Oak Orchard Assembly of God

 

 

Welcome to Oak Orchard Assembly of God

 

 
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"Loving people where they are, 

helping them become all God created them

to be" 

Oak Orchard is a biblical community made up of people just like you learning to love each other where we are while we become who God wants us to be.

This is most effectively accomplished through relationships - life in life, serving and helping one another. This is facilitated through our various avenues of ministry, which includes something for every age, and stage of life.

This church exists because of Jesus and His mercy and we invite you to come and develop a relationship with Him together with us. 

I pray God's blessings will rest upon you as you discover your destiny in his   kingdom. His plans for you are extraordinary!
 

Sincerely,

Pastor Daniel & Diane Thurber

 
 


Service Times

Sunday:
9:15AM- Fellowship
9:30AM - Sunday School
10:30am -Worship Service


 

 
 
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Phone - 585-798-0775
Pastor Thurber ooag@juno.com
Church Secretary rcooag@rochester.rr.com
New York District Assembly of God http://www.nydag.org/
 

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