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Our weekly worship gathering is on Sundays at 10:00am, followed by a potluck meal. Coffee is provided and kids are very welcome. See more details below.
Location & Parking
We’re located at 2100 Chapel Hill Rd, Durham, NC 27707 (across from the YMCA and on the DATA bus line). If you are visiting, please park in the special reserved lot behind the church’s education building off of Bivins. If you become a regular, please consider parking over at the YMCA. Everyone with small children, please use Bivins to ease your loading and unloading process.
Our Sunday worship gatherings usually begin with a call to worship, an opening song of preparation, and brief announcements. This is followed by a time of corporate singing, a sermon based on Scripture, and participating in the communion table. There is often time for people from the congregation and surrounding community to give testimonies of God’s faithfulness.
We extend our fellowship through our potluck meal downstairs after each worship gathering. You are invited to bring some food to share with others as we share in meeting each other’s needs, even as the Lord meets our spiritual hunger. We celebrate God’s provision and enjoy each other’s company. Whether or not you bring something to eat, you are always invited and there is always enough.
Kids are a big part of life here. We welcome families and have a great team of volunteers who serve our children during the worship gathering. We offer a nursery for the duration of our worship time and kids programs that dismiss after singing. Check out the Kids Page for more information about checking your children in and such.
We welcome worshipers to receive the elements of the Lord’s Table by His grace and invitation, and in celebration of the kingdom declared by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ on a weekly basis. Our practice involves the breaking of a piece of bread and dipping it into a common goblet as administered by members of the Body.
Details & Dress
When you arrive, come on in the front sanctuary doors, fill out a name tag, and find a seat to settle or walk downstairs to the fellowship hall for some freshly brewed coffee before service starts. And Sunday attire is pretty casual at Oak Church. Many wear jeans and casual wear, some coat and ties. Simply come as you are and as you want.