Oxlip Church is a place where people can meet Jesus,  engage in life-giving community, and everyone is welcome. We believe in creating a space where people can have authentic encounters with Christ, discover their gifts and use them for God's glory. Join us for our Sunday service!

Sunday Morning Worship - 9am

A typical service will last about 75 minutes. We sing a good mix of contemporary and traditional music that is led by our worship team. There is childcare available and activities for all age groups.

Coffee Fellowship

Plan to hang around after the service for coffee fellowship and meeting new people, followed by Christian Education hour.

Christian Education Hour - 10:45am

Children, youth, and adult classes. We have something for everyone! Keep scrolling to find out more.

Sunday Christian Education


Heart Shaper - teaches Bible doctrine in an age appropriate way for young children. Engaging students with God's word and biblically based music, crafts, and games.
Teachers: Steph Beaman and Cassie Rombach
Room: The Clubhouse (Upstairs in the Bradford Building)

Kindergarten - 6th grade
Mighty Messages of the Bible
A 52-week course studying the Bible from Creation to Revelation.
Teachers: Nadette Waligora, Gerri Rombach, and Kari Larson
Room: Potter's Shed (Downstairs in the Bradford Building)


B.R.I.C.K. - Jr. High (7th & 8th Grade)
(Built Right In Christ's Kingdom)
A confirmation class going through Essentials of Christianity.
Teacher: Brad Christian
Youth Building

Sr. High (9th - 12th Grade)
A weekly, thought provoking and Christianity in real life Bible study class.
Teacher: Josiah Scheumann
Room 104


A study of the gospel for women.
Facilitated by: Joyce Scheumann
Room 201


Thirty Virtues that Build a Man
Godly virtues for a group of men. Thirty simple conversations with a video series to spark and develop the weekly conversation.
Facilitated by Jim Kalisch
Conference Room


Knowing Scripture
With R.C. Sproul, this is a twelve week series with video lectures, an accompanying book, discussion questions, and practice exercises.
Facilitated by Winston Waligora
Room 105

What's a Theophany? Who is Melchizedek? A week-by-week journey encountering God in His revelation.
Facilitated by Tim Ziegler
Room 203

Pilgrim's Progress
Originally written in 1678, is John Bunyan's classic allegory which has stood the test of time and remains relevant for any Christian's journey of faith.
Facilitated by Clay Larson
Room 205

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