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  • Christmas Schedule for 2022

    We will have two Christmas Eve candlelight services this year: a more family-oriented service at 4PM, and a communion service at 7PM. There will be no in-person services Christmas morning, as we want members to worship at home with their families. A recorded service will be available Chrismas morning on Youtube.

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  • 14 N Poplar St
    Oxford, OH 45056
    Phone: (513) 523-5115
    Email: oumc@oumc.org

    Service Time Location
    Informal Worship 08:30AM Fellowship Hall (ground floor)
    Traditional Worship 10:30AM Sanctuary (second floor)

     

    On-street parking is available on Church, Poplar, and High Streets.

    Off-street parking denoted with a P is available in the alley behind the church, in in the city lot on Main and Church Streets, and in the back of the McCullough-Hyde Hospital employee parking lot on Poplar Street.

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Values

  • Oxford UMC wants to be a community that:

    • Adores and serves the Risen Christ, our Lord.
    • Reads Scripture together, and roots ourselves in the power of God’s Word.
    • Seeks the value in having relationships with, learning from, and helping one another, young and old.
    • Sees cultural difference as an essential feature of God's Kingdom, and to cherish it.
    • Seeks opportunities to grow and serve our community together.
    • Cares for, prays, and supports one another as we fulfill the Law of Christ.

    Questions about Oxford UMC? Send them to seniorpastor@oumc.org and let us know!

Sermon Series: The Time Has Come

The Time Has Come: They waited, and waited, and waited. But then it happened. A savior was born. Hope was rekindled. A Light shone in the Darkness. And the world was never the same again. During this Advent and Christmas season, we will learn from those who waited patiently and with vigilant expectation for the coming Messiah. Their words remind us of the power of God's Word to us in Christ Jesus. Their words remind us of the hope we have through the Good News of the Child born in Bethlehem. The time has come. Let us rejoice! Christ is Born!

Date Title Scripture Video
November 27, 2022 The Time Has Come: Centered Psalm 122
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December 4, 2022 Lessons in Carols Isaiah 11:1-10
Romans 5:4-13
Matthew 3:1-12
Psalm 72:1-7, 18-19
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December 11, 2022 The Time Has Come James 5:7-10
December 18, 2022 The Time Has Come Matthew 1:18-25
December 24, 2022 Christmas Eve Isaiah 52:7-10
Hebrews 1:1-4,5-12
Psalm 98
John 1:1-14
December 25, 2022 Pre-Recorded Service Luke 2:1-20

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