MINISTRIES

Below is a partial list of the ministries our church is involved in. For more information about any of these, please contact us. We are happy to answer your questions.

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Bible Study

 

White Oak Fellowship provides our community of faith with the tools, wisdom, and resources they need to be grounded in the Word for everyday living. Our Sunday on-campus Bible studies (and off-campus studies as announced) were established with an aim to equip you to study the Scriptures and provide a place to share with others your discoveries in the Word. Each of our classes is designed for individuals and families to be brought closer together.

Worship Services

 

Sunday Worship at White Oak Fellowship is designed to provide an encounter with the living God through prayer, praise, and a Bible based message. Sunday Worship provides an encouragement to live in Christ, a counsel for faith in Christ, a comfort that is found in Christ, a conviction that leads to confession so that we may be in Christ.

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Prestonwood Counseling Center

 

White Oak Fellowship has formed a partnership with Mary Leshe of Prestonwood Counseling Center in Sulphur Springs. Through this partnership we are able to offer Christian Counseling to our community at White Oak Fellowship every Wednesday. If this is a need for you or someone you know, please call the number below. This service is available by appointment only.

Prestonwood Counseling Center

(903) 438-9673

Iglesia Principe de Paz

 

Prince of Peace is a Spanish Language congregation meeting on our campus in the Nelson and Martha Howard chapel.”

Marzo, 2002 la Iglesia Principe de Paz Comenzo la vision de alcanzair las almas perdidas de esta area anunciando la nuevas de salvacion para la gene Hispana mostrando el amor de Jesuchristo siendo la autoridad la Biblia.

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Worldwide Missions

 

Our Church is actively involved in fulfilling the Great Commission by supporting missions around the world. This give us the opportunity to expand the reach of our ministry far beyond the borders of our community. The church planting projects we are engaged in stretch from Texas to the regions beyond.

We do this in obedience to Jesus who told His disciples to go and make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:19). "Him we proclaim, warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone mature in Christ" (Colossians 1:28).