OCC Sunday Sermon Video Link

Sunday, February 21, 2021--First Sunday in Lent

Click Here to view the Sunday message and musical selections for today's at-home worship experience. 

Observing Lent at OCC 2021

Click Here to view our special Lenten Newsletter highlighting all the opportunities for study, worship, generosity, growth, and fellowship during the season of Lent.

We invite you to participate in our 40 Acts of Local Generosity for Lent as a way to support our local businesses and non-profits. You can download and print your Genorosity Bingo card by clicking here

All the details and information on how to particpate are located on

page 2 of the Bingo card.

The Okemos Community Food Pantry is still in operation

In order to to meet the needs of our community, The Okemos Community 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. Office Hours are M-TH, 9am - 2pm. Please leave a voicemail to schedule an appointment if calling after hours.

The Pantry serves via scheduled appointments every Wednesday.

How can you help support Okemos Community Food Pantry?

*If you would like to help support the Food Pantry, please send monetary donations. Following the GLFB guidelines, we cannot accept donated non-perishable items during the COVID-19 crisis.

Please mail your donations to:

Okemos Community Church

P.O. Box 680

Okemos, Michigan 48805

Make your check out to Okemos Community Church and designate Food Pantry on the Memo Line. Thank You for your support!

If you know of someone who needs help, you can refer them to Okemos Community Food Pantry. 

Important Message From Okemos Community Church

Okemos Community Church will be closed effective immediately.


This means no in-person worship, no meetings, no bible or book studies, no outside groups using the building. 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.