We're a group of imperfect people striving to live life for God. No matter where you are in life, we hope you’ll find a place to connect to Jesus and others at Orange Ave.
The church family at OACOC are overjoyed to let you know that Deonna Lazo and Leslie Larsen were baptized Sunday, November 2, 2014. We rejoice in welcoming both Deonna and Leslie to God's family.
It's Hispanic Heritage month at Eustis Heights Elementary School. Orange Avenue is serving up tacos to go. It is so much fun taking your faith in Jesus Christ out into the world and putting it to work for His glory. Love this Orange Avenue family!
In Jesus, God plunges into the murky waters of humanity. He dives into the oozy waters of our life. But he does it for us. He wants to find you, he wants to pull you out of the sin, out of the decadence, and into a new life. We are precious to God. You might think you don’t matter to anyone else but you are precious to God.
This is some radical stuff!! A nice, decent god would send us some help—maybe an angel or a sacred text or something. And we would consider that god a righteous god—a god we could respect and admire and maybe even fear. But the God of Scripture goes radically beyond that. Sure, he sends his angels and sacred texts, but God didn't stand on the sideline and send someone else to save us. No! God personally jumped into the putrid waters. He became vulnerable for our sake. That’s the Good News and that’s what we will talk about this Sunday at Orange Ave. The lesson is entitled “The Divine Plunge.” Remember Bible Study at 9 am and Worship Assembly at 10 am. Bring some one with you.
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