At Rolling Oaks Christian Church, you’ll find a vibrant, loving, and accepting group of people.
We have a diverse congregation, and offer ministries for all ages including weekly adult Bible study, children’s and youth ministries, adult and children’s choirs, as well as various fellowship activities throughout the year.

Disabled AccessParking for those with handicap tags or placards is available.  Drop off or pick up of mobility-impaired people is easy as our facilities are wheelchair friendly.  All areas of our sanctuary and administrative office building and our fellowship buildings are built on one level; we have no stairs or elevators.

Mission statement

The mission of this congregation is to share the good news of God’s saving love with our neighbors who are far from Christ Jesus, our Risen Lord and Savior, by calling them into covenant in fellowship with the family of faith, and teaching them to live the Great Commandment as proclaimed by Jesus:

“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength. This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is one in the same: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”

(Mt 22:34-40; Mk 12: 28-34, Lk 10:25-28)

Our commitment
As a community of faith within the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), we commit ourselves to support one another in life’s journey, to grow in the understanding of our faith, and to reach out to other faith communities with compassion and acceptance. We continue to seek new ways in which we can share the love of Christ by developing our congregation, increasing the effectiveness of our ministries, and inviting all of God’s people to become participants in the Gospel.

Communion and Baptism

We celebrate the Lord’s Supper (known also as Holy Eucharist or Holy Communion) weekly.  When we celebrate the Lord’s Supper, we recognize that it is instituted by Christ, and in His Name, all are welcome all to the table.  We practice baptism by submersion; we recognize that all baptism performed in the Name of the Triune God — submersion, immersion, or sprinkling — unites us to Christ and to each other in faith, mission and community.

Lay Ministry
We believe that all persons, lay and ordained, are called to be ministers of the Gospel and ministers to one another.