Welcome

Our ministry focus is simple.  We want to help you to passionately pursue the most important things in life. What are these things? According to Jesus, they‘re relationships. That’s why our mission at OCF is to passionately pursue God, healthy relationships, and people who don't know Jesus.

We do this through practical Bible teaching, contemporary worship and creating a host of opportunities for significant and supportive
relationships.  As a church family, we are learning the responsibilities and the exciting privileges that come with being a part of God's family.  So whether you’re a child, a teenager, an adult, single or married, we invite you to join us as we pursue the most important things in life together.

Visit Us

Sunday Service Times: 8am, 9:30am & 11:15am
Youth Group (6th-12th): 11:15am
Sunday School (Nursery-5th Grade): 9:30am & 11:15am
(Our 8am service only offers childcare for 3-year-olds and under.)

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December 17
Sunday
If you're new to OCF, we invite you to stick around after service for Coffee with a Pastor. This is a casual opportunity for newcomers to meet some of our pastor-elders and staff, and to learn about our church. Coffee with a Pastor meets after all three services in the junior high lobby.
Main Building: JH Lobby
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December 17
Sunday 8:00 AM
Come join us for group prayer for our local and global missionaries and their ministries. All are invited...
Main Building: Rm 5
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December 17
Sunday 8:00 AM
Join us for our 8am service at OCF. Childcare is available for kids 3 years and under.
Main Building: Auditorium
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December 17
Sunday 9:30 AM
This free two-part seminar is for all who want information and resources regarding the care of aging loved ones. Whether you are currently caring or may have to provide care in the coming years, this seminar is worth hearing.

On Sunday, December 10th, Lauren Spiglanin, founder of Family Connect Care, will lead Part 1: "The Many Dimensions of Caring for an Aging Loved One." She will cover the basics of knowing when care is needed, how to get needed assistance and the common signs of a memory impairment.

This free two-part seminar is for all who want information and resources regarding the care of aging loved ones. Whether you are currently caring or may have to provide care in the coming years, this seminar is worth hearing.

On Sunday, December 10th, Lauren Spiglanin, founder of Family Connect Care, will lead Part 1: "The Many Dimensions of Caring for an Aging Loved One." She will cover the basics of knowing when care is needed, how to get needed assistance and the common signs of a memory impairment.

Then on Sunday, December 17th, our own Garee T. Gasperian, Attorney at Law, will lead Part 2: "Diminished Capacity: Victimization and Other Dangers - A Discussion." He will cover what diminished capacity is and its various side effects such as undue influence, elder abuse and mandated reporting; and suggest how to prepare for diminished capacity and how to avoid a Conservatorship.

Both seminars will be during our 9:30am service in our High School Room. Please RSVP online at www.ocfchurch.com/login or contact the church office (310.414.4555).
Main Building: HS Room
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December 17
Sunday 9:30 AM
Join us for our 9:30am service at OCF. Children's classes through 5th grade are available at this service.
Main Building: Auditorium
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December 17
Sunday 11:15 AM
Join us for our 11:15am service at OCF. Children's classes through kindergarten are available at this service.
Main Building: Auditorium

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