North Oak Homepage

The congregation of North Oak Church of Christ want to welcome you to our website. The origins of our church goes back to 1906, and we’ve had a long history to serving the community through our strong belief of spreading the word of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

If you’re going to be getting the train to join us then follow the link for the national rail customer service number. One of the great joys of worship is to be with people who love the Lord and have a desire to experience the Divine presence of God. In welcoming you to North Oak Church of Christ, we pray that you will experience that presence of God in your life, hear the call of God on your life, and have the freedom to respond to that call in faith and trust.

Our church family celebrates the rich diversity of Gods people and seeks to allow the transforming love of Christ to equip all with a clear understanding of God’s plan for each of us as precious and beloved children of God; and to provide a place and opportunity for ministry and worship. As a family, we are convicted to minister to the spiritual, emotional and intellectual needs of all people, by spreading Christ’s liberating gospel through word and deed, overcoming the barriers that destroy community and diminish the dignity of those created in Gods image. 

You are invited to experience our Ministries and our mission. If you are looking for a church home, we would love for you to not only consider us a place of worship, but also home and family. Come, worship and grow with us. If you are just passing through, feel free to come and worship with us and feel free to visit us again. 

In His service and love,
The Family and Leadership of North Oak Church of Christ

Brian Reagan – Elder and Minister


Adron Temple – Elder                                                                                      Bob Montgomery – Elder

OUR MISSION

We are a church whose purpose is to glorify God by transforming our community through prayer, preaching, discipleship and evangelism.

Purposeful application of prayer – Create a culture of prayer through improved communication of praise, thanksgiving, needs and answers promoting thought and action for purposeful, specific prayer.

Preaching and teaching on purpose Ã¢â‚¬â€œ A balanced and systematic approach to the Bible with planned continuity of teaching and preaching, for whole family instruction and involvement, and worship clarity.

Discipleship on purpose – equipping the Saints through teaching and training; supporting each other as a healthy body; serving the Saints and Others; leading by example with prayer, evangelism, fasting and visitation.

City reaching evangelism – Domestic and foreign missions, Financial Peace University, community outreach programs, prayer walking, each one reach one-our neighbors, friends, family.

Postal Service Mail

North Oak Church of Christ
901 North Oak Avenue
Mineral Wells, Texas USA 76067
Telephone: 940-325-6274
Email: northoakchurch@gmail.com

How the Church of Christ will be celebrating this Christmas

The significance of Christmas

According to the Christian Church is to commemorate the day of the birth of Jesus Christ in remembrance of the day the saviour of the Christian faith and the Son of God was born into this world to redeem all of mankind from the bondage of its own evil deeds. All over the world, Christians and other well wishers celebrate this event in a collective act of cheerful giving and merriment with family, friends and even strangers too expectedly. It is one of the most celebrated events in the world and as such a lot of expectations and preparations go into making every Christmas holiday a purposeful and memorable one. So how will the Church of Christ be celebrating this Christmas? Different beliefs and cultures, though generally having a similar concept, have their own different ways of observing this event. For most churches, the day normally begins with the processions of church service where believers come to praise, worship, pray or listen to a sermon mainly focused on Christmas doctrines and principles. Normally after this, believers retreat to their various recreational activities. The Church of Christ followers celebrate Christmas in a similar fashion with some exceptions due to certain established guidelines to ensure the festivities do not compromise the obligations of their faith. For instance, they tend to participate solely in the religious aspect of Christmas rather than acknowledging the gratification of Santa Claus during the Christmas period. The Church of Christ exists and is believed to be the true Church restored during the final days by the instruction of Jesus Christ himself to prepare the world for His final return. Originating from the early church set up by Jesus Christ and His 12 Disciples, the church was restored in 1830 after it experienced an apostasy but the true members stayed devoted and strong to their calling and the church thrived ever since. The Church experienced a lot of tribulations during the years after their origination which could be as a result of the devil's negative influence on members of the church through false doctrines and other means to bring down the true Church of Christ. This crisis may have played a large role in justifying why they tend to be very prudent with their participation in festivities. There are many Churches of Christ with many more members spread across different countries and their reactions to Christmas have changed in recent times but you can be certain the church members will be looking forward to the holidays like everyone else, in the spirit of Christmas.