Waiting On Others
Pastor Corey Grant
Traditional Service - 8:30 am
Contemporary Service - 10 am
Sunday School - 10 am
December 13 - School Christmas Play
December 24 - Christmas Eve Service (7 pm)
December 31 - New Year's Service (7 pm)
It's always a great day at St. John's! Come celebrate His presence with us!
8:30 am. Traditional Worship
10:00 am. Sounds of the Times
a Grace place - a perfect place for imperfect people
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We’re glad you found your way to us. We are happy to share with you the good news of good things that are taking place in and through our ministry here in Oxnard.
Other than whom you choose to marry or the career track you make, choosing what church you belong to is one of the most important decisions in your life. If you have a curious interest or a tug on your heart to join us, we would be delighted! If you are looking for a perfect church, we’re not it. But if you want to join a people in love with Christ and each other, then we may be an answer to your prayers.
Check out opportunities to get connected through our website, or better yet, come experience what we’re about at one of our worship services. We hope you choose to stop by in person sometime soon!
1500 North C Street
Oxnard, CA 93030, USA
Click on the scripture reference to read the passage.
- Who is Luke writing to?
- What is the purpose of this Gospel, according to Luke?
- What do you see in this chapter that you haven't noticed before?
The word “Advent” is derived from the Latin word adventus, meaning “coming.” Advent is a season of expectation—where Christians gather together to celebrate the coming of the Savior into the world, but also look forward to the return of Jesus Christ to make all things new.
Wrapped up in the season of Advent is the idea of “waiting.” We waited for Jesus to arrive the first time. Then we wait for Him to come again. Meanwhile, we wait in lines as we do our Christmas shopping. We wait for the year to end, and a new one begin. We wait for things to change. All this expectation is tiring. Is the waiting worth it?
This advent season we begin a series called “Advent-ually”. It’s a look at why we wait, what we wait for, and why the promises of God will be ours—when we wait.
Advent-ually your depression will die in the light of His glory and grace.
Advent-ually your fears will flee in the courage the God delivers
Advent-ually your losses will lose their grip in the coming victory of Jesus
Advent-ually your abusers will no longer hold the place in your life in the love of your Savior
Advent-ually Christ will return and “make all things new”
Advent-ually: Waiting on the Blessings
Advent-ually: Waiting on the Answers
Advent-ually: Waiting on Others
Advent-ually: Waiting on Jesus
Christmas Eve Service
Advent-ually: Post Christmas Blues
New Year's Eve Service
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