Plan Your Visit

Sundays at 9:15 & 11:15 am

Your First Visit

If you have never been to Oak Pointe Church before, there is no need to be overwhelmed. As soon as you enter the building, you’ll see friendly team members ready to show you where to go. Feel free to stop by the Welcome Center, located just inside the doors of the East entrance, and we’ll answer any questions you might have.

Weekend Services

Sundays at 9:15 & 11:15 am

You’re welcome here no matter where you are on your spiritual journey. Our atmosphere is casual, so come as you are and dress in whatever is comfortable for you. Grab a hot cup of coffee and sit wherever you’d like. We want to make sure you feel right at home.

Our worship services are relevant, powerful, and loaded with live music and biblical teaching.

Kids Love Sundays

You’ll feel at ease checking your kids in and out using our secure check-in system. Babies and toddlers are cared for by our loving Nursery Team. Our age-specific lessons for preschool through 5th graders will ensure that your child has tons of fun as they learn about Jesus.

Our staff and team must pass background checks and have a heart for kids and families. We are committed to providing fun, engaging environments where kids can learn, be creative, and have a great time while you’re in the worship service. Sundays will quickly become your family’s favorite day of the week.

For first-time kids’ check-in, please plan to come 10 minutes early.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear?

You’ll find a range of clothing styles from somewhat casual to a little dressy. Oak Pointe is not about what you look like or what you wear. Dress in what is comfortable for you.

How long are services?

Our services are usually around an hour and fifteen minutes each.

What should I bring?

We love to dive deep into God's Word, so we encourage people to bring a Bible, a notebook, and a pen. If you don't have a Bible of your own, feel free to take one from the back of the worship center.

Who leads the church?

Our church is governed by a plurality of elders whose qualifications come from 1 Timothy 3:1-7. Four of them are on staff. The other five are lay elders from among the congregation. They govern the affairs of the church, give oversight to the Lead Pastor and staff, and shepherd the people of the congregation.

How can I get involved?

The two best ways to get involved at Oak Pointe are to join a team and get in a group. Teams are how we work together to serve Jesus and encourage the church. Life Groups are how we grow in community through discipleship, prayer, and studying the Word.