We love you where you are and walk with you as you become who God wants you to be.
Intentional relational discipleship is helping people develop obedient intimate relationships with Jesus. In these relationships, Christ’s Spirit transforms their character into Christlikeness— changing new believers’ values into kingdom values, and involving them in His mission of investing in others in their homes, churches, and world.
The weekend worship experience is where we begin our week. But it is in weekly small groups where we truly find a place to belong. Life Groups provide a safe place for us to know and be known, love and be loved, serve and be served, and to celebrate our walk with Christ together! Here we find understanding and support, opportunities to learn more about God and ourselves, and relationships that sustain us.
Oak Hill was founded by Pastor DeWitt Mallory in 1929. Originally called the Jacksonville Gospel Tabernacle. The church changed its name in 1954 to Mallory Memorial Church of the Nazarene.
In early 1968, the church purchased seven acres of land at Old Middleburg, Gregory Drive and Fouraker. Construction began on the sancutary/educational facility, with 6,000 square feet of floor space.
Just prior to moving to the new location in May 1970, the congregation voted to change the name from Mallory Memorial Church of the Nazarene to Oak Hill Church of the Nazarene, thus identifying itself with the new community it would be serving.
"Saints from days past had a vision. A vision that they were willing to sacrifice to see happen. A vision to reach this community that surrounds Oak Hill."