50 + Ministry Flea Market

The whole church is invited to our annual flea market sale. Click the button for more information. 

Church of the Oranges Festival of Praise!

Join us October 1st for a night of praise and worship as we kick-off our fall revival! 
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Annual Church Picnic

It’s that time again! Join us for our annual church picnic this Sunday. 

VBS Graduation 2016

Join us this weekend for a special program for our children!

All good things must come to an end, even VBS!
Join us this Saturday evening for our annual graduation program!

God on Film Series: Part 3

From the Pastor’s Heart – 7/15/16

The CNN report says, “A day after a terrorist mowed down dozens of people celebrating Bastille Day in the coastal French city of Nice, investigators dug into the life of the man they say was the killer: A 31-year-old delivery driver and Nice resident who was born in Tunisia. Authorities said Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel drove a rented, refrigerated truck weighing about 20 tons into crowds along a roughly 2-kilometer stretch of Promenade des Anglais Thursday night, killing 84 people — including 10 children and adolescents — and injuring 202 others. The attack ended when police shot into the truck, killing Bouhlel, French prosecutor François Molins said Friday. Of the injured, 52 were in critical condition, and 25 were in a coma Friday, Molins said;French President Francois Hollande described the most seriously injured as being “between life and death.” This is the third major attack on the French people in the last 18 months.  Read more

Men’s Unity Day of Prayer

Men’s Unity Day

You are invited to a special Men’s Unity Day of Prayer this weekend, July 16th. We will pray for the men of our church and our community at large. In the midst of fear and chaos around our families and brethren, a united front must be led by our men. Let’s pray WITH and FOR each other!

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Community Unity Day

 

This Sabbath, July 9th, is Community Unity Day.

Join us in prayer as we lift up our police officers and our communities at large in the midst of the recent shootings and aftermath in Dallas, Minnesota and New Orleans.

 

We are praying for unity in our community as we work together to heal and restore our families while building towards a more promising tomorrow.

A Message From Our Pastor

From the Pastor’s Heart – 7/8/16

This has been a week of tremendous tragedy and loss of human life. Philando Castile an African American school nutrition services supervisor, was shot and killed by police officers in his car in Minnesota as his girlfriend streamed his death live on Facebook. Another black man Alton Sterling down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana was shot and killed at point blank range by police officers. Outrage has come from all quarters of life. Read more

A Call to Action From Pastor Stoddart