OceanSide church of Christ
|ceanSide church of Christ|
|1025 Snug Harbor Court,||Atlantic Beach FL 32233||(904) 246-2709|
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 AM Sunday Morning Bible Class 11:15 AM Sunday Evening Worship 5:30 PM Wednesday Evening Bible Class 7:00 PM
UPCOMING EVENTS IN THE NEXT 45 DAYS Thursday Mar. 13
The Second Coming and Judgement: Separating Fact from Fiction
Friday Mar. 14 Lock-In Sunday Mar. 23 Youth & Young Adult Devotional Saturday Mar. 29
Men's Breakfast, OceanSide Sunday Mar. 30 Birthday Recognition Sunday Mar. 30 Young Men Service PM Thursday Apr. 3
Study the Bible class Saturday Apr. 5 Youth - Sun's Game Thursday Apr. 10
Study the Bible class Sunday Apr. 13 Bring your neighbor
Sunday Apr. 13 Youth & Young Adult Devotional Thursday Apr. 17
Study the Bible class Saturday Apr. 19 Youth - Adopt-A-Highway Thursday Apr. 24
Study the Bible class See all upcoming eventsThe Second Coming and the Judgement: Separating Fact from Fiction. Topic: Preparation Needed!!! ... for members and the communityThe fifth Sunday of the month OceanSide's young men are given the opportunity to develop their Bible knowledge, skills in public speaking, prayer, leading singing, and serving communion. Come and encourage the development of our youth.Monthly member birthday recognition after evening servicesOceanSide youth sleep overMen from the Arlington, Dean Road, and OceanSide congregations meet at Golden Coral for a belt bustin breakfast followed by a spiritually challenging discussion.OceanSide invites neighbors to visit our services and Bible classLearn tools for effective Bible studyA fun activity for OceanSide's youthYouth service project - collecting trash along a mile stretch of Altantic BlvdDevotional for the youth and young adults.
After evening services
March 12, 2014(Read more devotionals)
Psalm 119:71 – It is good for me that I have been afflicted; that I might learn thy statutes.
Thought: The psalmist makes a statement that is surprising to us. He says that it was good that he was oppressed, humbled, weakened, and made to bow down. Most do not see affliction as a good thing. However, it is in time of affliction that man is made to stop and reflect and take a self-inventory. In our pain, we often learn what is really important.