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Worshipping In-Person and Online

We are worshipping in-person at the church, live-streaming to wherever you are, and a recording will be available on YouTube later in the day. We will continue to offer these three ways to join us in worship.

In-Person Worship Begins at 9:30 am!

We are committed to offering worship opportunities for everyone during this time when it may be reasonable for some people to join in public gatherings, and yet still be too great of a risk for others.

  • In-Person: Meeting in-person at the church at 9:30 am, using full precautions (spacing, masks, sanitizing, cautious singing, air filtration, etc.).
  • Live Video: Live-streaming the service to YouTube. Stream will start around 9:20 am with worship starting at 9:30 am. Don't worry if you join late, you can rewind to the beginning.
  • Recorded Video: Available either immediately or later in the day on YouTube

Please "Subscribe" to our YouTube channel for easiest access to both live and recorded services. Click on the "Subscribe" button at this page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZuJHskSKoLnYRsGTt3clUA/videos?view=0&s...

Our session will continue prayerfully discern God's direction for our congregation, as well as monitoring the public health status. We will keep you informed if the situation changes.
Link for church YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZuJHskSKoLnYRsGTt3clUA/videos?view=0&s...

Easter Worship, April 4, 2021

Christ is Risen!

“Why do you look for the living among the dead?
He is not here, but has risen.
Remember how he told you, while he was still in Galilee,
that the Son of Man must be handed over to sinners,
and be crucified, and on the third day rise again.”

from Luke 24:5-7

He is risen indeed!

How is your life be any different because of Easter? Is Easter a day on the calendar or the unveiling of great hope?

The resurrection of Jesus, breaking the power of sin and death, reveals that God's power and purposes far surpass human expectations.

The women who went to the tomb that morning were prepared to anoint Jesus' cold, dead body. They were confounded and confused to not find Jesus' body where it had been laid.

It wasn't until the two men (angels) asked them a key question, "Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen."

The women then remembered all that Jesus had told them, about how the Son of Man must be handed over to sinners, and be crucified, and on the third day rise again.

Their mourning was turned into dancing as they raced to tell the others that Jesus had risen from the dead.

Overcoming Barriers to Self-Care as a Caregiver

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By Beveryly Nelson

The transition to family caregiving often comes as a surprise. An aging relative gets seriously ill or injured, and suddenly they need help and you're the only one available to give it. In the rush to meet their needs, you forget to think about how you'll keep yourself healthy with this new responsibility on your shoulders.

Welcome to Oviedo Presbyterian Church

We are a family of Christ followers known for our love of Christ, love for one another, and reaching out to those in need. We value authenticity above formality, and honest relationships above token handshakes. We don't pretend to be perfect, and we don't expect that you are either.

If you just want to get lost in the crowd, we may not be the right place for you!

A church is not a building or something you attend, it is something you become a part of. If you want to be more than a number, to love and be loved, to grow in your faith, and to share your gifts and talents, we invite you to check us out.

Whether you are a seasoned saint or a questioning seeker, there is a place for you.

Our Sunday morning worship has a touch of tradition but without being stuffy. We worship in new songs of praise as well as hymns that have withstood the test of time. We preach and teach the Word of God in honest ways that connect with real life and real people. Like God’s love, we minister across the generations, rather than targeting just one. We believe that worship is something that we participate in rather than just watch.

Some of our older members dress in suits or dresses while some of the youth wear jeans. If you wear something "corporate casual" you'll fit right in. Who you are is more important that what you wear! Come as you are, we do!