Greenville Oaks Church of Christ
To put your hope in power over others is to misunderstand the Christian story. When we say "Hosanna!", we can only shout it at Caesar or Jesus. But never both.
Locations & Times
  • Greenville Oaks - Allen
    703 S Greenville Ave, Allen, TX 75002, USA
    Sunday 7:00 AM

GOKIDS volunteers Easter Services: Attend One, Serve One

On Easter Sunday, we are expecting additional guests to attend our services and desire to have additional people to serve in the Guest Services and Children's Ministries and make sure that a guest's experience at Greenville Oaks is a positive one and to help our special Children's Easter Experience run smoothly.

Easter @ Greenville Oaks

Easter is a story about how Jesus broke out of the ultimate attempt to control who God is. But like He has always done, God refused to be defined by man, even man's attempt to control His son, Jesus. with death.
We invite you to come and celebrate that event with us at Greenville Oaks on Easter Sunday as we worship Jesus and celebrate his resurrection.

Easter for Kids @ Greenville Oaks

Easter Sunday, Greenville Oaks is bringing the Easter Story to life for children with “Walk with Jesus.”
We invite you and your children to come and celebrate with us at Greenville Oaks on Easter Sunday as we worship Jesus and celebrate his resurrection.
Our elementary children will journey through Jesus’ last days on earth and will follow His footsteps in a multi-sensory adventure that leads to the miraculous resurrection and celebration that Jesus is alive!
Our preschool children will experience the excitement of a parade for Jesus followed by a petting zoo of baby animals just their size.


Technology brings many benefits to our lives. But excessive screen time can create a flat, one-dimensional experience. We were made for the rich, three-dimensional experience of relationship with God and one another. So, while technology can be a great tool, it is no substitute for real-world, face-to-face connection.
In a culture where everyone seems more "connected" than ever, how do we nurture real connection with the people around us? How can we control our devices rather than letting them control us?
Can you remember the last time you were desperate enough to cry out for help or saving?
Parousia = "arrival" or "coming"