We welcome you!
PLEASE JOIN US SUNDAY AT 8:45 AM & 10:45 AM AT ARNOLD CAMPUS AND 10 AM AT THE CITY CAMPUS
1989 Richardson Rd, Arnold, MO 63010
Contact us: 636.333.3340
3543 Watson Rd, St. Louis, MO 63139
Contact us: 636.333.3340
What is the best way for me to get "connected"?
As Oak Bridge grows larger, it's possible to feel "lost in the crowd" if you don't know many people. The best ways to get connected are through volunteering, grab a coffee and visit with others in one of our cafes, attend a Tool Box study session, and or join a Community Group where you can connect with other members in safe small group settings.
Where will my children go when I visit?
Family is one of our core values at Oak Bridge, so we pour a lot of energy into making our children services just as excellent as our adult services. During the 8:45 am and 10:45 am services at Oak Bridge Arnold and 10 am service at Oak Bridge City, your children are invited to go to their age-appropriate classrooms where they’ll have a lot of fun as they make new friends and learn about God’s love.
Can I receive communion at your church?
We believe communion, or the Lord’s Supper, is an ordinance open to all believers in Jesus Christ, therefore all who believe are welcome to participate in the Lord’s Supper. The scriptures teach us that communion is a statement of faith in Christ’s death and resurrection. The elements of bread and wine, are symbols of Christ’s broken body and blood that He shed for us. They are reminders of His great sacrifice and are used to symbolize the new covenant found in Jesus. We believe communion should be a reverent and important act deserving of our full heartfelt participation.
Communion is offered every Sunday morning in the Reflection Room.
What are your church's beliefs on Baptism?
We believe that all mature Christ followers should be baptized to follow the example set by Jesus. Baptism by immersion symbolizes the spiritual cleansing and newness of life for believers through their identification with Christ in His death, burial, and resurrection. It is a public declaration and formal profession of faith that you have accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, proclaiming the commitment and love you have for Jesus. The scriptures teach us that baptism is an act of obedience to Christ by individuals who have surrendered themselves to His will. Baptism is available to believers who are old enough to recognize their sinfulness, mature enough to understand the death of Christ on their behalf, and responsible enough to make a solid decision to trust Christ and follow him the rest of their life.
“We were therefore buried with Him through baptism into death in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may have new life.” Romans 6:4.
Baptisms are offered periodically. An informational readiness class is recommended before you are baptized.
Sign-ups are required in advance at the Information Center.