We value your children and want to provide them with a safe and secure environment, so they can learn about Jesus. When you arrive at either congregation, look for a sign that says “Children’s Check-In”. At this station, we will register your children (including allergies/medical conditions) using our church’s online software program called Four Oaks Connect, provide you with a pickup tag, and then escort you and your children to their classes. Screened and trained volunteers will then care for your children and maintain strict adult-to-child ratios to help ensure their safety.
For more detailed information about children's ministry, click here.
Our heart is to come alongside families of special needs children and offer practical, loving services that would express the love of Christ in the day-to-day care of their children/adults. We recognize that these families are often not understood and feel alienated from church activities. We, in our own weakness, are trying to be more sensitive, available and loving in response to the growing needs of these families.
For more information, visit our G.E.M.S. page.
The main gathering point for Four Oaks Students is our Wednesday Night Worship Service, which meets every Wednesday night, 7:00-9:00pm, at the Killearn Congregation of Four Oaks Community Church. All students, 7th thru 12th grade, meet at 7:00pm in the main youth room for hang out time and worship. After worship, the students then break into two separate groups (High School Group led by Rob Pifer and 7th - 8th Grade Group led by Andrew Ferguson) for separate teaching and small group discussion/prayer. Both groups are then dismissed no later than 9:00pm.
For detailed information about Four Oaks Students, check out 4oaksstudents.com.
Our Men's Ministry seeks to complement our community groups by fulfilling three key functions in our church: in-depth study of the Scriptures, corporate events to foster community among men inside and outside the church, and hands-on projects to meet physical needs of our church and city.
Click here to see what's happening in Men's Ministry.
We desire to equip women as disciples of Christ, for their own spiritual maturation, for the betterment of the total ministry of the church, for the good of the marriages and families of the church, and for their life in the world. We desire to lead women to embrace the great assurance and hope of their identity in Jesus Christ, and to claim and enjoy satisfaction in him. We treasure Christ together through prayer, study and application of the Word, fellowship, and service to one another and our local community. We encourage the older women to be examples and teachers of the younger women. We are committed to raising up women who exemplify biblical womanhood to the glory of God, and who possess an insatiable longing to see the display of God’s glory in the local church.
For more information, visit our Women's Ministry page
Deuteronomy 31: 9-13 tells us that the Word of God was taught to the people of God so that they would "Hear and learn to fear the Lord your God." This means that the goal of learning more about God is that He would be worshipped and glorified, and that in being worshiped and glorified He would be delighted in, treasured, and savored above everything else. That is why we say that the goal of education is worship, or exultation. God is magnified when our minds meditate upon Him as He has revealed himself in His Word.
GLOBAL AND LOCAL OUTREACH
Four Oaks desires to see the gospel of Jesus Christ proclaimed in all the world through strategic partnerships. We assess, train, mobilize, and send workers into the field and leverage resources for the development of sustainable Christian churches, both in the US and around the world. Download the Gospel Partners brochure (pdf).
Four Oaks also desires to reach our community with the gospel, demonstrating the love of Christ in both word and deed. We provide church-sponsored service projects and establish strategic partnerships with local organizations and campus ministries, so that our church members can reach the lost and extend compassion and care to those in need. Contact Pastor Scott Stake for more information.