space for the church’s growing attendance, will both provide Promiseland children’s ministry for infants through fifth grade.

Fellowship of Oso Creek invites families and individuals to dress casually and worship freely at each of the new service times. “We are a very laidback and friendly family of believers,” said Lead Pastor Matt Brennan. “Sunday mornings before service begins is a good time to relax in our lounge area and enjoy a cup of coffee with friends.”

Both of the new service times will offer the church’s Promiseland children’s ministry in which all the lessons are Bible-centered. Classes for children range in age from infants in the nursery to fifth grade students. “In Promiseland, we instill the love of Jesus with instruction and example and through fun activities,” said Director of Children’s Ministry Tammy Conolly. “From an early age, volunteers speak Bible truths to the children, and as children mature we work a lot with Bible memorization.”

The mission at Fellowship of Oso Creek is to share the life-giving message of Jesus Christ -- across the street and around the world. An entire Mission Team is devoted to provide opportunities for church members to serve both locally and globally.

Currently, one family from the church is working with orphans in Ecuador. Locally, the men’s ministry hosts a Bible study for residents at Villa Assisted Living. “As a church, we support local charities, such as Adoption and Foster Care Alliance of the Coastal Bend, Bethesda House, Station Ministry for the Homeless, and Church Without Walls for the Homeless,” said Brennan.

About Fellowship of Oso Creek

Fellowship of Oso Creek believes in loving people, loving God, and seeing lives transformed through a growing relationship with God. “Creekers” strive to live in genuine community through small group meetings and Bible studies. To learn more, visit http://www.osocreek.org or visit them on Facebook.


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