It’s OiC Summer Camp time! Every year we gather for a weekend at Sjøglimt Camp for fellowship, good food, and fun.
Our Sunday service will be here instead of Bakkehaugen Kirke that Sunday.
We’ll head to the camp that Friday afternoon, and return on Sunday afternoon. Exact times are negotiable so feel free to come early and leave late or vice versa. Continue reading “2018 OiC Summer Camp”
On May 27, 2018, we will have a joint service with Bakkehaugen congregation at 1100h. There will be no service at our usual time (1600h). The location will be the same as usual – at Bakkehaugen Church.
This Pentecost, join us in celebration with worship, preaching, dance, good food, and more. Continue reading “Multicultural Pentecost Festival 2018”
On Norway’s Constitution Day, the 17th of May, you’re welcome to celebrate with us at 4pm! We’ll have a hot barbecue, so please bring something to grill, drink, and share. Continue reading “17. mai BBQ”
On Good Friday 30th of March, a ‘bring & share’ dinner is organized at Helen and Lemma’s place in Oppegård that starts at 14:00.
Please let us know you are coming by writing to email@example.com or via the Facebook event and you will receive further details on the potluck!
We look forward to meeting you there.
Our 2017-2018 annual report draft is now available. This forms the foundation of our annual meeting this coming Sunday, so you’re welcome to come with questions to join the discussion during the meeting.
OiC Annual Report 2017-2018 rev1
Our new semester theme is “Deep & Wide.”
“As for everyone who comes to me and hears my words and puts them into practice,… They are like someone building a house, who dug down deep and laid the foundation on rock.”
If to dig deep into Christ is to get in on his words and ways, then to go deep is to go wide with Jesus. We struggle to do both. We often want our gospel to be a well. Deep, but enclosed and protected, so we can open it and lower our buckets into its depths whenever we feel thirsty. But it seems the Gospel is more like the ocean than like a well. If we dare to go out to the open sea, we will find there’s much deeper waters far away from the shores of our comfort. It’s scarier and riskier, for sure. But it’s deeper and richer. It brings us further into the fullness of Christ. Jesus had arms open wide to embrace, and walked far and wide to reach.
“I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ.” (Ephesians 3.17-18)
Join us as we explore our new semester theme. Find us here.
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