The second part of the Greatest Commandment is to love people. Because of this truth, we are committed to loving our neighbors—at the micro and the macro levels. We challenge ourselves to live on mission in the places where we work, play and live. We look for opportunities to be a blessing in all of these places. Jesus told His followers that they would be known by their “love for one another.” (John 13:35) Our world is filled with brokenness and the best way to combat that is with the Love of God. We do this so that the world may know Him.
Be the Church.
We believe that Jesus established his body on Earth in the church and that the church is a community that exists for the purpose of declaring the gospel and glory of Jesus throughout the world. We believe the church is a family
and that every believer should be identified with a local body of believers for the purpose of mutual encouragement, spiritual growth, and accountability.
We want to be the people of God who gather together so that we can scatter together. We hold each other accountable to be blessings, engage in random acts of kindness, and pay it forward. We want people to see the love of God on display in us and the gospel of Jesus lived out through us.
We strive to do the same corporately—reaching out as Oak Hill to our neighborhoods by hosting community events and partnering with neighborhood schools and community organizations. We partner with Rushton’s Hope, Christian Women’s Center, Raceway Ministries Atlanta, Prison Ministry, and New Mercy Baptist Church to meet the needs of under-resourced families all over Spalding and Pike Counties.