OceanSide church of Christ

ceanSide church of Christ
1025 Snug Harbor Court, Atlantic Beach FL 32233
(904) 246-2709

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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

Quarterly trash pickup along Atlantic Blvd to support free advertising for the church.
Come and help distribute breakfast, snacks and a Bible based magazine to children who catch the bus in front of our building.
A monthly study of the basic beliefs of twelve denominational groups.
Join us after Sunday evening service for our monthly Fellowship Unity Night (FUN) and enjoy dessert and time with your Christian brothers and sisters.
Join the OceanSide ladies for lunch and fellowship at a local restaurant.
Men from the Arlington, Dean Road, and OceanSide congregations meet at Golden Coral for a belt bustin' breakfast followed by a spiritually challenging discussion.
The Young Adults and Youth unite for a time of fun, fellowship, and finger foods.
ThursdayMar. 29
Before School
Bus Stop Kids
SaturdayMar. 31
8:00 AM
Men's Breakfast
SundayApr. 1Fellowship Unity Night
ThursdayApr. 5
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Denominational Doctrines Class
ThursdayApr. 5
Before School
Bus Stop Kids
SaturdayApr. 7
Ladies' Luncheon
ThursdayApr. 12
Before School
Bus Stop Kids
ThursdayApr. 19
Before School
Bus Stop Kids
SaturdayApr. 21
8:00 AM
SaturdayApr. 21Youth and Young Adult Get-Together
ThursdayApr. 26
Before School
Bus Stop Kids
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March 17, 2018

Proverbs 28:11 – The rich man is wise in his own conceit; but the poor that hath understanding searcheth him out.

Thought: Wealth is seen by many as the answer to all problems. “If I just had enough money,” is the thought of many. Because wealth brings a man some independence and power, it often deceives the one who has it. He becomes wise in his own conceits. If this happens, it is better to be poor with understanding. The poor man can easily see the arrogance of the rich. Adam Clarke summarized is well, when he wrote: “Wealth blunts, poverty sharpens, the critical power of the intellect.”

Ecclesiastes 9:15-16

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