OAK GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST

A MESSAGE FROM

OUR MINISTER

"Welcome to the Oak Grove!!"  We are a reformation church with a true focus on the early churches of the new testament. 


We have a deep sense of appreciation for our past, as well as a genuine excitement about our future. The history of Oak Grove Church of Christ dates back to 1819.  We like to refer to ourselves as "The Old Congregation with the New Spirit".  


 We are glad you have taken the time to visit our site.  In fact, your presence and interest in this church family is an answer to our prayer. We have been so touched by the love of Jesus Christ that our prayer is for God to send more people our way so that we can tell them what wonderful things He has done for us.  We work hard to make the most of our worship time together and hope that you will visit with us soon.  



OAK GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST

Don & Susie Davis

Don  has been our minister since 2003. He is dedicated to serving others and leading them to grow closer to God.  Don  loves Alabama Football, golf and spending  time with friends and family.
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Susie is our minister's wife and does a wonderful job assisting Don in everything he does. Susie has a real heart for service and is a blessing to our congregation.  She also loves Alabama Football and spending time with friends and family

Clay Johnson

Raised in a family of preachers, teachers and Folk/Southern Gospel singers, Clay was born to inspire and entertain.  His love for the gospel has taken him all around the U.S. and the world to work with churches and communities as a minister and missionary. Clay and his wife, Kayla, find great joy in raising their three children..


WE ARE THANKFUL THAT YOU ARE HERE.

COME VISIT, OR GIVE US A CALL! WE WOULD LOVE TO GET TO KNOW YOU.



Oak Grove Church of Christ

CORE VALUES


01

We believe that Jesus extends grace to everyone and that we should follow in his steps. Who are we to pass judgment and not extend grace, when we ourselves have sinned. We believe we should love the sinner, not banish them.


02

We believe that Jesus is central to everything. We believe that prayer is a direct line to God, and that we should speak to Him every chance we get. Worship is our chance to praise God and we take joy in doing so.


03

We are called to join in fellowship with our brothers and sisters in Christ. We believe that reaching out to the lost and engaging with them will strengthen our bond with each other through God.


04

Jesus called us to go out and spread the word of God. We believe that this is not done enough. We make it a priority to go outside of the church walls to reach the lost and broken. We hope that you will join us in doing so.



Oak Grove Church of Christ

OUR HISTORY

Our charter members formed  this congregation  in 1819 and we have continuously met since that date. We like to refer to ourselves as "The Old Congregation with the New Spirit".   We have a deep sense of appreciation for our past, as well as a genuine excitement about our future.

In 1950, after meeting at several location around the county, the congregation built a new building in Rincon at 306 East Fourth Street.

We are a non-denominational church seeking to restore the New Testament church of our Lord by following only Scripture. Churches of Christ do not have an earthly headquarters and our congregation is self-governing in its practice and teaching.  The elders, who are selected by the local congregation, serve as the governing body.  Serving under and assisting the elders are the deacons and the minister.  Presently, Ritchie Dickey, Mike Stone, William Zarkadas serve as elders.   Mark Rahn and Eric Harris serve as deacons. Don Davis has been our minister since 2003.  


  • 1819 - Established by Christian Herman Dasher
  • 1904 -Moved to Rahn Station Road
  • 1950- Moved to 304 East Fourth Street in Rincon, GA
  • 1965 - Built Library
  • 2002- Built Erwin Kessler Fellowship Hall
  • 2015- Purchased 5 + Acres on Rincon-Stillwell for new building
  • 2016 - Sold building at 304 East Fourth Street, began meeting at Rincon Elementary School, 501 North Richland Avenue, Rincon GA on Sunday and the Kessler Mom and Pop House, 3194 Rincon-Stillwell RD, Rincon, GA on Wednesday.
  • 2018 - Began meeting at 2000 Lexington Ave, Rincon, GA 

Ongoing Worship Opportunities

  • Sunday Morning Breakfast & Bible Study 9:30 am
  • Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 am
  • Sunday Evening Worship (1st, 3rd, & 5th Sundays) 6:00 -  4th no pm service
  • S.A.L.T. Small Group for Young Adults- Meets Once a Month
  • Children's Ministries Sunday Morning and Sunday Night
  • Second Sunday Church Luncheon, pm services following the luncheon
  • Fourth Sunday Nurshing Home Singing Ministry - Lakeview 1:10 pm; Effingham County Health Center 2:00 pm
  • Wednesday - Covered Dish Fellowship Meal 6:00 pm; Family Enrichment Hour 7:00 pm,