We are currently on our summer worship schedule with one worship service at 9:30am. This schedule will continue through Labor Day. Don’t forget we also offer an evening Vespers service with Holy Communion at St. Mary’s in Coupeville at 6:30pm on Sunday nights. See you at worship!
Join us for a special Father’s Day Fellowship Hour after worship. We will have DONUTS! Lots and lots of donuts. Some might even have bacon on them. All are welcome and encouraged to join us as we celebrate the dads, grandpas, and father figures of OHLC.
This year our Vacation Bible School program is being reinvented as an all-ages evening family camp. We’ll start each night with a family-style dinner, continue with multigenerational faith formation activities, games, and crafts, and conclude each night out at our fire put with s’mores and closing worship. On Friday night, those who wish can camp out on the back lawn of the church and enjoy a pancake breakfast on Saturday morning. Registration forms will be available soon on our website and in the church office. All ages are welcome! (Minors must be accompanied by a family member, unless other arrangements are made with Pastor Spencer or Beth Stephens.)
Click here to download our registration form: 2019 SMORE JESUS REGISTRATION FORM
Completed forms can be brought in to the church office, or mailed to: Oak Harbor Lutheran Church 1253 NW 2nd Ave. Oak Harbor, WA 98277
We have partnered with Tithe.ly, a secure online giving platform endorsed by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, to provide opportunities for online giving. You can click “Make a Donation” at the top right of our website to give or download the free “Tithe.ly” app (the one with the green logo) to give a single gift or set up recurring automatic withdrawal tithes.
Wear red as we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit and the confirmation of two of our young people. Plan on sticking around for a special fellowship time afterwards with cake! Remember, we’re on our summer schedule with one service at 9:30am!
Our Bible study for the week of May 26 is on Revelation. Below is a link to the video, along with the Bible passages we read with the discussion questions. If you want to add your comments and perhaps start on online conversation about these texts, visit our Facebook page and find the post for this Bible study.
CLICK HERE to view the Bible study video.
WATCH VIDEO #1
READINGS & DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
READ 1:9-20 What is significant about John’s circumstances and day when he received this vision? What is the meaning of the seven stars? The seven lampstands? What does it mean for the church to be a light?
READ 4:1-8, 5:11-14 Where have you heard these words before? What do they tell us about Jesus?
READ 12:1-6 How does this vision describe the ongoing struggle between God’s people and the devil?
WATCH VIDEO #2
READINGS & DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
READ 17:1-14 What does the “great prostitute” represent? How does the “great prostitute” symbolize what was wrong in society, both then and now? What hope can be found in this passage?
READ 21:1-8 What would this last vision have meant to the early Christians? What does it mean for us?