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BuildingBlocksThe Orange County Church of Christ invites you to join us after Easter as we examine a step by step guide to establishing a biblical foundation for our daily lives. Many people have a heart for God, but may not be familiar with His Word. So where do you start? For the next four weeks, we will try to provide you with the fundamental building blocks of the Christian Faith.
Seeking God and using the Bible as your standard.

  • Walking with Christ daily as a disciple
  • Dealing with sin and making actual change!
  • Entering into a covenant with Christ at baptism

We hope you join us and build on a solid foundation that will outlast all of life’s storms!


Sunday Mornings at 10:00am at 10 Goodyear, Irvine CA (Services in English, Spanish, and Korean)
Sunday Evenings at 5:00pm at 900 S Sunkist, Anaheim CA
Children’s Program Provided

Written by Kevin Mains on . Posted in Events


2015 EasterThis coming Sunday we will celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection is the most powerful single act in all of history. There have been many battles won and many inventions that have advanced mankind, however there has never been a victory that has had and will have so many far reaching eternal effects. The resurrection proved beyond any doubt that Jesus was God in the flesh. The resurrection was the ultimate victory of God over satan’s forces of evil. The resurrection opened the door for all of mankind to be able to conquer sin as we participate in Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection at baptism (Romans 6:4-7).

As disciples of Christ we walk around in victory no matter what we face, because we know that ultimately Christ has won the victory at His resurrection (2 Corinth 2:14). God has proven that He has all power over all evil. We can overcome any sin no matter how strong its hold may be in our lives because of Jesus’ victory at the resurrection . We can know that no matter how difficult our situation in life may be, Christ has the answer (John 16:33). We know that even when we face death, we have no reason to fear (1 Corith 15:55-56).

What an incredible gift God has given us as disciples so that we can be confident in this life as we face all of life’s difficulties and trials. What a powerful weapon God gives us as we face attacks from satan and his schemes. We don’t know what we will face this year. We don’t know how everything will work out in our lives. We also don’t know how to battle the spiritual forces of evil that wage against our souls. All of this is far beyond our realm and our abilities. However, we belong to a God that is more powerful than all we will face. We serve a God who has proven that he can defeat the most ferocious attacks of the evil one. Because of this we have a joy, a peace and a confidence that surpasses any logic that this world can comprehend. We are following a resurrected Lord.

Come celebrate this incredible victory with us this year by worshiping with us at one of our services.

7:00 a.m. – Sunrise Service, Salt Creek Beach – 33333 PCH , Dana Point, Ca, 92629
(Grassy Hill Area)

10:00 a.m. – Irvine , Ca – 10 Goodyear, Irvine, Ca, 92618 (Children’s Classes Provided)
Services in English, Spanish and Korean

10:00 a.m. – Fullerton , Ca – 800 N State College, Fullerton , Ca, 92831 (Children’s Classes Provided)
In the Pavilion of the Titan Student Union.

Written by Ryan Weekley on . Posted in Events, Reporting

MLK Service Report

MLK2015We would like to say a huge “thank you” to all of our volunteers for this year’s MLK Weekend of Service! We had over 350 volunteers at 9 different projects throughout the weekend for the Orange County Region, and our volunteers served for a total of over 800 hours in just 4 days! Our projects in Orange County were part of a much larger effort all around the Los Angeles area by the Southern California Chapter of HOPE Worldwide. Our OC Church of Christ is proud to be part of this amazing organization and we are grateful for the opportunity to serve those around us.

Our OC volunteers served in a variety of ways throughout the MLK Weekend of Service. Our projects for this year included the following: Mercy House, Love Community Outreach, Think Together – Book Doctors, Second Harvest Food Bank, Orange County Food Bank (CAPOC), a blood drive with the American Red Cross, and a project with South Junior High School in Anaheim.

We are very proud of our members for giving their time, energy and hearts to serve those who are less fortunate. God gives us the charge to look after “the least of these,” and we’re confident that our efforts during the Weekend of Service will help many individuals and families throughout our community. We also want to encourage everyone involved to keep it up! Continue to find ways to serve those in need through our church programs, Non-Profit projects, and by meeting simple needs you and your family notice from week to week. Thank you again for your hearts for the poor and willingness to serve, and we hope to see all of our volunteers again next year in 2016!

Written by Ryan Weekley on . Posted in Announcements

MLK Days of Service

“The King will reply, ‘I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.’” — Matthew 25:40

MLK2015Each year, thousands of volunteers around the country participate in a wide range of community service projects for HOPE Worldwide’s MLK Weekend of Service. Last year, our OC Church of Christ had over 340 volunteers participate in 9 service projects, and this year we hope to have even more volunteers join us for this amazing weekend!

We are currently searching for service projects from a number of individuals and organizations that will take place during MLK Weekend (January 16 – 19, 2015). To find out about available service projects visit our 2015 MLK page.

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New Years Eve!

Count down the New Year with your family. The AMEN ministry will be hosting a family friendly New Years eve party. It will be held at the Pacific Coast Community for the Arts facility in Mission Viejo

Activities include:

2014NYE2Door Raffle Prizes
NYE Photo Both
Snacks & Refreshments
Ball Room Dance Lessons
DJ Dancing
Game Rooms for kids and adults
Movie Room
Art & Wine Room
Midnight Prayer & NYE Count Down


$10 per family before Dec 24th
$20 per family after Dec 24th
$30 per family at the door New Year’s Eve

Click here to RSVP and pay for you tickets

The sooner you sign up the more you’ll save!

Location: 25732 Taladro Circle Mission Viejo Ca 92691

Any questions you can contact Mitch @ 949-354-3743 or moc.oidutsgnidrocergtmnull@hctim

Written by Marshall Mead on . Posted in Spiritual Growth

Covenant Relationships 3

This is the 3rd and final installment of the Covenant Relationships sermon series. In Part 1 we saw the need to recommit to one-another discipling relationships that call us higher in our walk with Christ and transform us into more than we could achieve on our own. In Part 2 we talked about the tools to work through conflict, to overcome hurt, and restore trust when relationships break down. Now let’s talk about the rewards of Covenant Relationships. When you commit to one another and make an emotional investment, you are then able to draw from the benefits of these genuine friendships within the body of Christ. Yes, the Bible calls us to one another relationships and that should be enough motivation for all who strive to live as Christians. However, when we begin to count the rewards we receive when we strive to build and maintain covenant relationships, we would be silly to try to tread down the narrow path without them. We are blessed to have friendships in Christ that make life rich and fulfilling.