Weekly church services
sermons, worship, fellowship, song
multiple age groups
Communion with bread and grape juice
Bibles and educational materials
borrowing library + gift bibles as available
sick, infirm, spiritually lost, or seek counsel
ministry preparation and ordination
in cooperation with Christian Leaders College
College campus missionary presence
on site support
Charity and Good Will
food, clothing, blankets, staple supplies for those in need
+ Fund for Needs of Unwed Mothers and Struggling Parents or Guardians (* see footnote)
+ Labor for Veterans, Elderly, and Disabled Residents’ Homes (** see footnote)
Broadcast AM radio ministry
featured weekly since early 2018, now across Africa on two 100kW transmitters
A safe haven
radiant, spiritual protection where people can count upon sacred values
popular in mainstream culture or not.
2 Timothy 4:2 — Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine.
A place where people can share their God-given gifts.
Hebrews 10:24-25 — And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and good works:
not forsaking the assembling of ourselves, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another:
and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.
- * Note — the “Fund for Needs of Unwed Mothers and Struggling Parents or Guardians”, funded by donations, is very limited in money when funded at all, and is therefore subject to distribution procedures which may not any yield help for many applicants, due to excess applicants, regardless of severity of need. While help from this fund (which may or may not have money in it at any time) is of 100% equal opportunity regarding race, age, gender, nationality, creed, etc., cases will be prioritized according to severity of need, per O.C.C.’s criteria in its Bylaws, and in cases of indeterminate severity in relation to each other, a lottery system will be implemented. Money will not be distributed directly to applicants but will be used to directly meet needs for minors (such as paying for prescription medicine by distributing the money directly to the pharmacist).
- ** Note — the “Labor for Veterans, Elderly, and Disabled Residents’ Homes” program labor recipient applicants requests are subject to acceptance criteria based upon availability of volunteer laborer participation as well as O.C.C. criteria in its Bylaws. Once a recipient is notified O.C.C. intends to provide free labor for a task, he or she must understand there may be factors beyond our control which may cause postponement or cancellation. Volunteer labor is for the needy who have no practical, physical or financial ability to mend their homes, it not to save money. Disabled veterans may be prioritized and/or require less evidence of poverty than other applicants. All charitable programs offered by O.C.C. are 100% equal opportunity regarding race, age, gender, nationality, creed, etc.
All comic-style cartoons done by beloved, faithful bible cartoonist brother, Martin Young