Greenville Oaks Church of Christ
Judas, Peter & All the Rest
Betrayal has the ability to cause us to want to lash-out or check-out. But Jesus wants to free us so that we can show the same response that he did to his betrayers.
Locations & Times
  • Greenville Oaks - Allen
    703 S Greenville Ave, Allen, TX 75002, USA
    Sunday 8:30 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM

There are multiple ways to give

In WorshipOnline - Use the link belowText to Give - Text "give" to 972-597-5899

Easter Schedule 2019

Good Friday (Weeping) - April 19, 7:45 p.m.;Saturday (Waiting) - Online, April 20, 10.a.m., Watch on Demand following live broadcast; Easter Sunday (Wonder) - April 21, 8, 9:30, 11 a.m.

Attend One/Serve One

On Easter, members are encouraged to attend one of the three worship services and serve during one service. Servant are needed in Children’s Ministry, Guest Services, and the GO Java Coffee Bar.
The deepest experiences of betrayal always come from those you're closest to.
"Trust is choosing to make something important to you vulnerable to the actions of someone else."
-Charles Feltman
2 Common Responses to Betrayal:
1) Lash-Out
2) Check-Out
3 Ways Jesus Responded to Betrayal:
1) Jesus expected betrayal
2) Jesus' identity determines his response
3) Jesus stayed connected to his betrayers