Oxford Free Methodist Church

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  • 790 S Lapeer Rd

    Oxford, MI 48371

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  • 248-628-1203

About Oxford Free Methodist Church

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Sun 9:15am-12pm, Mon-Thu 8:30am-3:30pm

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Rev.3 The last churchor church age is symbolized by the church of Laodicea which means " The rights of the people" This church was governed by the will of the people, rathe than the will of God. This church age from which the Antichrist And the False Prophet will emerge. It is the church Paul talked about would not endure sound doctrine, but would gather around them teachers that would say what their itching ears wanted and desired to hear ( 2 Tim 4:3 ) . This church is described as lukewarm, indifferent, not concerned with right and wrong, or with good and evil . They take a nuetral position; one of " Live and let Live; dont rock the boat ; and dont cause waves" They are trying to serve two masters God an Self (or the world worldly! When I read this it describes Oxford Free Methodist Ghurch to a TEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Rev.3 The last churchor church age is symbolized by the church of Laodicea which means " The rights of the people" This church was governed by the will of the people, rathe than the will of God. This church age from which the Antichrist And the False Prophet will emerge. It is the church Paul talked about would not endure sound doctrine, but would gather around them teachers that would say what their itching ears wanted and desired to hear ( 2 Tim 4:3 ) . This church is described as lukewarm, indifferent, not concerned with right and wrong, or with good and evil . They take a nuetral position; one of " Live and let Live; dont rock the boat ; and dont cause waves" They are trying to serve two masters God an Self (or the world worldly! When I read this it describes Oxford Free Methodist Ghurch to a TEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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This church has been my home church for almost a whole decade now. The pastor cares about his church members very much and prays for them daily! When I was getting a medical test done, he drove 45 min to the hospital to pray with me before the test. He not only talks the talk but walks the walk! I could not ask for a better church! :)

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This church has been my home church for almost a whole decade now. The pastor cares about his church members very much and prays for them daily! When I was getting a medical test done, he drove 45 min to the hospital to pray with me before the test. He not only talks the talk but walks the walk! I could not ask for a better church! :)

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I'm so sorry Annaco didn't have a good experience with this church. They fail to mention the ever growing number of attendees of all ages (has to be great leadership for number of atendees to rise as it is), the Angel Food Ministries Outreach Program, the Pioneer Clubs, the Wednesday night youth group and adult meetings, and many other special events that happen on a regular basis througout the year. In my opinion, calling on the sick and elderly of the church is not exclusively the pastors responsibility. The church body as a whole takes on the responsibility of reaching out and caring for those in need that we know of and hear about. The children's department is regularly a part of outreach to the sick and elderly. We all help each other and are understanding of each other differences and/or disabilities. Also, the church members are not mind readers. If they don't know there's a problem how can they help? Financial crisis? I think not. The church does feel the financial crunch just as the rest of us do because of the economy as it is. Every church is run on donation and tithes. If the members of the congregation are affected by the economy the church will be, too. As for a "secret" board meeting? There may have been a board meeting called that wasn't widely announced, but I wouldn't call it being a secret. Sometimes issues need to be discussed by the board prior to being presented to the church members so there are no miscommunications about the issues when presented. Even Jesus asked some of those he healed to "keep it a secret". Is the church Biblically sound? I'd say most definitely yes it is. Everyone is welcome. You can wear your Sunday best or just a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. It doesn't matter to us. You are always welcome here. We are not perfect, (no one here on Earth is) we are just forgiven. Come and let us share that with you.

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I'm so sorry Annaco didn't have a good experience with this church. They fail to mention the ever growing number of attendees of all ages (has to be great leadership for number of atendees to rise as it is), the Angel Food Ministries Outreach Program, the Pioneer Clubs, the Wednesday night youth group and adult meetings, and many other special events that happen on a regular basis througout the year. In my opinion, calling on the sick and elderly of the church is not exclusively the pastors responsibility. The church body as a whole takes on the responsibility of reaching out and caring for those in need that we know of and hear about. The children's department is regularly a part of outreach to the sick and elderly. We all help each other and are understanding of each other differences and/or disabilities. Also, the church members are not mind readers. If they don't know there's a problem how can they help? Financial crisis? I think not. The church does feel the financial crunch just as the rest of us do because of the economy as it is. Every church is run on donation and tithes. If the members of the congregation are affected by the economy the church will be, too. As for a "secret" board meeting? There may have been a board meeting called that wasn't widely announced, but I wouldn't call it being a secret. Sometimes issues need to be discussed by the board prior to being presented to the church members so there are no miscommunications about the issues when presented. Even Jesus asked some of those he healed to "keep it a secret". Is the church Biblically sound? I'd say most definitely yes it is. Everyone is welcome. You can wear your Sunday best or just a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. It doesn't matter to us. You are always welcome here. We are not perfect, (no one here on Earth is) we are just forgiven. Come and let us share that with you.

Pros: Contemporary, fun loving and welcoming, no "dress code"

Cons: None come to mind.

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I would never make a recomandation for anyone to attend this church. The Pastor is uncaring to its own church members and "refuses" to call on the sick and the elderly of the church because he is to busy.
No leadership in the teen area, there is a paid teen leader, who ignores the teens who do not attend his class, there is no outreach.
The church is in a financial crises and cannot afford to pay the staff they have.
Pastor called for a secret board meeting and held it.
Do you think a church should have secrets????? They do have many secrets, please be careful if considering this church.
Is this church biblicaly sound? no it is not.

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I would never make a recomandation for anyone to attend this church. The Pastor is uncaring to its own church members and "refuses" to call on the sick and the elderly of the church because he is to busy.
No leadership in the teen area, there is a paid teen leader, who ignores the teens who do not attend his class, there is no outreach.
The church is in a financial crises and cannot afford to pay the staff they have.
Pastor called for a secret board meeting and held it.
Do you think a church should have secrets????? They do have many secrets, please be careful if considering this church.
Is this church biblicaly sound? no it is not.

Pros: none

Cons: paster has no compassion for people

 

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