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Men's leadership breakfast, Monthly: 2nd Saturday @ 8 am. (Click For Details). ....|..      Men's Bible study, "The Circle Maker", every Tuesday a.m. (Click For Details). ....|..      Future Makers Ministry. (Click For Details). ....|..

We Celebrate The Creator

We are a growing body; come grow with us! Oakwood United Methodist Church focuses on you; like you were family. Oakwood is full of people who want to love God and their neighbors a little more each day. We are the kind of church where you can find a friend. Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand. It is the greatest gift anyone can give. Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless. We make a living by what we get, but a life by what we give.

Oakwood UMC Mission Statement

Inviting. Connecting. Transforming.

– Inviting one person at a time to Oakwood UMC.
– Connecting one person at a time to a small group and ministering to the world.
– Transforming one person at a time to the likeness of Jesus Christ.

What We Believe

Communion Oakwood United Methodist Church, Lubbock Texas


We believe the Holy Communion table is open to all, because it's Christ’s table, not ours. We believe the elements of Communion signify the body and blood of Christ for us, helping us to be Christ’s body in the world today. TAP FOR MORE


We serve Communion every Sunday at the Contemporary Worship Service, and the first Sunday of the month at the Traditional Worship Service.
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Holy Trinity Oakwood United Methodist Church, Lubbock Texas

Holy Trinity

We understand God to be three persons in one: Father, Son & Holy Spirit. We believe God the Father is the creator of life and the one who sent Jesus Christ the Son to bring salvation to the ends of the earth. TAP FOR MORE

Holy Trinity

We believe Jesus died for the sins of humanity and rose from the dead. We believe that the Holy Spirit is God’s present activity in our midst.
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Baptism Oakwood United Methodist Church, Lubbock Texas


We believe baptism is a symbol of new life and a sign of God’s love and forgiveness of our sins. Through baptism we are joined with the Church and with Christians everywhere. We will baptize persons of any age. TAP FOR MORE


We baptize by sprinkling, immersing, or pouring. It is our understanding that baptism should only happen once in a person’s life. Since this is a sign of God’s love, we do not believe it can be done incorrectly.
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Staff – Oakwood UMC

MARTHA OWENAdmin Assistant
LARISSA JENKINSPreschool Director

Additional Staff

Patti Thompson: – Worship Leader
Dennis Watts: – Praise Team Leader
John Fox: – Video Ministry

Kim Fisher: – Organist
Sarah Fox: – Pianist
Tommy Linsley: – Media

Audrey Cruz: – Nursery
Breanna Roberts: – Nursery

Missed a Service ??

Click to watch it online at Sunday Traditional Services Archive page. A Sunday service archive for our home-bound members or anyone who wants to watch the Sunday services online.
Mens Tuesday Morning Bible Study, The Circle Maker, Oakwood UMC Lubbock Texas Men’s Bible study, every Tuesday morning @ 6:30 am. Donuts and Coffee (maybe even kolaches). Meeting in Overton Hall (west end of Oakwood UMC Lubbock complex).  (Click For Details) This session, we are studying “The Circle Maker: Legend of Honi’s Prayers” by Pastor Mark Batterson. Here’s a quote from that book:
“Drawing prayer circles around our dreams isn’t just a mechanism whereby we accomplish great things for God. It’s a mechanism whereby God accomplishes great things in us.”

Wednesday Night Dinner

Every Wednesday @ 6 pm. Potluck style meal.
Bring your friends and family.

Hearing Devices

There are hearing devices available for the hearing impaired. Please find an usher and they will be happy to assist you with obtaining one.

Prayer Chain

If you are in need of a prayer, please contact the church office. We will put you on our Prayer Chain. (806) 792-3321

Upcoming Events

  1. Memorial Day USA, Oakwood United Methodist Church, Lubbock Texas

    Memorial Day

    May 27
  2. Happy Fourth of July, Independence Day from Oakwood United Methodist Church, Lubbock Texas