White Oak Baptist Church
A family of faith and love with a commitment to making disciples, teaching disciples, and enabling disciples for life in Christ Jesus.
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About Our Church
White Oak Church was established May 26, 1889 in the White Oak Community in Wood County, TX. Much has changed over the years but the purpose of the church remains to be a community of Christ-followers who provide a place for all to find Christ's love. In 2014, White Oak Church began a renewed commitment to that purpose. Following a difficult time, the church had 7 actively attending when the renewal began. Now, the church is growing with baptisms and new members. The church is now debt free. Also, the Spanish Language congregation, Iglesia Principe de Paz, now meets in the chapel providing opportunities for continued growth not only for the English-speaking White Oak family but for more!
White Oak follows a simple church pattern that organizes teams to do ministry as needs are identified. When the need is met, the team members are freed to find other outlets for service. Every member is a minister to one another and to the people and needs in our community. The church is a respite for those who have burnt out or been hurt in their church life. Catch your breath with no demands other than receive the healing you need. It is also a great place to begin if church life is unfamiliar to you. And, if you are one with a great desire to be involved in ministry, this is a great place to exercise your gift.
The church supports mission endeavors locally and around the world through Rehoboth Baptist Association, Baptist General Convention of Texas, and others, including Blessed Hope Foundation, a school and home for children in Uganda. Click on any or all of the pages to learn more.
Opportunities for Prayer and Worship
Come Worship with Us!
Wednesday: 5:30 pm
Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.
Worship 11 a.m.
116 PR5922, Yantis, TX 75497, USA
"...for the training of the saints for the work of ministry, to build up the body of Christ, until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of God's Son, growing into a mature person with a stature measured by Christ's fullness."