Our Vision is that You Would: 

FIND YOUR PLACE
In this world we find people are busy, lonely, estranged from friends, family, and God. We want to let you know that you are not alone. At Blue Oaks we extend a warm and friendly atmosphere where you can belong, become, and believe.


GROW IN FAITH
We all have room to grow. Developing our faith plays a critical role in our everyday lives. No matter where you are in your faith journey, you’ll be encouraged and challenged to keep growing.


LIVE LIFE TRANSFORMED
We believe that being a Christian is not just about living a good life, but instead about living a transformed life. God has a special plan for each of our lives. We want to inspire you to become all that God is calling you to be. We want you to Live Life Transformed!

Our Foundational Beliefs Are:

  • Biblical We believe the Bible is at the core of who we are and leads us in what we do.
  • Devotional We believe that Jesus brings us new life. A clean slate. A fresh start. Daily.
  • Connectional We believe life’s journey is best lived in relationships that are moving towards God together.
  • Missional We believe the church has a responsibility beyond its walls to extend works of Compassion, Mercy and Justice to all.

What's the story behind the church name?

  1. Fact One: A Blue Oak is an actual tree. The tree grows to average heights of 30 feet, yet its roots can grow through cracks in rocks to depths of 80 feet to reach ground water. Its root system allows it to survive in fire prone and arid regions where other trees perish.
  2. Fact Two: We want to develop disciples, whose spiritual lives and journeys are representative of this kind of tree, having depth, strength and vibrancy. “He will be like a tree firmly planted by the streams of living water, which yields fruit in its season and its leaf does not wither, and in whatever he does he prospers.” Psalm 1:3
  3. Fact Three: We really like the name Blue Oaks Church and think the concept of the church name is brilliant…Yes, we did say brilliant! “They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord, for the display of His splendor. They will rebuild the ancient ruins and restore the places long devastated; they will renew ruined cities that have been devastated for generations.” Isaiah 61:3b-4