Sunday Worship 10:30am: in-person, Facebook Live, or replay on Youtube later! Rummage sale: April 17th (sat.) @ 8am-5pm in our new “Blessing Room”, southeast corner room of our gym. EARLY RESPONSE TRAINING (ERT), MAY 1ST, IN LUBBOCK @ FUMC Lubbock (1411 Broadway Ave.) from 8am-5pm. $50 fee (some scholarships available) submit by April 16th. Contact Charlie Brown email@example.com or Sara Lattimore firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
[via Zoom, due to corona-craziness] Men’s ONLINE Bible study every Tuesday morning @ 6:30 am. Donuts and Coffee. Meets in Overton Hall (west end Oakwood UMC, 2215 58th St, Lubbock, Texas – Google Maps Link). It’s a great time to learn about the Bible, and modern Christian literature, from within a small group of just us guys. We have a great time; come hang out with us. Click for info
[Postponed Due To Corona-craziness]Future Makers Ministry (click here) is one of 45+ ministries at Oakwood UMC Lubbock Texas. Learn computer programming, robotics and problem-solving skills. For children, middle school and up, and also adult students. For more information, contact Joe Reeder at email@example.com (electronics expert who worked in the industry for many years)
Sunday Worship 10:30am: in-person, Facebook Live, or replay on Youtube later! Rummage sale: April 17th (sat.) @ 8am-5pm in our new “Blessing Room”, southeast corner room of our gym. EARLY RESPONSE TRAINING (ERT), MAY 1st, IN LUBBOCK. Join our (ERT) Early Response Team training on May 1st at FUMC Lubbock (1411 Broadway Ave.) from 8am-5pm. $50 fee (some scholarships available). Applications submitted by April 16th. Contact Charlie Brown firstname.lastname@example.org or Sara Lattimore email@example.com with any questions.
We celebrate the Creator. 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. We are located at: 2215 58th St. Lubbock, TX 79412 – (Google Maps Link) (2 blocks East of University & 58th)
What We Believe?
Communion, Holy Trinity, Baptism
We believe the Holy Communion table is open to all; it's Christ’s table, not ours. We believe the elements of Communion signify 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.
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 all on earth. TAP FOR MORE
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.
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.
“Boots on the Ground” is our neighborhood ministry. We work with Oakwood Baptist Church, Vandelia Church of Christ, and Generations to reach our community. Click to learn more about Boots on the Ground.
“The messages that we communicate by our lifestyle are the most powerful messages that we can send. People are watching and listening. Not to the messages that we wish we could give, but to the one we can’t help but give – what we show by the way we conduct our everyday lives.”
Click to watch it online at Sunday Services Video Archive page. A convenient alternative for our home-bound members or anyone who wants to watch the Sunday services online.
Men’s Bible study, every Tuesday morning @ 6:30 am. [via Zoom, due to corona-craziness]. (Click For Details) Donuts and Coffee (maybe even kolaches). Meeting in Overton Hall (west end of Oakwood UMC Lubbock complex)