Oak Creek Community Methodist Church serves families and individuals from Oak Creek, Franklin, Milwaukee, Greenfield, Muskego, and other communities throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Our congregation includes nearly 400 individuals, including confirmed youth. Our mission is to worship God, love and serve all people, grow in faith, and invite others to become disciples of Jesus Christ.
Jesus said: “I am the vine, you are the branches.” John 15:5
Welcome to our Website. We hope you enjoy learning about our vital congregation through the many pages here. You will find the Oak Creek Community United Methodist Church to be an active place with meaningful and challenging worship (both contemporary and traditional services), education and programs for all ages, strong missional involvement both locally and internationally, a variety of music groups and lots of children. We are a young congregation looking into the future. People are from a variety of stations of life and in various places in the Christian journey. Whether you are just starting out or seeking deeper discussions and ways to model Christian living, we have something to offer. Please explore our website and learn more about us. Then come join us giving praise to God and Christ and grow in your Christian faith.
-Rev. Paul Armstrong
Paul is a graduate of West Allis Nathan Hale High School, North Central College, and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. He received his first appointment back in 1981 as a student pastor, was ordained a deacon in 1982, an elder in 1985 and has served churches around the state of Wisconsin. He was appointed to the Oak Creek Church in 2006. He has strong interests in biblical teaching, music, history, and missions. He has served the Wisconsin Conference on its Board of Camp and Retreat Ministries and the Board of Global Ministries. He has served on numerous district committees and has been the circuit leader for the United Methodist Churches on the south side of Milwaukee County. He is an advocate for the United Methodist Church in Senegal and is a veteran in international mission trips. He is married to Cindi and they have three adult children, Natalie, Kyle (Ally), and Evan (Kristin).
Irene B., Administrative Assistant
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