Okemos Community Church Food Pantry is still in operation

In order to to meet the needs of our community The OCC Food Pantry is still in operation.

We serve residents in the 48864 Zip Code--proof of residency is established by showing a utility bill or lease agreement and providing a picture ID.

We are following the recommended safety protocols from the Greater Lansing Food Bank in distributing food and maintaining the proper social distancing.

Rather than come in person we ask that you first call us at 517-349-4220 to make an appointment one week in advance.

Important Message From Okemos Community Church

Okemos Community Church will be closed through April 13, effective immediately.


This means no in-person worship, no meetings, no bible or book studies, no outside groups using the building. We have been asked to do so by Bishop Bard of the Michigan United Methodist Church. It also aligns with requests and directives by the State of Michigan and CDC.

We want to help facilitate the lessening of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in our area. 

Pastor Rick plans to post a video online with a brief message on Sundays. Look for an email with the link, find it on our Facebook page, or web page. 

  • Sunday Message-March 29, 2020

    Click Here for a message of hope and encouragment from Pastor Rick Blunt of Okemos Community Church.

  • Lenten Bible Study and Sermon Series

    Classes cancelled through April 13, 2020

    Stay tuned for more information about the study.

    Echoes of Faith in Literature and Art

    Pastor Rick will be integrating scripture with Christian themes from Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables to explore how to better live our faith in a complicated world. 


  • 40Acts of Generosity

    Let’s Do Lent Differently and Generously!  

    Lent begins Wednesday, February 26th & this year at OCC we are aiming to do Lent differently. 40acts is a generosity challenge for Lent, founded in the United Kingdom. For the last 10 years, 40acts has asked a question: what if Lent could be about more than just giving stuff up? What if it could be a time of radical generosity as well as spiritual discipline? 

    Click Here for more information