Reaching Out to the World
Engaging the community is the first step to changing the world. At Mount Oak, we’re committed to positively impacting the world around us, starting with our own neighborhoods.
We have a variety of outreach programs which we encourage you to engage with us in. Whether you’re interested in sports, local outreach or global missions, we’ve got an opportunity for you.
At Mt. Oak, we believe that God has called us to make disciples of all people — beginning with those who live in our neighborhood. We reach out to our own city through a ministry called “Bowie StreetReach” in which we help people with their yard work. We specialize in tackling those jobs that have gotten a little out of hand. Every summer we host a local mission trip where young and old alike spend a week reaching out to the residents of Bowie through practical acts of service, sharing the love of Jesus Christ, and beautifying our community one yard at a time. In the process, we have an absolute BLAST! — good food, fun, games, movie nights, water fights, and building new friendships that last a lifetime. StreetReach is a great way for youth to earn at least 30 hours of community service.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to hold our normal StreetReach week in 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We will hold a MINI StreetReach August 6-8. We need you as a volunteer! The registration form with more information about volunteer opportunities is available here. For more information about StreetReach, email email@example.com
Mount Oak offers a variety of sport opportunities throughout the year. Our Mount Oak Saints teams compete in the Greater Metropolitan Christian Athletic Conference (GMCAC) League. The program offers the following benefits: Practice and home games played at Mount Oak Fellowship, and a competitive Christ-centered league competition.
Soccer: Two levels of co-ed play, for grades 2-5 and 6-8.
Volleyball: Two female Varsity Volleyball teams
Basketball: Co-Ed Basketball Program (Elementary/Middle), Basketball Program(Varsity Boys)
Flag Football: Three levels of flag football available to students in the community in grades 3-12.
You do not need to be a member of Mount Oak to enroll. Whether you attend public school, private school, or homeschool, you are welcome.
Due to covid–19 restrictions, our sports program is suspended until fall 2021.
We are always looking for a additional coaches . Please let us know if you are interested in coaching or assisting this season.
For more information, contact Sports Director Keith Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mission Committee meets monthly and oversees the provision of financial support for Mount Oak’s designated missionaries, keeps the congregation involved and informed about its missionaries, provides opportunities for members to go on mission trips overseas and within the USA, considers requests from missionaries for support and coordinate church-wide service projects that provide specific items for various local and global missions.
We offer financial support to missionary families through our independent Mission Ministry. This ministry is not a part of the church’s budget. Our funding comes directly from our faithful congregation. Your support has allowed us to provide consistent, uninterrupted monthly support. We praise God and thank you for your faithful support and making this Mission Ministry possible.
Our Mission families are all unique and provide many types of services all over the world. Some of our missionaries are trained Pastors and Church Planters. They provide medical coverage & supplies, serve in elementary to graduate schools, pray with members of the US government, door to door evangelism, serve in food pantries, teach Bible studies & Sunday school, provide homes for orphans and more!
Two of our seven mission families attend our first service; two serve in the USA; one in Canada, one in Panama, and one in Peru. One family we have supported since 1972 and one is supported only by our church and a few Mt. Oak families.
Mount Oak offers a full schedule of summer day camps for children ages 5-13. Camps run 9:00 am-4:00 pm, with before care (7:00 am – 9:00 am) and after care (4:00 pm – 6:00 pm) available for an additional fee. Whatever your children’s interests, we have the perfect camp for them! Activities will include: Outdoor games; sports; daily devotions; treasure hunts; story telling; carnival games; Summer Olympic Games; interactive games; arts and crafts;water activities; and more! Come join us as we enhance your child’s summer through lots of fun, coaching, and our love for Jesus Christ.
We expect to hold a shortened series of camps in 2021. They will run from June 21 through July 16. A flyer may be found here. The registration form may be found here. You may drop payment off at the office, mail it in, or pay online here. For more information, contact Camp Director Keith Butler.