Congregational Meeting April 10, 2019 - Ontario Christian Fellowship held a Congregational Meeting on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, to discuss the recent news that Pastor John Risner...
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Whether you are a seasoned church-goer or just considering trying it out, navigating a trip to church can be challenging. Where do I sit? Am I allowed to bring my coffee into the sanctuary? Which translation are they reading? Follow these 7 hacks ...
Evangelism. Itâ€™s a scary word. On a scale of 1-10, itâ€™s millennial-having-to-answer-a-phone call scary. We are afraid of embarrassing ourselves, afraid of getting it wrong, afraid of offending someone, and afraid being looked down upon.
What defines you? Democrat or Republican? Mac or PC? Batman or Spiderman? Maybe it is the clothes you wear or your favorite team. As a follower of Jesus, your relationship with Him should be your defining characteristic.
Perhaps this Christmas doesnâ€™t seem like a joyful time for you. Some seasons of life just donâ€™t feel joyful.
Have you ever booked a room online, and when you get to the hotel, itâ€™s not at all what you expected? The pictures online donâ€™t seem to be in the same zipcode!
We are excited to announce that Dr. Jim Garrett has joined the OCF Staff as our Associate Pastor!
The shepherds were watching their flocks by night. A boring, smelly existence, and it was transformed into a joyous celebration. Because the good news of Christ means joy for the downcast.
OCF joins the People Helping People ministry on the 2nd Monday of every month to help feed people on the Square in Downtown Mansfield. Join us on December 11.
The Christmas classic, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, is the story of how a mean old Grinch devised a plan to halt the most wonderful time of the year.
Sunday, December 31, will be Tim and Karen's last official Sunday at OCF, and we will be hosting a farewell reception for them immediately following the 10:30am service in the foyer to give our fellowship an opportunity to thank them for their years of service to us.
I love baby names. I even enjoy reading baby name books! Before my wife and I had any children, we had already chosen multiple names. And names are important.