Worship from God's Word

Worship by Prayer

You are invited to worship with us!

Who We Are

Oakbrook Community Church (PCA) has been established as a local body of the Church for the purpose of:


Reaching out to the lost and needy through word and deed, beginning in our local community and reaching around the world.


Nurturing one another through teaching, equipping one another for service and making disciples of all who come to know salvation through the saving grace of Jesus Christ.


Building the body of the Church of Jesus Christ through regular worship, prayer, fellowship and observing the sacraments.





Oakbrook Community Church, a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America, is Evangelical and Reformed.
By Evangelical, we mean that we emphasize the gospel (the good news of salvation) through faith in Jesus Christ.
By Reformed, we mean that we are connected to the teachings of the historic church and the doctrinal beliefs recovered by the Reformation. These doctrinal beliefs are expressed in the Westminster Confession of Faith with the Larger and Shorter Catechisms and are an excellent summary of the Bible’s teaching but they, like all human documents, are always subject to and subordinate to God’s Holy Scriptures.



What to Expect at Worship

We would welcome you to come and worship the Lord with us on Sundays.

You may come dressed as you feel comfortable (some get all dressed up, others simply wear jeans). What matters is that you come with a heart ready to come before God’s throne of grace to worship.

We use an eclectic blend (contemporary, traditional and psalms) of music in our worship. We read God’s Word, pray and hear His Holy Word preached.

We follow the regulative principle of worship.  In simpler words, that means that we use a Christ centered focus to guide our worship service so you will sing, confess your sins, be reminded of God’s gracious pardon through Christ, and hear God’s Word preached.
Classroom Hour……..9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour………11:00 a.m.
(Announcements & music start at 10:55 a.m. so come early!)

Heart Preparation Guide for Communion