OceanSide church of Christ
|ceanSide church of Christ|
|1025 Snug Harbor Court,||Atlantic Beach FL 32233||(904) 246-2709|
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 AM Sunday Morning Bible Class 11:15 AM Sunday Evening Worship 5:30 PM Wednesday Evening Bible Class 7:00 PM
UPCOMING EVENTS IN THE NEXT 45 DAYS Friday Feb. 24 Chili Cook Off, Game Night Saturday Feb. 25 Yes Weekend Sunday Feb. 26 Birthday Recognition Saturday Mar. 4
Ladies' Luncheon Saturday Mar. 4 Standing In the Gap Tuesday Mar. 7
Ladies' Class Friday Mar. 17 Youth Lock In Tuesday Mar. 21
Ladies' Class Sunday Mar. 26 Birthday Recognition Wednesday Mar. 29 5th Wed Singing Saturday Apr. 1
Ladies' Luncheon Tuesday Apr. 4
Ladies' Class Saturday Apr. 8 Youth Service Project See all upcoming eventsJoin us the fifth Wednesday of the month to enjoy singing your favorite hymns for one hour.Monthly member birthday recognition after evening servicesChili Cook Off
Game NightA bi-weekly class for ladies. We are examining the book, "Because I Said So".Join the OceanSide ladies for lunch and fellowship at a local restaurant.Youth devotional and baking of goodies for our shut-ins.There is a huge need in our brotherhood today to develop godly leadership, leadership in the home, the workplace and in the church. Thanks to the vision of the Lake City Elders a program was started to encourage such leadership training. Each year speakers from all over the brotherhood come to offer biblical lessons that challenge and encourage men to become the leaders God expects.Yes Weekend energizing young people (Valdosta GA)OceanSide youth sleep over
February 22, 2017(Read more devotionals)
Proverbs 15:12 – A scorner loveth not one that reproveth him: neither will he go unto the wise.
Thought: The scorner is one who speaks against the truth and against the messenger of truth. He is one whose life is not lived in accordance with God’s Word. When he is rebuked, he does not care for the one who does the rebuking. The wise are those who are knowledgeable of God’s ways and God’s holy precepts. The scorner wants nothing to do with the wise either. “…he prefers the society where his frivolity finds approbation…” (e-sword, Keil & Delitzsch).