Oakland Avenue Presbyterian Church
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   We are the Body of Christ



   To become like Christ as we live by

   His WORDS



   Celebrate God in all that we do


    Serve our neighbors

R elationships:

    Connect through caring    



   Follow Jesus in practices that lead to    spiritual growth


   Empower OAPC as a corporate-size   



You are invited to join with the congregation of Oakland Avenue Presbyterian Church as we

Worship God together on Sundays.

Summer Schedule:

9:30 am Lemonade & Coffee, Welcome Ctr.

10:00 am Worship (Sanctuary)

Regular times:

8:45 am Worship (Sanctuary)

9:45 am Sunday School (3 years-Adult)

11:00 am Worship (Sanctuary)


Videos: Recent Worship Services 


Church Goals (2012-2016):

Click here to print or download your copy of the Church Goals (2012-2016)


General Assembly Update

Information from the 221st Assembly

Decisions and Upcoming Items to be Voted on by Presbyteries click here.

Update Gathering handout here.



Welcome to Oakland Avenue Presbyterian Church

Upcoming Events and Programs

we hope you can be a part of:

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We are excited to introduce and welcome

The Reverend Jeffrey Earl Bryan, as our new

Senior Pastor, Head of Staff.

Reverend Bryan received his Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, NJ, where he was awarded

the coveted Jagow Prize for preaching excellence.

He is currently a candidate for his Doctor of Ministry

at the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA.  

            More information is available by clicking here.

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OAPConsort Series, "Requiem for the Living",

Saturday, May 16, 2015, 7:30 p.m. Sanctuary

Sky”  - Featuring Dan Forrest’s “Requiem for the Living” and Light,

a display of ten works by fine art photographer, James P. Karner.

The adult choirs of Oakland Avenue Presbyterian Church and the Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, Rock Hill, will combine under the direction of OAPC Music Director, Tim Moe, accompanied by the OAPChamber orchestra with organist, Virginia S. Moe, Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, to present

“Requiem for the Living”. This is a Rock Hill premier of this moving work.

In addition, the concert will feature a visual element, with the work of

nationally-recognized fine art photographer, James P. Karner

(for more information, click here.) This concert is sponsored in part

by the Moore Family endowment (click here), and is free to the public.

A free will offering will be accepted.

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