Adopt a Family for Christmas!
OCC will be partnering with Children’s Health to adopt local families for Christmas
We will provide Christmas gifts for children that will be hospitalized this holiday season.
You can also purchase a toy for one of our many OCC families in need as well.
In Collin County we are tremendously blessed. Yet we know that there are significant needs in our community. We believe that the Church is the hope of the world. Therefore we have committed to working with our community partners in these 6 Areas of Need:
Second & fourth Saturdays we have Serving Saturdays.
We’ll go out in teams to serve the community on all sorts of different projects.
Feeling like you should get involved in opportunities to reflect Jesus’ heart to your local community? Just submit your email address and we’ll follow up with you about Serving Saturdays!
First & third Saturdays we have Evangelism Saturdays.
We’ll go out in teams to meet people, introduce them to Jesus, and invite them to church for discipleship
What OCC Short-Term Mission Trip attendees are saying
“Asked how often they pray to God, most said every day. When preparing to close one of the sessions, one young lady asked if she could pray us out. It was such a touching prayer, it gave me chills to hear the earnestness and sincerity of a prayer of praise, thanksgiving and supplication. God is definitely at work in Granville Child Care Facility and it’s clear that they see and receive God’s love from the OCC Granville Mission Team.”
– Brenda Holmes
“This mission trip to Latin America was like nothing I could have imagined. I will never forget the love and compassion of the people I met. I felt welcomed in the homes I visited, the warm smiles, and the warmth of the people. To see the concern they had for their neighbor was surreal. I was invited in homes not as a stranger, but as a friend and I was very comfortable in the presence of people I didn’t know. I saw people loving and caring about each other. The people are so beautiful in my eyes.”
– Janice Coutain
“We started the camp Monday and by sometime Tuesday, God revealed to me that this week would be little about basketball, but more about pouring into these boys, showing them gentleness, patience and humility, while at the same time challenging them to be the best young men they could be – not really being better in basketball, but in fearing God, and in being stronger young men in their homes, schools and communities, making wise choices, thinking before acting, etc.”
– Coach Charles Williams