For 12 weeks this fall, we’ll be studying the majesty and ministry of the Holy Spirit. Engaging regularly in prayer and scripture is the best way to grow in your relationship with God and others. Consider incorporating these study tools into your weekly routine as discover the power and promises of the Holy Spirit!
Begin your week of study with worship and teaching at your local Oak Hills Church campus or via live stream.
Stream or watch past sermons online:
Roku| Oak Hills Church channel
Amazon Fire TV| Oak Hills Church channel
Apple TV| Oak Hills Church channel
Use your Bible and the study guide after the sermon to follow the weekly theme. View a sample of the study guide PDF HERE. Sign up to receive the weekly study guide via email HERE. Download the full 12 weeks or a weekly study guide PDF HERE. Weekly study guide emails begin Monday, September 9.
TEXT TOUCH POINTS
Receive twice weekly text messages on your mobile device to encourage and inspire you throughout the week. Sign up to receive text messages HERE. Text messages begin the week of September 9.
DAILY SCRIPTURE READING PLAN
Follow along daily with the scripture reading plan on your computer or mobile device using the YouVersion Bible app. Open the YouVersion Bible App (download from iTunes or Google Play). The plan will begin on Sunday, September 8. Click HERE for the “Alive in Us (OHC)" daily reading plan.
Use the music playlist to help you worship every day of the week. To access the free playlist, install the Spotify app on your computer or mobile phone (download from Spotify.com, iTunes or Google Play). Create a free account and listen to music free of charge. Search for the “oakhillschurch” account and scroll to “public playlists” to access the “Alive in Us (OHC)” playlist free of charge. Click HERE for step-by-step instructions. Click HERE to listen to the “Alive in Us (OHC)" music playlist.
SOCIAL MEDIA CONNECTIONS
Join the conversation! Share with others what you're learning about the majesty and ministry of the Holy Spirit in your life! Follow Oak Hills Church on social media: